Sunday, 9 June 2013

Textured Leopard Print Nail Art feat. OPI Bond Girls Liquid Sand collection polishes

Hello lovelies,

I feel like I haven't done a leopard print in ages so here's one using OPI Bond Girls Liquid Sand collection polishes. The shades I've used are Honey Ryder, Jinx and Vesper.

I've done the same way as any other leopard print using a dotting tool.

Lucy's Stash - Textured Leopard Print Nail Art feat. OPI Bond Girls Liquid Sand collection polishes
Lucy's Stash - Textured Leopard Print Nail Art feat. OPI Bond Girls Liquid Sand collection polishes
Lucy's Stash - Textured Leopard Print Nail Art feat. OPI Bond Girls Liquid Sand collection polishes


21 comments:

  1. Awesome!! I never thought of using liquid sand this way. Perfectly perfect!

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  2. wow this is very nice and different, love the sand effect.

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  3. Wow, you did an amazing job! Love your nails!! The texture makes them look even better in my opinion!
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  4. This looks so good, love the colours together!! Such a great idea!! :)

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  5. The sand texture lets look this more furry :D Great idea!

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  6. i love this design, i will like ot know how you set up the follow bagets on this page?

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  7. Fun leopard print! The texture makes it really different :)

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  8. I really like the effect of this, very different :)

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  9. This caught my eye on Pinterest earlier. It could actually sway me towards textured polishes.

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  10. This is so pretty! I'm definitely going to do a leopard print design over my OPI textured nail polish. Thanks for the inspiration <3 xx

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  11. Gorgeous! The textured polishes make it look like it's furry!

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  12. This is so cool, would never have thought of doing art over textured polishes! I'm now really tempted to make extra purchases, did you not find it harder to do than on a smooth nail?!

    Emmy x

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  13. Gorgeous!!!
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  14. This looks great - the texture works so well with the leopard print. I sort of want to stroke it, lol!

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