Most of the manis I've done in the last two weeks or so have involved lots and lots of coats of nail polish and Seche Vite. I enjoyed doing them very much but they took a long time to create and the layers started to peel from how thick they were together. I decided to create something a little simpler and quicker for today's manicure.
What's the best way to create nail art with lots of colour but none of the thickness or the effort? A dry marble skittle manicure!
Index finger: Two coats of Essie in Penny Talk
Pinky: CoverGirl Outlast in Everbloom
Middle and ring fingers: The two polishes above and CoverGirl in Mint Mojito on a Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear in White On base. I created the dry marble using this technique. The marble was really shiny without top coat but it was really uneven, so I topped all off with a coat of Seche Vite.
Yeah, I know, my clean up was shocking but the detail of the contrasting green and rose gold looks really good, doesn't it?
I think I met my goal of creating a simple mani even though it wasn't that well executed. I may need to change my clean up brush and be a little more patient when it comes to removing little bits of polish stuck in the cuticles.
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Till next time,