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Rainbow Nails for Day 9 of the 31 Day Challenge

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I had some trouble deciding what to do for today’s prompt. I’ve done rainbow gradients before, so I wanted to try something different. The first idea I had didn’t work out at all but I am actually glad because I love the result of my next idea: (more…)

31 Day Challenge 2014 Day 1 – Red Rubies

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As I mentioned in my 1 year of blogging post, I am taking part in the 31 Day Challenge this month. This challenge was created years ago – nobody seems to be sure where it originated – and has been done my many nail artists since to work on nail art skills in a really fun way! What’s even more fun is that a lot of nail bloggers choose to do this challenge in September, so you can see all of the different looks everyone comes up with for the same themes. (more…)

Tri Polish Challenge: 80s nails

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It’s Tuesday and that means it’s time for another tri-polish challenge post. This month’s colours are red, yellow, and blue. So far this month I’ve doneĀ cute octopus nails and some fun dots and swirls. Today, I decided to go neon! (more…)

August Tri-Polish Challenge: Octopus nails

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This month I am taking part in the Crumpet’s Nail Tarts Tri-Polish Challenge once again. This month’s colours are red, blue, and yellow. At first I had trouble coming up with good ideas for these colours (and I still need a couple more ideas!) but then I saw these adorable nails done by Wondrously Polished and I got inspired! (more…)

May Tri-Polish Challenge Part 1: Leadlight Stamping

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This month, the colours for the Tri-polish challenge are red, green and purple. I decided it was a good opportunity to finally try out a technique I’ve been seeing a lot of lately: leadlight stamping.

As far as I know, this technique was pioneered by Messy Mansion, who even brought out a whole range of polishes especially for it. The idea is that you stamp over a light background, then fill in the image with very sheer jelly polishes so that you can still see the stamping through them. (more…)