Monday 10 February 2014

The 'looping effect' mani

Here is one look at a mani design I've found myself frequently doing over the years in part for its easily accomplishable look and in part for its effortless yet visually interesting end result. In some ways its execution and lasting impression reminds me of the nailasaurus' waterfall mani, but the design is distinctly different. The base design is the same as the lotus flower, but the latter has an extra few loop swipes here and there. Essentially either look is founded with three 'loops' on each finger (or four on the thumb).

This marks the inaugural post of the 'looping effect' mani! This particular one was originally done and photographed in October of 2012. 

What do you guys think? Is the looping effect mani as easily achievable yet as tastefully distinct and visually pleasing as I'm saying it is? Follow me on instagram @simplynailogical to fill me in on your thoughts!

Polishes used:
- Nails inc. 'kensington' (dark green)
- Nails inc. 'the wyndham' (green flakie)
- Essie 'Blanc'
- Art Deco skinny striper polishes in white and black

1 comment:

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