Thursday 22 May 2014

Pixie dust to the max

So I got a little carried away and tried to see how much pixie dust I could fit on one nail... turns out, you can paint your ENTIRE NAIL in pixie dust. Obviously. But still.

I made these fuzzy babies using chevron nail vinyls. Basically I slapped on alternating chevron rows, removed the tape, then filled in the missing chevrons with a different pixie dust colour. That was a terrible explanation but I'm pretty much expecting that a) no one is reading this, and that b) if you are, you are super bored, or c) if a and b are false, then you probably don't really care to know the deets on how to execute this mani anyway.

BUT since you are still reading, I have a secret to tell you. This mani was actually done a month ago, but it's been sitting in my 'to post' folder along with several other unposted mani's that I did in a few whirlwind weekends. The truth is my more recent material is being pushed back a couple weeks because I have a special surprise.... and I need to pump out all my old stuff first before revealing that special surprise... mu ha ha ha. The truth will come out in a couple of posts. Now you at least know that I have a secret?

Polishes used:
- Zoya Pixie Dust 'London' (grey textured glitter)
- Zoya Pixie Dust 'Carter' (bright purple textured glitter)
- Zoya Pixie Dust 'Dahlia' (black textured glitter)
- Zoya Pixie Dust 'Chita' (green textured glitter)

1 comment:

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