Friday, April 26, 2013

Different Shades of Blue Autism Awareness Challenge Day 9 – Blue Plastic Wrap

Nail Art Challenge



Yes! On the final day of this challenge I got to try a new (to me) technique!
Plastic wrap or Saran wrap is meant to give you a beautiful effortless polished marble effect :)

And this is how my mani started off, a good start if I  may add :)






Isn't it a beautiful effect?
And to think all you have to do is dab a bunched up like a ball bit of saran wrap in a blob of polish and press freely on your nail - LOVE IT! :)




I did these over one coat of white (Purple Professional No.32)
and using three different blue polishes from Coral: No.406, No.101 and No.414.


I loved it to bits but sometimes I can't just leave a fine manicure be ;)
So... I added a few things:



Whooooooo - somebody didn't hold their horses!
Hahaha! I went crazy with my black and white stripers :)
I don't know whether I like it or not, haven't decided yet, but it's definitely different from the way it started! ;)





This is what's so amazing about nail art - to think you start with a discreet, clean, elegant mani and you end up with something crazy and vibrant and totally eye-catching!





Oh, how I love nail art! :)




What do you think? A bit too much?
Oh yes, btw please excuse the yellowish skin tone - these were taken as the sun was going down and you know what that lightning does to you (even more when you're my skin tone haha)

Anyway, comment away down below - I want to know how you feel about this one and what your feelings are about nail art. Do you ever get carried away? ;)

Don't forget to check the other ladie's manis and...
Happy Friday!!!!! <3


Hugs & Kissies,
Mina *



Carmina from Cubbiful


Cordia from Seriously Swatched



Jessica from Nail Polish Anonymous


Kelly from Peace Love Lacquer

Laura from Little Laura Loves

Nicole from Dipped in Lacquer

Paulina from Paulina’s Passions

Rachael from Rachos Nail Love

Roxana from Beautylicious





17 comments:

  1. I really like it! Very art deco.

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    1. Thank you - that's a great compliment! :D

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  2. Oh this is gorgeous! lovely ending to a challenge <3

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    1. Thank youuuu - I can't help saying I was indeed excited about this one and am glad it came out nice! :D

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    2. Yes, this technique appeals to me as well :) Will try it once again in the future :)

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    1. Thank you so much maRyya! I'm so happy you liked this one :D

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  4. I really like both versions, the first one is so pretty, simple and elegant! And then the second is just... striking! It ended up looking really cool :)

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    1. You're a darling! Loved your sweet comment - thank you very much! **

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  5. Super pretty! I love it plain and with the zig zags!

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    1. Thank you so much Tiana! :)
      So glad you liked both versions **

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    1. Awwwwww - thank so much, Danny **

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  7. This so awesome...soft cloud-like technique. And then a tribal POP on top is fabulous! Love it!

    *hugs*
    JessOneMore.blogspot.com

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    1. Yey! :)
      Thank you for your sweet comment - it was fun making these **

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  8. Love it!! really must try saran mani, it looks so beautiful x

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    1. Thank you darling! I loved the effect and the simplicity to achieve it! Can't wait to see what amazing design you'll do when trying it! :)

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