Tuesday, June 4, 2013

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Guest Blogger - Jasmine from Nailed By Jasmine

Where am I? - somewhere at sea in the coral sea off Northern Australia, starting the journey home to Sydney.

Guest blogger #10 is Jasmine from Nailed By Jasmine. She is sharing a recent NOTD she created with some free hand nail art and indie polishes.  Jasmine, over to you.

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Hello lovely readers of More Nail Polish! I'm Jasmine from Nailed By Jasmine and I'm so honored to be guest posting here today. When I was thinking about what I could show you, I kind of stressed a little lol. This is because Cathy produces amazing blog posts, which are informative and creative so I've given this manicure my best shot!

Today I'm showing you my recent NOTD, I got this idea from a photo (clicky here) that I found on Pinterest. I wanted use an Indie polish as my base to spice it up a bit from the original version. This is what I whipped up. I kind of have a love/hate relationship with the nail art that I produce because I used to only wear plain polish, so when I look at my nails now, sometimes I say 'Wow that's crazy!' and that's what I'm feeling now.



Moving on to the polishes that I used. For my base, I used three coats of Jindie Nails Snow Angels. Snow Angels is absolutely gorgeous but I found the polish to be a little thick for my liking so I'll add some thinner next time around. I should have taken a photo with Snow Angels on it's own but I was too keen to start the nail art >.< For the flowers I used OPI My Boyfriend Scales The Walls and white acrylic paint. For the outlining of the flower I used Sally Hansen Celeb City. The rhinestones and beads can be purchased on Ebay for a couple dollars.

 
Let me know what you think of this look in the comments below, I'd love to hear your feedback :)


5 comments:

  1. Really love this nail art :) The flowers and rhinestones look quite delicate, but the glitter as the base makes it look very different overall.

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  2. I really like this look and love that you used an indie as a base!

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  3. I really like how you floated the flowers over your nails like they were in water! :)

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  4. they look like they're floating on water, the polish you use as the base is beautiful!

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