Tonight I'm so happy to be part of Picture Polish Collab-Fest 2013, which is a little end of year celebration for all the Picture Polish collaborators to revisit their collaboration shade and remind everyone about them, all on the same day.
I was lucky enough to be one of the first two bloggers to work with Picture Polish to create a collaboration shade back in July 2012. Since that time, there have been more than 30 amazing unique polishes designed with a vast range of bloggers and network members around the world. I'm really looking forward to seeing them all over again today.
One thing I especially love about my shade is seeing it appearing on nails all over the world, and I have to say that every mani I've seen wearing it is spectacular!!
Without further adieu, let look at some new swatches of Kryptonite.
Like a lot of nail polish lovers, this year I've also been excited to create nail polish Christmas baubles. I only made four of them, including this one made with Kryptonite! It looks so sparkly and amazing and makes the perfect nail prop.
There is something so magical about a glowing sphere of colour, it looks less like a Christmas bauble and more like something out of a Harry Potter movie.
Another thing I can say about my shade is that it is the perfect polish for Christmas nail art. I created two Christmas nail art looks featuring Kryptonite and other Picture Polish shades. This first one is a Nailasaurus inspired waterfall design.
The base is Picture Polish Beige and the waterfall is in kryptonite, o'hara and gold finger. You can also see that I created a red bauble using Ozotic 621, I used that cause I have two bottles and I also think that Ozotic 621 is the perfect matching red shade to kryptonite (although PP o'hara is a close second)
My second nail art look is more abstract. The design is inspired by a pastel one done by Acetone and Old Lacquer back in 2011. The base is Picture Polish Majesty, I then taped off a curved diagonal using a french tip guide. I used kryptonite and o'hara for the two sections and then used a dotting tool in the opposite colours.
I'd love to know how many of you have a bottle of Kyrptonite, and have you used it for Christmas nail art yet?
Also, please check out all the other Picture Polish Collaborators taking part in Collab-Fest 2013 below.