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Thursday, December 8, 2011

China Glaze - Holly-Day

APPLICATION | APLICACIÓN:
Smooth ** Suave
COATS | CAPAS:
2
TOPCOAT? |CAPA FINAL?:
See photos ** Mira las photos
SOURCE | ORIGEN:
Local nail supply store. **Una tienda local de artículos de uñas

COMMENTS | COMENTARIOS:
Ah, how I love the color green! This manicure was a simple one. 2 coats of the base color, then sponged with a mixture of the same color and white - gorgeous!
This reminds me of a TV show I used to watch when I was little called "The Big Blue Marble" and the earth was depicted as a marble with this pattern, but in blue. Anyone else know of that show?
**  Ah, cómo me gusta el color verde! Esta manicura era simple. 2 capas de color base, y luego esponjado con una mezcla del mismo color y blanco - una preciosidad!
Esto me recuerda a un programa de televisión que solía ver cuando me llamaron poco "La Gran Canica Azul" y la tierra era representado como un mármol con este patrón, pero en azul. ¿Alguien más sabe de ese programa?


2 coats, no topcoat
** 2 capas, sin capa final
 

With topcoat:
** Con capa final:



26 comments:

  1. This is beyond gorgeous! As are your nails. That green is drool worthy!

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  2. it looks like a green marble table or something. i like.

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  3. So beautiful! Looks like marble! I love how the white soaked up the green in this case (usually it drives me nuts)!

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  4. So beautiful! It reminds me of a sprinkling of snow on pine tree branches!

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  5. Wooow. You never disappoint. Beautiful!

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  6. I love it! Super gorgeous!!!!!

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  7. This is gorgeous, and very creative to mix the colors when sponging like that!

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  8. Wow, is this gorgeous! I love what you did with it. I just used this as a base and did a gold glitter gradient with it, I love Holly-Day.

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  9. Great look! Got the same shade of green on right now.. x

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  10. Me encanto!!! si o si lo pruebo!!!

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  11. Your nails are so beautiful and immaculate all of the time! I hope I can work up to that level of polishing skill some day!

    http://thewoollenmitten.blogspot.com/

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  12. This is gorgeous, what kind of sponge do you use for this, it looks pretty open. When you say you used a mixture of the green and white do you mean that you mixed the green and white together first or just sponged on each together individually? I really love this and am totally going to copy this look.

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  13. That green on it's own is really pretty. Then add the sponging? WIN!! This is so simple but so pretty.

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  14. Thanks for your wonderful comments!
    @Anita: I used a regular kitchen sponge (or maybe it was a sponge mop refill?) - either way, a rather large sponge that I just cut a piece off of for use. The white and green were mixed together on a piece of foil and then sponged from there. I did put some bits of the green over a few sections where I felt it had gone too light though - you can see that close to the tips in some places. Yes, try it! I want to do this in every color! With my short attention span though, I don't know if I will, lol!

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  15. I have this green and it is so beautiful!! I really need to try sponging-have yet to try that!

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  16. This looks so cool! what an awesome pattern you created! i've also passed the VERSATiLE BLOG AWARD on to you!

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  17. Wow! This idea is simple but stunning, thank you for this inspiration! <3

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