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Sunday, March 18, 2012

China Glaze - Brownstone, China Glaze - Sacred Heart

APPLICATION | APLICACIÓN:
Smooth ** Suave
COATS | CAPAS:
2
TOPCOAT? |CAPA FINAL?:
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SOURCE | ORIGEN:
Sally Beauty Supply,  local beauty supply

COMMENTS | COMENTARIOS:

I wasn't sure what to wear next, and sweet Jossie suggested a few brands to me. I decided to wear a China Glaze, but wanted to wear something old with something new and ended up with this combination.
This manicure changed a few times in the next  several days. First it was stamped, then made matte, then tinted, then made satin-matte.
I like the final look the most!

**  No estaba segura de qué ponerse siguiente, y la dulcita Jossie sugirió unas pocas marcas para mí. Decidí usar un esmalte de China Glaze, pero quería llevar algo viejo con algo nuevo y terminó con esta combinación.
Esta manicura cambiado unas cuantas veces en los próximos días. En primer lugar, fue estampada, luego se mate, a continuación, tintada, y luego hizo satinada mate.
Me gusta el final parezca más!




With (** Con) topcoat:





22 comments:

  1. Wow! This is a really interesting effect, almost like terracotta. I love it!

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  2. The tint is really cool! What a great mani! I love it :)

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  3. Cool! I liked it best with the white :)

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  4. Me encanta las combinaciones que le haces a una misma manicura.

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  5. wow! what did you use to "tint" your mani! it looks amazing!

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  6. Those are all very cool! Last one looking like a hot design used for wallpaper.. :-D

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  7. wow this is so pretty. serious art <3

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  8. Oh, WOW! That was a lot of playing around! I like the final version the best though...orange-y matte/satin. Lovely all the way around, though!!

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  9. This is fantastic! It looks like something I would want hanging up in my home. Lol!

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  10. Wow...(no other words needed!)

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  11. They look really pretty. I love the swirls!

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  12. Love it! What stamp did you use? I need to learn to sponge!

    Melissa

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    1. Hi Melissa,
      I didn't realize I forgot to mention the plate! It was Magnonails XL plate K. Sponging is easy, go for it! Just use a napkin or piece of paper or foil to get rid of excess polish before tapping the color from the sponge onto the nail.

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  13. Woow, It's so pretty!! I loved te top coat!!!

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  14. You are so creative--the way you use those tints. I saw them and skipped right over them :)

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