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Week #3

WHAT WE USED:

L-R:

Seche Vite – Dry Fast Top Coat

Rimmel – Nail Tip Whitener

Rimmel – I ❤ Lasting Finish (280 Sunshine)

Beauty UK, Glam Nails – (52 Jade)

Purple ‘Nail Star’ striping brish & pen (eBay)

Glitter (Art shop)

Step #1

Step #2

Wait for the white to dry completely before painting two layers of the Jade (so the glitter only sticks to the wet colour)

Step #3

One finger at a time, and as soon as you can after painting in the tips, sprinkle the glitter. If you don’t want too much glitter – like here – sprinkle from a greater height. If they white is totally dry, the glitter shouldn’t stick.

Step #3

Step #4

This last step shows the purple lines, and the top coat (remember, the more Seche Vite, the better. It dries very fast so don’t worry too much about layering it on. It can be quite hard to drag over the glitter without a good few drops).

9/10

Again, a ‘colourway’ that looked pretty fly in the bottles just doesn’t look the same when painted out, and in different amounts. There’s something of the gaudy bathroom tile about that Jade colour, but then the yellow messes it all up.

Still, I like the V-shaped tips with the regular-shaped half moon. Muy bien.


Nail Fail #1

You’d have thought that with a budget about 10,000,000 x the size of Best City Nails’, she’d be able to cook up a look at LEAST as good as ours.

Nope. Proudly-pouting Miley does not impress us with these plain black, stubby eyesores.

Perhaps she had ferocious talons, fit for a queen, but they got chipped and broken during THE CLIMB – hahahahahahah.

Oh well. Pro nails are probs not the best thing for herding cattle and playing geetar.

...SHE'S JUST BEING MILEY

2/10

A mark for the fact the’re painted, a mark for the fact they’re not chipped.

The generosity goes no further.


Week #2

AMAZING!

 

Here’s just a little something I whipped up, y’know.

The main colour is Rimmel’s 60 Seconds, in ‘Blue My Mind’ – delightful.

The second coat of this was liberally sprinkled with silver glitter of the coarse kind you can buy in an art shop, and sealed in with a top coat.

As you can tell in the main picture, there are two dividing lines – one hot pink and one glittery purple. This look would have worked better without the purple line because it is too close to the main colour, so it just looks like there’s a gap between the pink and the tips.

It spoils the strength of the look.

Zebra tips, always a favourite.

8/10

– losing out on full marks because of the purple stripe fiasco. So near, yet so far.

PRAISE!