Saturday, January 12, 2013

China Glaze New Bohemians & Nailz Craze NC 01

Hey beauties! Today I have a beautiful butterfly wing mani that I will be entering into Nailz Craze stamping contest. I used the same method to do my base as I did in my pastel mani. In case you missed it, I used Miss Jen Fabulous's tutorial here. I started off with a base of China Glaze Rare & Radiant and made the blobs using China Glaze: Unpredictable, Want My Bawdy, Deviantly Daring, and No Plain Jane. I stamped using NC 01 in Konad Black. I added dots using white acrylic paint. Clean up was a pain, but I'm so happy with the result!





20 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love the different colors! :)

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  2. This is beautiful! I love the colors you chose.

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  3. This is stunning, I love the effect of the polishes you used.

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  4. This mani is Stunning! I keep coming back to look at it. So very beautiful.

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  5. This is outstanding!!!! So far the best butterfly mani I've seen!!

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  6. This is so beautiful, I love the metallic marble effect x

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  7. I saw these in Instagram, as well, but must say it here too that these are just stunning!

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  8. This is absolutely stunning. The best buttefly wing manicure I have seen. I am lemming after all three plates from NC so will make sure they are at the top of my birthday wishlist :) xx

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  9. This is fab - I had no idea anyone had a stamp for butterfly mani!

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  10. I would love to follow you - you need to add email as an option for your follows - and maybe Bloglovin...I never get to my Google Dashboard ever! The email widget is a cinch to add.

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  11. Wich sight can I buy these plates..

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  12. I would have sworn that this was stamped over foils because the middle finger has a wrinkle. =/

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    1. Not sure if you're asking me or implying that I used foils, but I didn't. You can see a list of all the colors I used and blended using the saran wrap method. Believe it or not this is the end result. Give it a try yourself if you don't believe me.

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