17 June 2014

June Tri Polish Challenge: Turquoise, Coral and Nude.

Provided for review*

Hi everyone. I hope you're all having a good day. I am having a very unproductive day today lol.

I have this week's Tri Polish Challenge post to show you today. I did kind of cheat a bit.. I think my turquoise is more of a green (especially in it's warm state) but I'm sure you can forgive me this once. I did struggle with inspiration for this again, I have been having that problem a lot lately with this challenge! So in the end I decided to play with the Nail Stickrs I was sent again.


Read on after the jump for more.


This time I used the stripe nail stickers, these come in a block with wider and narrower strips so you can mix up the spaces between each stripe if you like, which I thought was really cool. 


I used a base of Fancy Gloss - Emerald City which is a green thermal polish. Like I said it's not really turquoise but I really wanted to use it so I did it anyway, because I'm such a rebel ;). 


I then applied a block of nail stickrs to each nail and removed the thinner strips. I painted over this with Sally Hansen - Without A Stitch and removed the nail stickrs which left me with thin stripes of the nude and larger blocks of the green. 


Finally I added my dots in diagonally with Nicole by OPI - Strike A Pose.


I really like this design, but I kinda wish I could have used different colours. I think I jinxed it when I said I was finding this month easier a few weeks ago ;). Oh well only one more to go!

Again, I was really impressed with the nail stickrs, I did a full review and tutorial using some of the stickers I was sent here if you want to find out more about them. They can be purchased here. I have a feeling you might be seeing a few more Nail Stickr manicures in the future :).

Let me know your thoughts on this design.

Thanks for looking.

*This post contains press samples provided in exchange for my honest review.


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  2. This turned out lovely. Vaguely Christmasy but lovely! :D

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