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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Brokenhearted Nail Art





















This is 3 coats of Zoya Lolly (review coming) with freehand hearts in ChG Black Mesh and Lightning Bolt.  It's pretty easy to freehand with the crackles, but you have to make sure you have just the right amount on your brush, as you really only have one shot (the black heart on ring finger is weird because I tried it twice).

Picture was flipped so you can see detail.  Also, I know my cuticles are a little rough.  I've been using acetone during swatching and it kills my cuticles.  I try to use my Kaylala cuticle creme between swatches, but sometimes it's not enough (as you can see on my middle finger).

Lolly was sent to me for review.  Lightning Bolt was sent to me for review.  Black Mesh was purchased by me.

9 comments:

Anna Elizabeth said...

Thats a really good idea! I've never seen anyone use the crackle polishes for nail art purposes, it looks super neat.

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Prettyfulz said...

omggg i LOVE this!!! Sooo cute! I was wondering if you could use crackle polish for stamping or anything else- and i love this idea you came up with! I might have to try this soon- or see what happens when I mix black mesh with konad<3

Definitely Addicted said...

That's a really good idea. It looks great!

chell said...

it's cute!!!! very creative!!

technopathetic said...

This is so cute :D

Yasmin said...

What a cute idea!! I never thought of using crackle polish for nail art!

Jenny and Kaylie said...

This is such a clever idea! I think i'm going to try this soon.
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NailNewbie said...

Looks amazing! I'm going to try :)

Sabrina said...

totally cute!!

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