I have a soft spot for these patterns. Tribal print manis were an early favourite of mine when I started to get into nail art and I haven’t done one in what seems like forever! My original intention was to keep it a simple two colour pattern, but I added Inglot 204 to Riveting because I just can’t help myself with that combination and it ended up being quite blingy with the flakies and the sparkle and the blue pattern on the top!
China Glaze Kinetic Candy, Topshop AWOL, Essie Coral Reef
Guys, water marbles are hard! I usually avoid them at all costs. They’re messy, only seem to work half the time and usually end up with me angrily painting my nails just one plain colour.
But, they are day 20 of the challenge, and though I may be taking my sweet time working through the 31 day challenge, I fully intend of completing it. So… this is my water marble. The thought of doing more than four nails scared me, so I complemented them with some spots and stripes!
Does anyone actually like doing water marbling I love the look of it, but the effort and failure rate (well, my high failure rate) is normally enough to send me running! Does anyone have any tips?
China Glaze Riveting, Inglot 204, Topshop AWOL
Topshop AWOL, OPI Don’t Touch My Tutu
Topshop finally opened in Sydney a few weeks ago (woo!), and it was with great restraint that I only purchased one nail polish on my first visit there. I have oodles of blue nail polishes, but absolutely nothing like AWOL. I couldn’t resist it. It’s just so bright and friendly and blue!