Wednesday, March 22, 2017

A Year In Color: Green Nail Art

For today's installment of A Year In Color, I'm showing you how I achieved a really fun neon and textured mani.
I started with a base of China Glaze Grass Is Lime Greener.



I then decided to try a new technique for nail vinyls.  Instead of putting them directly on my nail, I made them on my Born Pretty Store mat.  After I created the design using my What's Up Nails nail vinyls and Zoya Cece, I topped it with a Wet n Wild clear nail polish.  I'm really impatient, so I topped that with my quick dry top coat.


After about 45 minutes, I transferred them on my nail and cleaned it up.



I usually have a tough time getting nail vinyls to give me a crisp, clean look because my C curve is so curvy.  This technique gave me the ability to achieve the look I wanted.


Have you tried this technique before?  Let me know in the comments!



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8 comments:

  1. Very clever way to make the vinyls work!

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  2. I've seen this done with viynls before but not tried it myself. Looks so much easier and gorgeous mani x

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  3. I tried this technique once but the polish kept pulling up with the vinyls. Probably have to work pretty quick I'm guessing. Love your mani though!

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  4. I really need to try that technique with vinyls now. I have a rough relationship with them right now.

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  5. This is how I've been using vinyls lately because I use a peel off bc, so putting it on my nails, it peels everything right off, haha.

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  6. This is a perfect technique for me because no matter what, I always pull off my base with vinyls

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  7. Such a sweet final look, I love it!

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