Posted 1 year ago / 992 notes / Via: chalkboardnails

chalkboardnails:

31DC2013 Day 07: Black and White Smoke Nail Art
Duri Into the FurtherMilani White On the Spot

chalkboardnails:

31DC2013 Day 07: Black and White Smoke Nail Art

Duri Into the Further
Milani White On the Spot

Posted 1 year ago / 143 notes / Via: nailpornography

thenailpolishchallenge:

Essie water marble! Check it out on the blog here.

Posted 1 year ago / 93 notes / Via: ninails

ninails:

M&M’s nail art

ninails:

M&M’s nail art

Posted 1 year ago / 362 notes / Via: lovethenails

danicaj:

Day 2 of #31DC2013: Orange
Yellow-Peach-Coral gradient combined to make these gorg butterfly wings!

danicaj:

Day 2 of #31DC2013: Orange

Yellow-Peach-Coral gradient combined to make these gorg butterfly wings!

(Source: danicaj)

Posted 1 year ago / 200 notes / Via: lovethenails

spellboundnails:

The Best Kind of Potatoes

Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head are truly the best kind of potatoes. :)

http://spellboundnails.blogspot.com/2012/10/the-best-kind-of-potatoes.html

Posted 1 year ago / 3,898 notes / Via: prettyandfit

Posted 1 year ago / 258 notes / Via: nailpolishrocks

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Posted 1 year ago / 36 notes / Via: nailpornography

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Posted 1 year ago / 157 notes / Via: dramaqueennails

dramaqueennails:

Never. want. to. take. these. off!! The glitter is CG Tinsel Town. So sparkly :)

dramaqueennails:

Never. want. to. take. these. off!! The glitter is CG Tinsel Town. So sparkly :)

Posted 1 year ago / 374 notes / Via: nailpolishrocks

mindsofbilly:

Polishes: Teal, mint green, sky blue, black, and a clear top coat.Other stuff: A dish of room temperature water, gold powered pigment, hair spray in a pump bottle (no aerosol), cotton swabs, tape, makeup sponge, acetone1. Paint nails a suitable shade of teal. You want good coverage so you may need more than one coat. Allow to dry.2. Using a makeup sponge, lightly sponge on other shades similar to your base color to add some variation. Turquoise is rather irregular so flat color won’t look as realistic. Again, allow to dry.3. Apply a clear coat. While it is still wet sprinkle gold powered pigment onto your nails. You can also use loose eyeshadow for this. Allow to dry before rinsing your nails under cool running water to remove the excess pigment. Let your hands dry.4. Tape off the skin around your nails, we’re going to be water marbling! Seriously. Do this. You’ll save yourself a lot of time with the cleanup. 5. Drop one drip of your black polish onto the surface of your water and allow it to spread a bit. Squirt the polish with about two pumps of hairspray at a distance of about two inches. It should break apart into little web like patterns and veins. This is what you want. 6. Dip your fingers into your now spotty, veiny floating polish. Gather up the excess with a cotton swab before removing your fingers from the water. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until all your fingers are done.7. Clean up!Trouble shooting:1. If your polish isn’t floating and spreading on the surface of the water there are a few possible reasons why. First of all, the polish might be old. Secondly, the water may not be room temperature. Third, and often overlooked, you may have hard water. If you suspect this to be the case, use distilled water. 2. The hairspray may mess with the surface tension of your water, making it difficult for your polish to spread properly. If this happens, dip a cotton swab into your water near to where the polish is floating. It should result in the polish spreading out a bit and allowing you to continue.3. Don’t sponge wet nails. You risk taking up some of your base color and you’ll have a mess. If you want to do a second application with the sponge, allow the first to dry.

mindsofbilly:

Polishes: Teal, mint green, sky blue, black, and a clear top coat.
Other stuff: A dish of room temperature water, gold powered pigment, hair spray in a pump bottle (no aerosol), cotton swabs, tape, makeup sponge, acetone

1. Paint nails a suitable shade of teal. You want good coverage so you may need more than one coat. Allow to dry.

2. Using a makeup sponge, lightly sponge on other shades similar to your base color to add some variation. Turquoise is rather irregular so flat color won’t look as realistic. Again, allow to dry.

3. Apply a clear coat. While it is still wet sprinkle gold powered pigment onto your nails. You can also use loose eyeshadow for this. Allow to dry before rinsing your nails under cool running water to remove the excess pigment. Let your hands dry.

4. Tape off the skin around your nails, we’re going to be water marbling! Seriously. Do this. You’ll save yourself a lot of time with the cleanup. 

5. Drop one drip of your black polish onto the surface of your water and allow it to spread a bit. Squirt the polish with about two pumps of hairspray at a distance of about two inches. It should break apart into little web like patterns and veins. This is what you want. 

6. Dip your fingers into your now spotty, veiny floating polish. Gather up the excess with a cotton swab before removing your fingers from the water. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until all your fingers are done.

7. Clean up!



Trouble shooting:

1. If your polish isn’t floating and spreading on the surface of the water there are a few possible reasons why. First of all, the polish might be old. Secondly, the water may not be room temperature. Third, and often overlooked, you may have hard water. If you suspect this to be the case, use distilled water. 

2. The hairspray may mess with the surface tension of your water, making it difficult for your polish to spread properly. If this happens, dip a cotton swab into your water near to where the polish is floating. It should result in the polish spreading out a bit and allowing you to continue.

3. Don’t sponge wet nails. You risk taking up some of your base color and you’ll have a mess. If you want to do a second application with the sponge, allow the first to dry.


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