I saw this pin, which is from Work Play Polish, in a guest post from Kellie Gonzo. You following me? The main point is, it's adorable and I wanted to give it a try!
*1 coat Gelous base
*2 coats China Glaze Winter Holly
*2 coats OPI Danke-shiny Red
*2 coats Cover Girl Boundless Color White Night
*Salon Perfect Champagne Toast
*2 coats Out the Door
I've never been able to paint straight lines, so I pulled out my striping tape for the accent. They were lined up beautifully, spaced perfectly. Then, I painted with Logan and pulled the tape up...and was too slow. Most of the stripes came up with it. I had to freehand the stripes back on, which worked MUCH better on my left hand than my right (not that you've had that happen). Hearts are a really easy accent to add, but again, I'm pretty basic in my skills, so I added a red rhinestone instead.
I used the always wonderful Danke-Shiny red, smooth, shimmery, and rich. I wanted a little more sparkle, so I added Champagne This went went well with Winter Holly, a dense, dark green and holo gold glitter that dries very gritty but covers well. This picture REALLY doesn't do it justice--it's gorgeous!
This original design is so adorable and luckily something I can try again with any color combo. Overall, this wasn't horrible, just not as neat as I hoped.
Do you have any tips on painting crisp, straight lines? Do tell!