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Splatter Nails

AKA a very thin line separating good and terribad.

I swear this type of nail art is almost as elusive to me as water marbling. They don't seem like they would be that difficult, then I give them a whirl and basically fail. Yet I really do like the look of both.. Some year I will get the hang of it all!!



As you can see, I messed up quite badly, especially on my middle and ring fingers. The other three, I liked. I also liked what was going on on my right hand, but I forgot to take the photos before heading out to bowling last night.. My thumb nail is ripped and torn up.. Cannot show! BUT I can tell you that there is really only one fail nail on that hand..

I based the colours I used off this photo - and the colours I used were: Orly Liquid Vinyl as the base, followed with some Zoya Pippa, OPI Ogre-the-Top Blue, and Orly White Out. Sorry, I forgot to snap a bottle shot!

I guess I am going to have to go remove this polish and head back to the drawing board for something different - awe yeah! Have a great weekend everyone (:

Comments

I think it looks great. The color combination is amazing! And I don't even think of your ring finger nail as a fail. :) Can't wait to see your next attempt!
JQ said…
I haven't tried this technique yet. I love your thumb and pinky!
Kayleigh said…
I think they look great, I like the colours you chose! Stuff like this can take a while to get the composition just right - the first few times I tried galaxy nails I haaated them because I couldn't balance the colours correctly! Just takes practice! :)
Delainie said…
@Kayono - Awe, thanks! I cannot wait to give it another go myself.. The messiness of it was kind of fun!!

@JQ - I would love to see you try this out - I know you would do an amazing job!! And thanks, those 2 are my faves as well.

@Kayleigh - This is true.. I have to remember to give myself some credit for a first try. And now you have mentioned Galaxy nails - I love those sosososo much!!

@April - Thankies - you're much too kind - but I will take it (:

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