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The Waterfall Nails

Hey everyone!

I'm sure most all of you follow The Nailasaurus' blog and all of the wonderful manis she posts. If so, then you're more than familiar with the waterfall mani that she has been doing. She put up this TUTORIAL and I figured it was time to do it for myself.

I received many compliments on this.. and I really quite like the whole look. Though mine is a little rough looking, it is still pretty great!



I used a base of China Glaze White on White, then did some line work with China Glaze Liquid Leather, OPI No Room For The Blues, Orly Glitz, and Ninja Polish Hanukkah Floam. Then it was all topped off with Seche Vite.

I spaced some of my lines too far apart, which will be something I will pay more attention to next time - but I decided to add in the sparkle to sort of mask my mistakes to myself (other people would have no idea.. which is kind of the best thing ever!)

Thanks for stopping by and taking a look - I will see you all again soon!

Comments

Catnapsch said…
Nice mani! I've been wanting to try this look too.
Unknown said…
Nice color combo :) The manic looks great

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