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Atlantis Splatter Nails

Hey everyone!

The other day, whilst perusing pinterest, I stumbled upon a photo of splatter nails done by Chalkboard Nails. While I was starring at the little photo, I was like 'a sparkly based splatter nail! Great idea!' then I went to the post, and here I was thinking it was sparkly China Glaze Atlantis as the base.. nah, it was not.. BUT! It definitely put the idea in my head to use Atlantis as a base for a splatter nail.. and so it was.


Honestly, at first, I hated them.. I felt that the colours didn't pop enough, or maybe I should have used a lighter coloured sparkly base.. just blah feels. Then.. after 2 days of wearing them and allowing the sun to catch them, yeah, I like them!

I used:

  • China Glaze Strong Adhesion Base Coat
  • China Glaze Atlantis
  • China Glaze Spontaneous
  • China Glaze Liquid Leather
  • China Glaze Midnight Kiss
  • A Straw
  • Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat

I also inadvertently used all China Glaze polish.. rad! I love China Glaze, and it shows!!

That is all for meow - see you all again real soon!


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