Friday, August 9, 2013
Bevin Is A College Hero
No indie polishes, but a new attempt for a glitter gradient today.
Then I added a gradient (or at least something like a gradient) using Essence College Hero (Class Of 2013 Collection), a clear base with silver hexes in two sizes. As you can see, this polish was extremely bubbly (was it the heat? I didn't shake it before application), but somehow the bubbles just add to the gradient, if you don't look too closely, they mighty be some additional glitters ;-)
After I added one coat of Nail Pattern Boldness Glitter Food and one coat of Sally Hansen Insta-Dri to smooth the surface, I finished with one coat of Essence Soft Touch topcoat for a matte finish.
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You are into matte glitter right now, aren't you??? Bevin was my favorite from last years Zoya spring collection (it is from 2012, right) and I love your glitter sprinkle, very nicely done!!! I think you did excellently :-)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Christine! Oh yes, I'm all into matte at the moment (as long it's matte and not math ;-) ) I did a quick Google search as I didn't know it, but of course you're right, Bevin's from the 2012 spring collection.Delete
Ooh I love this combo! I've been combining minty, dusty colours with /everything/ this past month <3ReplyDelete
Thank you so much! I'm not really into neon, so these dusty colors are my perfect summer colors, too :-)Delete
Das sieht richtig achick aus!ReplyDelete
Vielen Dank, Wiebke :-)Delete
A lovely combination! I wish I was creative with nail polish like this.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much! To be honest, I'm not really that creative, I just read a lot of nail blogs and let them inspire me ;-)Delete