Ever since I saw Cutepolish’s “Watercolor Flowers” on YouTube, I knew I had to try it. The one stroke technique looks so cool, when you watch someone do it in a tutorial but when I tried it here, I felt like I had feed as hands. 😉
This is my first time participating at Cyw’s and Lena’s weekly polish prompt: “Lacke in Farbe… und bunt!” I don’t really know how to translate that, so I just explain briefly what it is about: Cyw and Lena decide on a color every week and you can show a polish from your own stash corresponding to that color. If you want more details just head over to their blogs “Jahreszeitenhaus” or “Lenas Sofa” to check it out.
I have to admit that I was not interested at all, when I first saw OPI’s “Sheer Tints” on the internet because I tend to buy opaque creme polishes more than jellys. But when I saw what really cool designs you can do with them (for example on a white base or by layering them) I wanted to try them myself.
I think everyone has seen Maybelline‘s “Bleached Neons“ by now. When I saw them in the store I could not resist, so I bought them all. The four colors are just gorgeous and I used three of them for today’s design.
Do you know that feeling, when you see a polish that looks so beautiful in the bottle and when you wear it, it just does not match your skin tone at all and looks kind of weird? Well that is exactly what happened to me here. 😦
In this post I will show you the last of the four Essie Spring Collection 2014 polishes from the mini cube. Continue reading
Today I will show you a “Splatter Effect” polish from Claire’s.
First here comes a swatch of the third Essie polish from the Spring Collection 2014: Style Hunter.