Monday, 14 October 2013

The Crumpet's Nail Tarts 33DC Day 10 - Flowers

Greetings All!

All caught up now! Phew! Today the theme is flowers. I only ever seem to do one type of flowers, so although I tried twice to do something different, here are some roses!





I also tried it with some matte topcoat!




These are my favourite roses to date! I did them a bit bigger this time, so I could fit a bit more detail on without it all just turning into a mush! I also managed to sneak in three untrieds - Revlon Get Reddy, an unnamed Sweet Heart green for the leaves, and an unnamed Pink Tease pale green for a bit of detail (OK, that barely counts as 'trying' it, I know). The base is Barry M Bright Purple, which I've been using quite a bit lately. It's a really gorgeous colour, great for Halloween (and the rest of the year!), and I'm just loving it lately!


12 comments:

  1. Great roses. I haven't tried that yet, seem to be stuck on Polynesian acrylics one strokes! I like the gloss better than matte. Matte seems to take away too much. Great shiny top coat! Which do you use?

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    1. Seche Vite is my go to topcoat for anything with any texture (i.e. anything that isn't plain polish or stamping lol)

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  2. What did you use for the black detailing? I love this design! They look like tattoo'd roses - love all of the polishes you've used too.

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    1. Thank you! I used W7 Black for the rose shapes, and used the red for the detailing.

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  3. This is beautiful and I love the matte top coat version!

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    1. Thank you!

      I'm deep in a matte phase lol

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  4. this is a perfect flower-y pattern!

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    1. Thank you! I'm very happy with them!

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  5. Qué pasada de manicura, me la apunto para hacérmela ^^

    He creado El Gran Reto de la Navidad Nail Art, anímate!

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