As part of Chalkboard’s 31 day nail challenge I’ve got a funky halloween halfmoon design for you!
Now that fall is here I’ve been DYING to do some autumnal nail art- especially for halloween!! Weeeee!! I love halloween… and my blog is a great way for me to showcase my holiday spirit! Halloween is all about orange and black, but my fave combo for the holiday is actually green and purple. This mani is kinda crazy looking and perhaps a little fugly, but I don’t care! I’ll wear pretty much anything on these nails- and I’ll love it too! lol
What I’m wearing:
♥ one coat of Nailtiques #2
♥ two coats of Essence lime green called L.O.L.
♥ one coat of seche vite to make the green dry quickly
♥ then I used painters tape to create the crescent/halfmoon line
♥ then I applied one coat of Milani TEXTURE in Purple Streak and then peeled the tape off
This mani was quick and easy!!
Would you wear nails like these, or is the color scheme a little too ‘out there’ for you?
You can view some of the other halfmoon designs for the #31DC2013 right here:
The title of this post cracks me up! I don’t know… maybe my mind is a tad bit in the gutter. Or maybe it just sounds silly or something. Am I alone here? 😀
So how did I come up with the name twinkle, texture and a little tip?
1- My base coat is called TWINKLE by Pure Ice. The formula is thick but it’s a stunning coral color with orangey/gold shimmer. Takes forever to dry, but nothing a little Seche Vite can’t fix. I love this warm peachy shade… it feels shimmery, sunny and makes me look tan! Take a look ↓
2- I grabbed my TEXTURE polish for some quick rose nail art! I was inspired to try this out after seeing work/play/polish’s awesome Minnie’s Closet mani. To create this look I applied Milani Texture in Purple Streak over top of my coral base. I used a detail brush which worked ok, but I had to keep cleaning it with acetone since the textured polish would gunk up quickly. It came out nice for my first attempt though ↓
3- Here’s A LITTLE TIP: save your soda bottle caps! They come in handy to mix paint up in… or just to use as a little palette to drop some polish into for your nail art. Have you ever tried to return bottles in one of those recyclable redemption machines and noticed that they ask you to remove the caps first? Well now you can make good use of them!
Hope you likey! Thanks for reading. And don’t forget- Eeeek and Brijit and I are planning a JULY Nail Art Challenge so get your brushes ready, ladies!! You don’t have to do every design for every day… so no stress! I really hope you join us! More info to come!