Friday, June 22, 2012

Aquatic Seaweed?

No name for this mani, all I know is that I'm totally digging it. 
It has a very aquatic feel to it.






I started off with a coat of POP Beauty polish in Mint Magic
Then I sponged lightly some 
Orly in - Luxe & Barry M. in -Cyan Blue

Then, using NYX Advanced Salon formula polish in - Sepia
and Cheeky jumbo stamping plate B,
I chose the pattern circled below, because it of reminded me of seaweed 


 
 These plates rock, & I'm quickly accumulating several of them.
The images are larger, so if you've got wider nail beds, 
these are perfect!
I picked this one up on Amazon.com
for $11.99 + shipping

11 comments:

The Crumpet said...

oooooh lovely, and i love that you used a "wood" pattern in such an opposite colour. Fab xx

The Lacquer Tracker said...

I love this! The sponging is awesome, and it really does look aquatic. Awesome mani!

KitEmbleton said...

You know, I think if you did this in shades of brown, it would look like wood paneling! :D (Personally, I think that would look freaking fantastic.) These colours are great; I love the blues so, so much.

Tharvey said...

I'm intrigued by the plates, but wish that the Cheeky plates always have that odd dip at the bottom. I guess if they are long enough it could be avoided.

Jess said...

This reminds me of the animated Atlantis movie. The colors are very similar and the stamping looks like the symbols

kandistar said...

Oh I really like this!! I am normally nota fan of the Cheeky plates but this plate is probably the best one in my opinion. I just wanted to let you know I have been reading through your archives (from old and still working to new) and I mentioned you on my blog. If you would like you can come visit =) www.lifeaskandistar.blogspot.ca

rmcandlelight (nailsbeautiqued) said...

So beautiful! It's so perfect it looks like a sticker :)

Jennius - Gold Speck Nails said...

Looks really great!

ABOP (laquerlove on MUA) said...

Love this look!

Couture Noir said...

So so pretty!

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Jinnifer richard said...

Very nice idea. goodone