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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Neon's a Drag.... *wink*

My super quick, super bright post for the day. Thanks to Collette at mysimplelittlepleasures for the tips and ideas!
shade.

What I can say about this is I LOVE IT.....the neon was a tad tricky, as we all know, they dry extremely quickly and a bit satin. I can't wait to try this again! I did the "drop and drag" technique using an orange stick.


full sun.


Here are my polishes....L to R Cult Nails "Devious Nature", Impala "palmiera tropical",
Sinful Colors "Neon Melon" and of course, CG "Millennium".

Gigi

Be Pawlished!

~Tiffani

10 comments:

  1. I love this mani! I haven't tried the dragging method yet but I want to!

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  2. It was really fun.....and easy. It's not exactly how I planned it, but I love random.

    :B
    ~Tiffani

    THANK YOU SKULDA for commenting - much <3

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  3. It seems to be a really interesting technique, and really good for me because I can use it to make some sort of nail art without knowing how to draw, so I'll surely try it, thanks for the tip! ^__^

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  4. It's very easy...just make sure your main layer is still wet when you make the drops....then swirl away. I think next time I might use a small brush...

    :B
    ~Tiffani

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  5. Interesting technique! I'm a disaster at water marbeling, I'll give this a try!
    Love neons...

    ;**

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  7. Oh,I thought you had to keep the first layer dry,and just swirl the other drops O__O Good to know :D

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