Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Go Pink Wednesday - Houndstooth manicure

Hi,
Today I'll show you my fourth 'Go Pink Wednesday' manicure. As you might now,
'Go Pink Wednesday' series were created in order to make people aware breast cancer. 
You can see my previous designs by clicking on their titles: Butterfly wings (October 3rd),
Ribbon manicure (October 10th) and Pink zebra nails (October 17th).  

For today's manicure, I used m63 Konad plate to create the design. I started with two coats
of Miss Sporty Lasting Colour -Vintage and then I stamped over the design using Oriflame 
-Silver Lining. As you can see, this nail polish works great for stamping. Then I took a 
thin brush and created a diagonal line with the pink nail polish. Finally, I painted another
coat of pink bellow the previously created line. I finished with a clear top coat. 
What do you think?

19 comments:

Arletta said...

Great stamping!
I've wanted to use this pattern too at first too!
xx

Abyukina said...

arata foarte bine, initial am crezut ca asa ai stampilat,pe jumatate de unghie :d Dar imi place si ideea ta :D

Natalie said...

Pretty! Love this!

Paulina said...

very pretty! I always forget about pink wednesdays ;/

Shannara said...

Looks very pretty!

Stefanie said...

sweet pink wednesday manicure

Beauty-Shoes-Nails-Fun said...

superb!!!!!! love that color!

Unknown said...

I love the way that you just stamped the corner!! :)

Kejal Shah said...

looks cute!

Essie Rae said...

I love the stamping. Looks so cool.

Jenni said...

Love the houndsooth pattern!

Unknown said...

This is adorable!

Laven said...

I love these nails !

M. Fourey said...

It looks lovely ^^ I need to recreate that sometime!

Unknown said...

Fun! I like the diagonal pattern!

Susy´s Nails said...

Very pretty!!!

Manases Andrea said...

Cat de elegant este aceasta combinatie, exceptional!

Liesl said...

Awesome idea! I love houndstooth, and I really like that you did half and half. Looks great!

-Diana- said...

Lovely

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