Last time I was posting tutorial how to make Hello Kitty Bows from polymer clay. Today I want to show how this bow looks on nails.
Link to the tutorial is here.
As a base I used H&M On Ice nail polish. French tips are painted with acrylic paint. On the top I added transparent nail polish and put the bow on it.
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A while ago I was posting my Rock Style Nails, now it is time for some Punk Nails.
When I first thought about that nails I was thinking about something cute, neon pink, glittery … like Avril Lavigne style, but then … hey lets make somethink classic punk 🙂 And what can be more classic punk than famous ‘Punks not dead’ and symbol of anarchy?
So here they are. Simple like three-chords punk songs.
To make this glue on nails I used H&M On Ice nail polish as a base. Text and signs are painted using acrylic paints and on the top is normal top coat. That’s it!
Would you wear this nails on punk concert? I would 🙂
Today I have for you swatches of H&M On Ice nail polish. It’s in one of a standard H&M polish bottles, but this time with a print of Bambi and a Thumper. I must say that H&M is good at designing cute packages.
For me the name On Ice would suggest that polish will contains some glitter particles to add sparkle effect, but it’s just pure grey polish. It’s light shade of grey. In some types of light it looks like it have a mixture of baby blue colour in it.
On the pictures the nails are covered with only one coat and it’s enough to get a good shade. With only one coat it dries quickly, but if you would like to add a second one be prepared for annoying waiting.
I wear it on my fingernails for 3 days and it didn’t chip. I didn’t use base coat and it didn’t leave any stains on nails.
So I must say that I am very happy with this nail polish. Only one thing which is not so good here is a brush. Could be better, but it’s not a disaster 🙂
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