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This mani was inspired by a comment in a group I am in about what other colours you could use for water spotting aside from black – of course you can use any colours! I decided to do a mani using something alternative as an example of what it might look like – I have to say though my cheap perfume is on its last dregs so the spray didn’t work as well as normal. I have since picked up a spray bottle from Boots which I am planning on filling with 99.9% alcohol to use for my next water spotting session! For this mani I stared with two coats of OPI Alpine Snow – I really need to pick up another bottle of this as I only have about 1/3rd left. If you want a cheaper alternative Barrym Matt White is just as good, I personally prefer the brush on the OPI though.
Yep, my cuticles are still pretty dry, so please forgive that! I decided to use turquoise again and paired it with a peach colour because these colours have that same South Western feel I think and are very “springy”. So this is China Glaze Aquadelic and China Glaze Peachy Keen – they both spread really well in the water and are fairly opaque on their own which I think really helps for water spotted, the white base really makes these colours pop but I think they’d look great over other colours too.
For an accent nail it was a simple task of arranging some teeny tiny triangle rhinestones and some square ones – I use a small bit of topcoat and a dotting tool to place them into tacky polish and then float a generous coat of topcoat over the top to seal them in to place. I am pleased to report that I once again have HK Girl Topcoat in my life, this is my holy grail topcoat. I will let you know which topcoat I am using for which mani – as I think for manis I won’t be wearing too long I will use a cheaper option. Got to savour theee preeeccciioooussss. As you can see from the first colour I just alternated which finger had which colour on for the water spotting cause I like to mix it up, especially when I do a mani on both hands.
What are your holy grail nail products? Do you go through phases of having favourite nail art techniques? How was your weekend? I’d love to hear from you so why not leave a comment below? 😀 Time for me to go get ready for a date with my lovely nail fiend friend. Have a good Monday!