4th of July Nail Art Blog Switch with Mindfully Polished - Press Samples/Purchased by Me
I'm so excited to be doing a blog switch with Jenne from Polished Pathology! Read below to see her amazing 4th of July mani, then jump over to her blog to see what I created!
Hey guys, Jenne here! Today I am switching with Megan from Mindfully Polished. I've been watching her swatching style grow over the past couple months and have been really impressed. Also, WE HAVE THE SAME BIRTHDAY! When I found that out, I asked if she wanted to do a blog switch with nail art that celebrated our birthday. She said yes! I can't wait to show you what I did, so let's get to the polishes!
- Sinful Colors GoGo Girl
- Sinful Colors Endless Blue
- Color Club Just My Luck
- Salon Perfect Sugar Cube
- Chaos & Crocodiles Black Ops
- Zeva Triple Strength Nail Guard
- Glisten & Glow HK Girl
- Vibrant Vinyls Liquid Latex
- Vibrant Vinyls 4th of July Sampler Pack
- Vibrant Vinyls Skinny Rays stencil
Do your watermarble! I did a marble of Sinful Colors GoGo Girl, Color Club Just My Luck, and Sinful Colors Endless Blue. I'm including a video tutorial at the end :) I realize this isn't truly a good 'step 1' but it's my birthday. I can do what I want.
Add the vinyls! I used the 4th of July Sampler pack and the Skinny Rays stencil from Vibrant Vinyls. If you have a leg or two of the stars off your nail and onto the ski, the stars are easy to remove and you won't damage the design underneath. I was going for a firework look for my middle fingers. Paint over with your choice of color (I used Salon Perfect Sugar Cube and Chaos & Crocodiles Black Ops). For some, it might be easier to sponge the color on top, which helps with flooding. I didn't have any issues with the colors I chose.
Remove the vinyls, top coat, and you're done! I used tweezers to help with removal, and that made things pretty easy. I LOVE how they turned out, what do you guys think?
As promised, here is my YouTube video tutorial! Thank you so much for letting me be a part of your blog today, Megan! What do you guys think of our Fourth of July Nail Art? -- Jenne Rempel Polished Pathology http://www.polishedpathology.com
AMAZING, isn't she?? Thank you so much for asking me to switch with you, Jenne!
Thanks for stopping by, and I'll see you next time!