miércoles, 10 de diciembre de 2014

12 Days of Christmas: Day 10, Deborah [@lovevarnish]

Hello my dearest! Today is the 10th day of the 12 Days of Christmas series and Deborah from www.lovevarnish.com is the guest for the day! I've been reading her blog for a long time now, two years, maybe? And then I followed her on IG (@lovevarnish) and she is so nice and sweet! I'm very happy to have her here today so let's see her manicure!

Hola, mis queridas! Hoy es el décimo día de la serie de posts 12 Days of Christmas y Deborah de www.lovevarnish.com es la invitada de hoy! He estado leyendo su blog por mucho tiempo, dos años, quizá? Y luego la seguí en IG (@lovevarnish) y es tan linda y agradable! Estoy muy contenta de tenerla aquí hoy así que veamos su mani!

Hi loves! My name is Deborah, and I am one of the bloggers from Love. Varnish, chocolate and more... It's such an honor to have been asked by Pamela to do a guestpost for her, since she's one of my favorite bloggers ^^.  I'll admit I had a bit of a hard time coming up with a look for this post because the others already did such fabulous work, but I think I did good.



Because these guestposts are part of a 12 days of Christmas series, I decided to use a beautiful red shade to start with. It's Cirque Colors The Devil Wears Cirque, the perfect red creme that glides on effortlessly in 2 coats. After it dried I grabbed both OPI L.A.M.B. from the Gwen Stefani collection, and Cirque Colors Memento Mori, a very opaque black creme. This look will stand out perfectly against a black party dress!

For this particular look you'll want your base to be absolutely dry. Otherwise you'll dent it and the results aren't as pretty. Now, take the accent color you want to use (I started with the OPI) and wipe the brush as clean as possible. Don't worry, there will still be polish clinging on to it! Use the "dry" brush and brush it over the red base in short strokes. It'll give a distressed look because the brush will skip a bit on the surface! Now, take your second accent color and repeat the process. After I did a round with black, I used the gold again to put on some extra sparkle. Use topcoat to seal in your design and you are done!





Well, hopefully you enjoyed this look, if you want to see more designs please feel free to visit my blog or follow on Instagram!



This is so perfect for Christmas Eve! Abstract nail designs are always my favorite <3 Thank you so much Deb! And thank you all as always! Only 2 more posts of the 12 Days of Christmas series, I hope you enjoy them! Love,

Esto es perfecto para Nochebuena! Los diseños abstractos son siempre mis favoritos <3 Muchas gracias, Deb! Y gracias a todos como siempre! Solo quedan 2 posts de los 12 Days of Christas, espero que los disfruten! Con cariño,

~Pam

7 comentarios:

  1. This looks awesome, Deborah! The red and gold and black go together just so perfectly. <3

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  2. Gah dry brushing with Glitter is genius! I love how this look came together, great for the Holidays.

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  3. What a beautiful mani! I love the look of gold, red and black together!

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  4. This is such a fun look! It's perfect for the holidays!

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  5. Creo que debe ser la primera decoracion navideña que realmente me gusta porque el diseño no es figurativo.
    Lo adoré!

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