Mar 26, 2014

Tribal Nails

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Hey guys! Aren't these springiful (yes, I know it's not a word...haha!) I was in a tribal mode all this week! Especially, while organizing my polishes; I found some I haven't even used! Don't you guys hate that?! Anyways, I really loved the colors I chose for this design. It's bright and so pretty, I really hate I have to remove them.
But they look so perfect for the season, even though it still feels like winter. It just brightens the mood. ;) Plus it also gives me an excuse to use studs, again. I always try to cooperate studs on my mani's, but it's hard to think of way and finally I did! ;)
 For the gradient, I started off by applying two coats of OPI Alpine Snow. This way I don't lose the natural colors of the polishes. At first, I applied Essie The More the Merrier, but the gradient looked awful! So I decided, with a white base the colors would pop!
For the tribal nails, I used two coats of Essie The More the Merrier, two coats of Essie Cascade Cool and two coats of China Glaze Spring in My Step. Once the polishes were completely dried, using a nail art stripping brush, I freehanded the tribal nails with OPI Alpine Snow
 On the gradient, I freehand the lines in the middle and added golden square studs, for accent. First I added a thin coat of top coat for the studs to be placed studs on top. You can purchase the studs here on Born Pretty Store
Lastly, I sealed the design with Duri- Super Fast Dry Through Top Coat, that's it! Overall I really love the design! the color combination was my favorite and can't here what you guys think?!
Hope all of you enjoyed my post today! 
What do you guys think? Let me know in the comments below!
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