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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Twinsie Thursday: Abstract Flower Nail Art

Hey y'all!

Happy Twinsie Thursday!
This month Lothwen and I decided on an abstract nail art look! It didn't turn out as well as I'd like, but it will do. :)

I started off with two coats of Wet N Wild French White Creme. Using a dry brush technique, I applied Rimmel London Black Satin, Petites Vintage Gray, Zoya Genevive, and Wet N Wild French White Creme.
For the flowers, which look more like hearts to me, I used L.A. Colors Art Deco Black Nail Art Striper and KbShimmer Men Are From Mars-ala. I added a coat of my favorite top coat and I was finished!

I'm pleased with how the dry brush technique worked out, as I had never tried it before! I will definitely try it out again in the future!

I haven't seen Lothwen's nails yet, as we are in different time zones, but I sure they are awesome because they always are!
Make sure to stop by my blog and check her look out!

I'll be back again next month for another Twinsie Thursday! 

Thank you Samantha, I love it! And I think it's so awesome that you put the colour of the year into this mani! This was super fun, can't wait to do the next one! And indeed, the dry brush technique is awesome ;)


  1. Dry brush technique is one of my fab things to do! This is lovely!

  2. This is so lovely! I love the pop of color on top of the black and white. Really brings it forward!

  3. I always love Sams take on the twinsie themes... Super cute!

  4. Nice mani :) I love the dry brush techinque, it's one of my favourites :)

  5. This is one fab mani - you both did great with this challenge.

  6. Dry brush is a way cool technique :) Love that Marsala polish!

  7. Your dry brush looks amazing! Very distressed and grungy :).

  8. The dry brush is awesome! And I think it's cute that the flowers look like hearts, even if it wasn't intentional! :)


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