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Sam Edelam Sneak Peek A/W 2011
Category Archives: How To Beauty
I’m a big fan of retro games and after a weekend of nostalgia at the arcade decided I was inspired. Here’s my tutorial on how to create a cool retro Pacman Nail Art look- you can see the monsters and Pacman evident above. You can change the colours if you like when you attempt this at home- I was trying to stay fairly true to the actual colours, but I reckon spicing it up might be fun. What do you think?
Eyeko Vintage Polish, Stargazer polish White and Black, Orly Snowcone, OPI Want Sunglasses, OPI Rumple Wiggins Continue reading
Nail guru Sophy Robson may have created the Henry Holland Eek Nail look overa year ago, but after hanging out with the man recently I felt inspired to try some home DIY nail art. Here’s how I created my own version of the Eek Nails.
Eek Nails! Tutorial
1. Start with a good base coat ( I like CiateUnderwear for this) for a nice clean base.
2. Apply a different colour to each nail- opt for bright primary shades. I have used a blue from Orly, green from Avon and Red, orange and yellow from OPI.
3. Take a black and white polish ( I used Stargazer here) and a toothpick. Apply two fine white lines down the centre of each nail.
4. Take the black polish and a clean toothpick and dot a tiny black dot on the end.
5. Seal with a top coat- love Ciate Speed Dry.
Hoem nail art kits have become pretty big businesslately and Orly are entering the UK market with the Instant Artist Nail Art Collection. Never one to do anything by halves, the collevction ois HUGE with a giant colour palettes from bright neons to more muted shades. There are 22 colour based colours, two nail polish colours and three nail art tools, available from May 2011.
I love the fact they’re including nail art tools in their lineup, as I tend to go to eBay for mine, and having these will make the everyday nail fan’s job a lot easier. They’re scheduled for a UK release of May 2011 and you can already get them in the USA. I love their online tutorials- they give me a lot of inspiration.
I finally dusted off my Konad plates and got to work creating a pretty green and silver look using Estee Lauder Wicked Green and Blingtones silver. Do you likey? I do!