Fashion Friday: Angles

Fashion Friday is back! Whoo hooo!! ๐Ÿ˜€ I really love doing this series – it pushes me outside my comfort zone, for sure. Today’s design is a shirt from Fendi:

Fendi fashion shirt

I’ve used 2 coats of OPI Alpine Snow as a base, then using LA Splash in Blowfish, I created a yellow stripe on each nail. I then used Finger Paints in Warm He-Art-Ed for a triangular shape on each nail. Lastly I used essie licorice to create another triangle and a stripe down the middle and a stripe at the edge of each nail.

OPI Alpine Snow, LA Splash Blowfish, fingerpaints Warm He-Art-Ed, essie licorice

OPI Alpine Snow, LA Splash Blowfish, fingerpaints Warm He-Art-Ed, essie licorice

I love that Warm He-Art-Ed has this pink shimmer to it – it’s a gorgeous polish (and one I got on sale for $1.50 I think).

Here’s a comparison to the inspiration:

OPI Alpine Snow, LA Splash Blowfish, fingerpaints Warm He-Art-Ed, essie licorice

What do you think? I should have done the yellow stripe the opposite direction, but other than that, I really like it. It is definitely bold!

Don’t forget that You Pick Tuesday is coming up – let me know what nail polish combination you’d like to see on my nails, either in the comments here or on my facebook page. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Until tomorrow,

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4 thoughts on “Fashion Friday: Angles

  1. This looks fun! Ok, so I’m super curious about that HK top coat. What are your thoughts on it? Is it as good as everyone says? Is it better than Seche Vite? I’ve been trying out a lot of different top coats and nothing is as good as Seche on my nails so I’m curious.

    • I do like it a bit better than Seche. It doesn’t seem to have the “shrinkage” problem like Seche can have on the nails. Shine & application is the same. I think that my bottle of HK didn’t get goopy (?) as quickly as my bottle of Seche did – and my bottle of HK was helped with thinner a lot easier than my Seche. So, yeah, I like HK better. LOL

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