Oil slick nail art manicure with P.O.P Polish Pastel Oil Slicks 360 nail polish collection

Purchased by Me buttonPolishes used:
1 coat of base coat
1 coat of L.A. Colors Circuits
Ribbits Stickits Unfroggetable Cuticle Cover in Plain Toad
Entire P.O.P Polish Pastel Oil Slicks 360 collection
2 coats of P.O.P Polish Liquid Glass top coat

oil slick manicure with POP Polish Pastel Oil Slick 360 nail polishes | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Current mani time! If you’ve followed this blog for any amount of time, you know that I’ve been trying to perfect an oil slick or oil puddle look. I tried an oil slick manicure with Parrot Polish, with KBShimmer,  and I think I finally nailed it! Keep reading to see how I created this look.

POP Polish Pastel Oil Slick 360 oil slick nail art manicure | Be Happy And Buy Polish

POP Polish Pastel Oil Slick 360 oil slick nail art manicure close up | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I was playing around with the Pastel Oil Slicks the other day, and I was actually going to do something completely different. You know the distressed technique with a stamper I’ve done before? Well, I still haven’t moved the majority of my polishes or my supplies so I tried that technique out on a plastic baggie. I don’t even remember what polish I started with, but I just kept layering polishes over each other on the plastic baggie. Then when it was dry, I cut the decals into nail size pieces and applied over a black polish. I did need two coats of top coat because the decals dried a bit textured.

I am so insanely happy with how this manicure turned out, it truly looks like an oil spill puddle!

oil slick manicure with POP Polish Pastel Oil Slick 360 nail polish collection | Be Happy And Buy Polish

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