Sunday, October 21, 2012

Going Dotty with Zoya

Okay dolls I'm back on the job! Lately things have been a bit hectic around here, my grandfather has been going through health issues and just had surgery(he's okay), at 25 I have the bummiest knee ever it feel like, oh and we're planning on moving to Las Vegas from Florida so I've been a bit overwhelmed. Luckily, I've found my peace when doing this mani....

I used Zoya's Song, Jo and Snow White and to create this mani I used Mash's dotting tools which I am in love with! Before I was using wooden painted dotter tools but my son would get a hold of them and easily break them or when cleaning them their paint would come off and get everywhere, it was a meltly mess. Mash's are made of plastic with a cool marble effect going on inside, my son hasn't been able to break them(yay) and they of course get the job done.

So back to the mani, I didn't really have a direction I was going I just needed to relax and putting dots on the nails helped. I really liked how this mani turned out.

Song is simply beautiful, I just can't get over it. It's such a beautiful glossy and shimmery blue I wondered how it would look matted.

It was an amazing effect!

 So what do you think of this dotty mani? Which one do you prefer glossy or matted?


  1. This is a SUPER COOL mani!!! I love it so much!

  2. LOVE it! I prefer the shiney over the matte but Im not really a huge fan of the matte look.

  3. i love this! it reminds me of the evil eye! really cool

  4. I love the effect that layering the blues has, it gives the dotticure a totally neat kind of depth. Great color choices, btw. And I like both the matte and the shiney but I prefer the shiney.

    Stay amazing. :)

  5. Sorry to hear about your grandfather, but aside from that I love the nail design. I still haven't tried out the Zoya Polishes. They always look really nice.


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