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?



6 comments:

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

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

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

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  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. :)

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  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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