Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Cinderelly Cinderelly

I wanted to try out a few of the mini polishes from my Wet n Wild Color Icon set that I am giving away here, so you could see some of the things you can do with them if you are the winner (deadline for entry is November 14th!). The polish I used was from my OWN set, not from the one you could win. That is brand new and safe in its little box waiting to be shipped to YOU! Here I used one of the clear sparkle top coats to make a Cinderella manicure!

"Cinderelly Cinderelly Night and Day it's Cinderelly! Make the fire! Fix the breakfast! Wash the dishes! Do the moppin'!"

I started with a gorgeous pink sheer shade from butter LONDON, then added two coats of this unnamed sparkle top coat from Wet n Wild. It is very sparkly and could work as a pretty main just like this. 

Then I painted Cinderella using acrylic paints. Her eyes and mouth were particularly hard to do. 

Here is Cinderella before I topcoated. And you can see the mega sparkle of the nails in the background. So pretty!!

Polishes used in this manicure: butter LONDON Pink Ribbon, Wet n Wild Mini Color Icon unnamed sparkle topcoat, Essie All In One basecoat and Revlon Quick Dry Topcoat. 

Here is the song I was singing while I painted these nails. :-)



20 comments:

  1. Very nice! This song is gonna be stuck in my head all day now!

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  2. It's stuck in my head, so I figured you deserved to have it stuck in yours too, Sarah. BTW this is a HILARIOUS song to sing while riding a scooter.

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  3. ^^ I second that. Looks great as always! :)

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  4. Beautiful! I find the Disney princesses to be more difficult that other cartoons just because their features can be sooooo tiny!

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  5. Thanks Leslie! They are kind of tough to do.

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  6. Beautifully done! I love it! Can I suggest doing a series of Disney princesses? That would be awesome! :)

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  7. Thank you Pauline! I think I will have to do a series of them. Someone else just asked for Belle! :-)

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  8. Fantastic job, you did her perfectly!

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  9. Oh thank you Amber! That is so sweet!

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  10. Just found your blog from the cult nails fb. you have such amazing skill (:

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  11. Thank you Rachel! That is so kind. I'm glad you found me!

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  12. Love this. Thanks for the tutorial. I would never guessed you had to do that many layers.

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  13. Thank you so much Rins! I am such a fan of your work, your compliments mean so much to me!

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  14. Thanks Courtney! Acrylic paint is very forgiving, and it lets you do multiple layers without getting too thick. Give it a try some time!

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  15. This is So pretty!

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