I have my own line of indie nail polish! Yay! All of my colors are inspired by wonderful things in Sonoma County. I present: Sonoma Nail Art Custom Polish, polish with a sense of place.
You can buy my polishes online at etsy.com (here is the link to my online store
), or purchase them in person at Revolution Moto
in Santa Rosa, California. I am hoping to restock my etsy store every two weeks. Here are the current colors in my Sonoma Nail Art Custom Polish line (click on any picture to see a larger version):
Bubble Room is a delicate sparkle topcoat with a beautiful gold shimmer and tiny holographic sparkles. It is inspired by the delicious sparkling wines of Sonoma County. Pictured is one coat of Bubble Room over OPI Did You 'Ear About Van Gogh?
Mustard Fields is a sparkle polish with many shades of green and a fun smattering of yellow blossom shaped glitter. It is inspired by the bright yellow and green crops of mustard that pop up between the vineyard rows each spring, heralding the new season. Pictured is one coat of Mustard Fields over China Glaze Gaga For Green.
Russian River is a gorgeous blue, green, and silver polish with hexes, bars, and flakies. It is inspired by the Russian River which flows past farms, towns, and vineyards and eventually empties out into the Pacific Ocean. Pictured is one coat of Russian River over Illamasquah Viridian.
Sonoma County Gazette is black and white and 'red' all over (ha ha ha). It is inspired by the community newspaper written by readers here in Sonoma County. Pictured is one coat of Sonoma County Gazette over Zoya Dove.
Sonoma Sunset is a beautiful mix of purple, pink, and blue glitters with a soft blue shimmer. It is inspired by the dusty purple sunsets that color the hills of Sonoma County. Pictured is one coat of Sonoma Sunset over Color Club Pucci-licious.
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is a mix of blue and green glitters, with a few white glitters to represent tiny bubbles. This is one of the polishes from my Great Handcar Regatta themed set. The Great Handcar Regatta was a wonderful late summer event in Santa Rosa that celebrated the 'steampunk' style and featured a handcar race, demonstrations, music, art, food and wine and lots of fun. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is inspired by the Jules Verne novel of the same name and the imaginative adventures of Captain Nemo in the cold deep. The steampunk ethos is vividly captured in this tale of fantastical sea vessels and adventure under the sea. Pictured is one coat of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea over China Glaze Sea Spray.
Check back for more photos of my polishes!
Special thanks to Sarah Waite of Chalkboard Nails
for the photography of these Sonoma Nail Art Custom Polishes.
i love your nail art by the way. i just wanted to know do you mix anything in your acrylic paint before you use it because for some reason whenever i use paint it wears off or smudges with the top coat. please help!ReplyDelete
I thin my acrylic paint with water so make sure the paint is nice and thin. You don't want to have big globs of paint on your nails. I have also found that certain top coats work best with acrylic paint. I prefer Seche Vite Quick Dry Topcoat. Thank so much for your nice comment and good luck!ReplyDelete
I'm keen on purchasing one bottle of "Sonoma County Gazette". Would that be possible?
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