Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Non-Traditional Heart Mani

We don't all love everything pink and red, so today I went with a Valentine's heart mani with some more non-traditional colors.







Not much to say about this one. I really like how well the hearts turned out. I'm glad I finally figured out a way to make hearts that works for me.

Polishes I used:
Zoya Avery
OPI Fly
OPI No Spain No Gain
Sinful Colors Clementine

22 comments:

  1. The hearts are sooo neat, I love this! Great combination of colours x x

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  2. I love it! How did you do those hearts, they're perfect! I struggle so bad making hearts, they always end up looking like little butts!

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    1. Maybe I will do a tutorial, cuz it sounds hard when I type it out. But, I make two dots right beside each other. Then, I take a small brush and make the side lines down, like a triangle. Last, just fill in the middle with a dotting tool or small brush. Whatever is more comfortable. I've tried many different ways of making hearts, and this is the easiest for me.

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  3. This is adorable! I love the colors you chose and the hearts look great! I think it's about time I finally get Avery. It's such a nice nude.

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    1. Thank you! Avery really is a great nude. I'm glad that I got the whole Feel collection because I probably wouldn't have gotten Avery on it's own, but I love it!

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  4. I love this mani! It's one that you could wear year round!!! Great job, Sarah!!

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    1. Thanks! That's why I chose colors that weren't particularly V-Day colors...hearts aren't only a holiday thing :)

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  5. Please tell us how you do the hearts! I'm so afraid to do anything free-hand!! I'm a stamping/taping fool!

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    1. Tiffany, I replied to Heather in a comment above about how I did them, but I am thinking I might do a picture tutorial because it sounds harder than it actually is. lol.

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  6. This is so cute! I really love the color combination! :-)

    ~ Yun

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    1. Thank you!! I really liked these colors together, too! :)

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  7. This color combination is great!

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    xoxo
    gin

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    1. Thank you, Gin, that is very thoughtful!! :)

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