My first attempt at art on my OPI Yoga-ta Get This Blue! was a major fail. I tried to salvage it by layering almost *all* the glitter and flakies in my arsenal. At one point, I could have sworn I heard someone chanting..."more, more, more is better". I'm not sure, but I think it was the ONE voice of the Glitteratzi. So, it was looking very cool- and then I did it again- I went overboard with yet another layer. Thankfully, it was all still wet so removal was not a pain. Anyway, I started all over with a fresh 2 coats of Yoga-ta. Although I have lots of Halloween ideas, none of them seemed right with this color...it's too classy for cheesey Halloweeney art. (I had no inclination of trying my first idea again, as I really need a different shade and formula of orange(s) than I have.) I came up with a magic inspired fauxnadacure. Magic and Halloween go together, so I say this counts as #5 in my series.
Basecoat- OPI Yoga-ta Get This Blue, 2 coats Overlay- Hard Candy Hot Pants (holo glitter- micro and medium) Fauxnad plates- P55, H16, H17 Sally Hansen Chromes for stamping in- Royal Purple Chrome & Aqua Chrome 2 coats Seche Too bad my dh wasn't home to photograph my nails...I had to use my ancient Fuji- not very good for glitter, holo & detail shots.
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