Wednesday, June 29, 2011

My attempt at a Tequila Sunrise

I'm scheduling this to post in about a week.  I have so many other stuff already ready to go that I didn't want to bump any posts and get all confused.  To save time, I will play with polish for a few days, take pics of everything, edit the pics, and draft the posts to be automatically posted at a date/time I schedule.  It's so much easier for me.

Enough of that, now to explain the mani.  I was inspired today by Anne at Southern Sister Polish to do a Tequila Sunset mani.  I call mine Sunrise because well, I just noticed I did my colors opposite the way she did hers.  I forgot to take pics of the colors I used, but I did remember to write everything down.

This is 2 coats of Zoya Kieko with Essie Sand Tropez on the ring finger.

For the ring finger (base of nail to tip):
- Essie Sand Tropez x2 with Color Club Soft As Cashmere & Essie Little Brown Dress sponged over top
- Essie Coat Azure sponged with Wet N Wild Saved By The Blue sponged over that
- Zoya Areej sponged
- Zoya Rica sponged
- Wet N Wild The Wonder Yellows sponged then brushed over the tip.

All other fingers (base to tip:
- Zoya Kieko x2
- Zoya Areej sponged
- Zoya Rica sponged
- Wet N Wild The Wonder Yellows sponged then brushed over the tip.

Then I attempted to draw a palm tree on the accent nail using my black Art Deco striper.

I don't think it's the best, and DEFINITELY not better than Anne's, but still cute.  My son thought it was awesome though so I'm pleased.

TOODLES Y'ALL!!!

9 comments:

  1. This is super cute♥ I love the sand and the water...looks really good. Thanks for the shout out:)

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  2. I like it, looks pretty cool :-D the palm tree rocks..

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  3. So cute! I always wanted to try a mani with the palm tree silhouette but it looks difficult but I love yours!

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  4. Thanks ladies.

    Thank you Anne, you & your sister rock so I had to share the love. :D

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  5. this looks amazing well done!

    shel xx

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