Hypnotic Blues

Monday, December 23, 2013

Hey everyone! This manicure was inspired by MissJenFABULOUS from her video, Easy Nail Art For Beginners #5. I recreated her third nail art manicure in that video. I loved how hypnotizing the blue design looked and wanted to try it out myself. I received a Born Pretty Store white nail art stripper to review so I wanted to use it for this design.

Hypnotic Blues
Hypnotic Blues
Barielle, Essie, Born Pretty Store Nail Art Liner, Seche Vite

For my base color, I used Barielle A Bouquet For Ava. When that's dry, I applied Barielle Swizzle Stix on top, leaving some of the previous color showing though on the sides. I repeated this step with Essie Borrowed & Blue next. After that's all dried, I applied a thin stripe down the center with Born Pretty Store Sweet Color white nail art liner. I finished with a coat of Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat.

Hypnotic Blues
Hypnotic Blues
Hypnotic Blues

Like the previous Sweet Color nail art liner I reviewed, I enjoyed this as much as the black one. The tip isn't the finest with a few stray hairs but the white was opaque and didn't require me to go over the lines. This Born Pretty Store Sweet Color white nail art liner costs $4.59 for 10ml but its on sale right now for $3.59. Its a great stripper polish for a beginner to check out so I recommend it especially since its on sale right now too.

Born Pretty Store Sweet Color Nail Art Liner in White

I loved how this manicure turned out! Doesn't it just look so eye catching but simple at the same time? Be sure to check out Born Pretty Store for nail art items and more! You can use coupon code YCL91 for an additional 10% off your entire order. What do you think of this hypnotizing blue manicure?

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*Born Pretty Store Sweet Color nail art liner was provided for review purposes. My opinion is 100% honest.*

28 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous, Lisa! (Although, I know that Jen did not come up with this manicure idea - in fact, she's been stealing from a lot of bloggers recently!)

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    1. Here's the original that she copied from! http://www.fundamentallyflawless.co.uk/2013/07/blue-ombre-stripes-nail-art-tutorial.html Agreed, though, that Lisa did a fabulous job!

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    2. Thank you Kelli! Really? I had no idea! That's a bummer to hear that she might be doing that.

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    3. Thanks Lindsay for sharing this. Its good to know where the original idea for this came from.

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  2. Love this design with the white and blues together! :)

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  3. this is gorgeous! love the subtle effect...

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  4. Amazing job, Lisa! This is strikingly cool :)

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    1. Thanks Liesl! I love it and might do it in another color later :)

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  5. Great design! I love the contrast of the blues and the striper looks really good! :)

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    1. Thank you! I'm really digging the stripper, great polish to do nail art with.

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  6. Yes girl i'm not blue about this!!

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  7. This looks so, SOOOO COOL!!!! :D

    I hope that you have a wonderful Christmas!! <3

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    1. Thanks Ashesela! Merry Christmas to you too :)

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  8. It's actually tripping my eyes out! They're trying to focus as if the white of your nails is a glare from a light source. :)
    Great job on those!

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    1. Thanks Beth! Its really eye catching right? I was like that too when I was looking at my nails, lol.

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  9. I love these nails!
    The colors match beautiful together!

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