Thursday, December 11, 2014

Non-traditional colorful jelly trees

This was one of the easiest nail art manis I have done, in a long time,  I came up with this idea, when I saw these Incoco Nail Strips.  I was hoping I had a dark green jelly in my stash, but it turns out that I do not!  After I recovered from the shock, I browsed through my mini jelly collection and  decided to draw these colorful trees.  I used a smaill brush to make these triangles, but since jellies are really easy to work with, I think this can be done with a toothpick.  They look really nice in real life, because the holographic glitters seem like twinkling tree lights.







Layering Order:
Chanel Protective Basecoat
2 coats Claire's Sun-sation
1 coat Poshe Fast Drying Basecoat
1 coat Loreal Berry Nice (index and pinky)
1 coat L'oreal Miss Pixie (middle only)
1 coat L'oreak Jolly Lolly (index only)
Glitter Stars
Poshe Fast Drying Basecoat
Deborah Lippmann Addicted to Speed

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