I have received a few complaints from IRL friends about my blog layout and background, so I decided to change it to a more reader-friendly version. I take suggestions very seriously, especially coming from the people who I appreciate the most. So there, I hope Sue and K can read it now =D
Moving on, to this little nail art and nail polish. I have been trying to 'nail it' with the sugar skulls lately, but I am still practicing. My nail art skills are not as they used to be, since I haven't been doing it as often. It really depends on the brush and the time that you put into it, but also on how frequently you practice. I love free-hand work, and I'm trying to do more on the weekends, when I get free time.
This nail polish seemed appropriate. If you haven't seen these yet, they have a really nice cap with a skull (a la Dia de los Muertos) on the end or the tip of the cap. The box is really nice too. My only problem was the brush. It is extremely thin. I wasn't able to tell if the formula was good or not, because the brush wouldn't let me pick up enough nail polish. I ended up struggling for 3 coats. The color is gorgeous though, and very shiny. I'll have to try more from the brand, to see if this was a bad joke, or a bad brush.
3 coats Urban Decay Pulp Fiction Mrs. Mia Wallace (except rong)
3 coats Mac Vestral White (ring)
Illamasqua Harem & Radium dots (flower eyes)
Illamasqua Poke dots (eyes)
Illamasqua Jo'mina and Dare To Wear Coral Carnation (nose)
Wet & Wild Black Creme and Urban Decay Mrs. Mia Wallace (mouth)
Dior Gel Coat