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Thursday, May 13, 2010

I sponged myself some rock 'n roll fingers!

Dear Lacqueristas,

Welcome to my new layout, and thanks to those who gave me feedback! Like I said, the main reason is that my previous cazy mexican dancefloor layout was so colorfull that I didn't even know where to look. I hope this new layout will result in an easier to read blog! And don't worry, *I didn't change* lol!
I would love to get more feedback and I consider your input. Lacqueristas united!!! :-P

Now, look what I've done to OPI's Panda-monium Pink:
I used Panda-monium pink as a base (3 coats) and I topped off the tips with H&'M Moonless Night (a black polish with silver shimmer, similar to Chanel Noir Ceramique and Catrice 320 Back To Black. I used a regurlar sponge (the one you would wash your dishes with) to create a gradient effect between thos colors. If you guys want I will post a tutorial soon.
I also added a lil Konad vine (M39) using Konad special Polish.

I think it's not bad for a first time sponging. I love the combination of pale, naughty pink with the strict black. Very rock 'n roll to me! (please don't comment that it looks like I have been diggin' dirt!)

What do you all think?

Hasta la vista, Laqueristas!

17 comments:

jaljen said...

Looks fierce! How about a near-black over a hot pink? The variations are endless. Those little sponges that you find in eyeshadow palettes are good for this.

Spaceinvaders said...

Pretty! I use those regular sponges too and it works very well!

Jen said...

I love sponging...I usually use those makeup sponges that are triangle shaped, they are only like $1.50 for 10 so its nice and cheap.

Stiletto said...

that is the hotness!!!

Natalia said...

Tutorial! tutorial! we want the tutorial,pleeeeeeeeeeease!!!!!!!!!!!!
(I'd appreciate if you also give tips and tricks for clumsy people like me :P)
Thanks for all the ideas!

Laquerista said...

@ Jaljen, thats a GREAT tip, thanks!
@ Spaceinvadors, Thanks! I know, I use them for everything!
@Jen, Good tip but I have never seen them that cheap here...
@Stiletto, Rock on ^^
X

Lady C. said...

This is definitely cute! ...Cute's not the right word for it. But, I do think it's a great look for your nails. Also, there are other sponges, craft store ones, that are great for this sort of thing, too!

LisaInFL said...

looks cool!

laura said...

Love this!

Rubinha said...

amazing :D

SweetR said...

Wow awesome :O

Lucy said...

Ooh I like, a tutorial would be great x

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ShortAndSweetNails said...

This reminds me of something ....of a magnet picking up metal...LOL IDK how to describe it but I love it basically. :)

Midge said...

ooooo love this! looks sexy. you should revisit this for a v-day look!

Elena said...

Looks great! Waiting for the tutorial!

IK said...

Wow this looks awesome. I really like the combination and the look. I would love to see the tutorial for this :)

Lacquer Ware for Tips and Toes said...

I love the sponge technique! MY PACKAGE ARRIVED! Yay! I pm'd you on MUA. Thank you so VERY much! :)

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