Tuesday, 30 June 2015

17 Nail Art Ideas With The New CND Contradictions Collection

I suppose you're wondering why seventeen ideas?  Well the truth is I was trying to quickly put some together for you before I had to give them back so this is what I came up with...!!  I shall go through what I used for colour pop, from left to right, all using CND Shellac.

  • Safety Pin with Naked Naivete over, carved.
  • Cerulean Sea and Amethyst Blast Additive.
  • Tartan Punk with Crystal Crush Additive.
  • Wisteria Haze with Whiteout Additive.
  • Peacock Plume with Locket Love centre and African Jade foil (search online for that)
  • Naked Naivete with Lecente Cluster at the cuticle fading into Lecente Milky Way.
  • Peacock Plume with Lecente Petrol Green Glitter.

  • Safety Pin with Peacock Plume chevrons.
  • Rouge Rite with Jaded Rebel.
  • Tartan Punk with Lecente Starlight over.
  • Peacock Plume with Steel Dreams over.
  • Naked Naivete with Midnight Revelry.

  • Peacock Plume with silver foil over and Tartan Punk detail.
  • Safety Pin with Tango Passion carved and Lecente Neptune over.
  • Naked Naivete with Antique Bronze Additive over.
  • Safety Pin with Tartan Punk over, carved.
  • Peacock Plume with tiny pieces of teal and purple foils.
So that's all I managed to do but I'm sure I will have plenty more designs with this collection, I truly adore every single shade and I've had so much excitement about the Additives being new and different to the rest.  

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