Monday, September 2, 2013

The Digit-al Dozen Does It Again: Blue

Wow! Can you believe it? The Digit-al Dozen is celebrating it's one year anniversary by going through all 12 themes again! This is The Digit-al Dozen Does It Again! 12 full days of Digit-al Dozen nail art! Plus our September Spectacular Giveaway (click link or visit badge on sidebar to enter).

Now onto some nail art! Please excuse the nubbins, stress and anxiety lead me to file my nails down.


This time around I am trying new-to-me techniques! So this is a needle marble, well, a toothpick marble to precise. :) Very fun and very easy, will have to try it again!

I used OPI My Boyfriend Scales Walls as my base with OPI Unfor-Greta-Bly Blue (the gorgeous shimmery one), and Catrice No Snow Petrol. Topped off with HK Girl Top Coat.


I added more polish on my ring finger to create more of an accent nail and to let Unfor-Greta-Bly Blue to really shine! It's gorgeous!

Have you tried this technique before?

 

Don't forget to check out the other ladies and their blue manis! Also, don't forget to enter our September Spectacular Giveaway! (badge on the sidebar)

30 comments:

  1. I really need to get Unfor-greta-bly Blue.

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  2. Came out fab! - I really love this. I have nubs right now too - seems they just went following a month of crappie diet and a bad sunburn - on to eating healthy again and making sure I have sunscreen with me in the car at all times...

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  3. I've never heard of needle-marbling. Thank you for introducing me to it! Will try xx
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  4. Ooooh I like this! :D Awesome blue challenge :) The times I tried marbling like this I ended up with a mess,

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    1. Thank you so much! I surprised my actually worked out! :)

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  5. This came out perfectly!! Makes me want to do one!

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  6. Awesome....another method I haven't tried yet...one of these days!

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  7. I need to try this menthod, but honestly it scares me! I love this a lot!

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    1. Thanks! It scared me too! But it was way easier than it looks!

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  8. Awesome and looks very funny to do :)

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  9. These are spectacular! I haven't mastered this technique at all, but I admire the way it looks on everyone else :D

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    1. Thanks! I don't think I've mastered it yet either, but I'll keep practicing! :)

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