29 June 2014

Pink with Tinsley'd Tips

Hello, my beauties!

You know what's awesome about moving to a new country? Catching all their new and different germs. :P I've had about ten colds since January, it seems!! But it won't stop me painting my nails...




I know, so much pink on this blog lately! Not sure what's gotten into me. But I really wanted to use the beautiful Zoya Tinsley again, and I used it to dab some gradient tips on top of two coats of Revlon #280 Bubbly. I love how it looks orangey in the bottle, but pink and even purpleish here when sponged on like this. The glassflecky sparkles are rosier than the sheer base :)


To accent them, I just used some little teardrop- and flower-shaped rhinestones from a random pack of gems I found at a craft store years ago. I think they were called "ice chips", hehe. You could totally find something similar on eBay or the like!

Topcoated with KBShimmer Clearly On Top.


Sadly, it was rainy and dark out the whole time I wore these, so I only got indoor shots. The best variety I can show you is one without flash...

Tinsley's more peachy nature emerges.

Gradient glitter/shimmer tips seem to be a go-to for me when I have no grand plan in mind. It's quick, easy, pretty, and can prolong the life of a solid-colour mani that might be showing some tipwear. Do you have a go-to nail look you can slap on when you're in a hurry?

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