Sep 17, 2013

The tri-polish challenge day 25: Concentric dots


Hi my lovelies! How are you?
The third Tuesday of September is here, and you know what that means... It's time for a new edition of the Tri polish Challenge!! As you already know this Challenge consists in doing 4 manicures with three mandatory colours and optional addition of black, white, silver, gold and glitter toppers, for the rules and if you'd like to join us, click here. This month the mandatory colours are Pink, lilac and Blue, and to represent each of them I've chosen: Dior Capeline, Essie She's picture perfect and Claire's blue with no name or number (don't you hate when that happens?)







For my first mani of the month I've done a crazy dotticure! It's a really easy mani and it's worth trying this out. I started with two coats of Dior Capeline and using the back of my cleaning brush I've made some big dots, but also some smaller ones, varying all the mandatory colours plus China Glaze Snow, (white is allowed in the Challenge). Then using my large and medium dotting tools I've applied some dots inside the bigger ones, and some dots inside those other dots, giving the "concentric dots" effect.

I've topped it all with one coat of sechevite to get the smooth finish, and that was it! Really easy.
What do you think of this dotticure? Too messy? or find it kinda cool?
Please, don't forget to pay a visit to the other participants to see their creations!
Love,
Nati
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22 comments

  1. Salut Nati, whether messy nor "kinda cool" describes this aptly I find - what about drop dead gorgeous???? Just beautiful??? So funky (yes funky as it reminds me of dresses of the sixties/early seventies)????? You amaze again and again with stunning creativity and how you make your ideas come to life on your nails!!! Have a wonderful day ma biche - Bisous xxx

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    1. Merci Christine! Your comments are always so sweet and cheery :)

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  2. This was really cool, it's really crazy and fun, and really brightens up the day! I really like that kind of nail art, the ones that make me happy just by looking at it! :)

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    1. Thank you Gelic! We do need a little colour here because in Switzerland we're having awful grey days :)

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  3. Capeline looks gorgeous all on its own, but gooooosh, the whole nail art just looks incredible! :-)

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    1. Thank you Melissa, I appreciate your comment :)

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  4. Te robo ese azul de Claires es una belleza, el mani te quedó muy bien. profesional, no olvides hacer lago especial para Halloween

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    1. hola Andrea! Claro haré algo para Halloween, estoy preparando 5 manicuras para halloween y un makeup para los ojos especial Halloween!! pero habrá que esperar hasta octubre :)

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    2. estupendo lo estaré esperando.

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  5. These nails belong in an art museum! (: They're gorgeous.

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    1. Thank you for your nice comment Kagome :)

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  6. I love how funky this is! It almost makes me think of retro! The colours you chose are great together, this is so fun and snazzy :) xx

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    1. Hi Ithi, thank you so much, you're right it's a little retro-looking!
      xx

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  7. I think that these dots are not too messy at all... they are really cool! :-)

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    1. Thank you Tatjana! If you-master-of-dotticures say so I feel really flattered! :)

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  8. Way toooo cute !! Love all the colors and btw, the dots are NOT messy at all :)

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  9. Love the sixty-esque vibe it has =)

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  10. it looks so cool! I love the concentric dots!

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  11. J'adore ces couleurs c'est super joli!!!Comme d'habitude!!!

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