Here is another post using some of the polishes from OPI’s Nordic Collection for Fall 2014. I am honestly really loving all of the colors in this collection, and I thought these three would look good together. This is semi-inspired by Mr. Candiipants and my Modcloth-inspired mani.
I used OPI Can’t A-Fjord Not To (coral/orange), Thank Glogg It’s Friday! (berry), and OPI With a Nice Finn-ish (gold). All of them were pretty pigmented and great to work with for nail art.
I’ve already got a few more queued posts using this collection, and I just got Essie’s fall collection in the mail, so expect to see some of that soon! All of these amazing fall colors are making me wish for sweater weather even more!
Getting real creative with the post titles over here – can you tell?
I really liked my last skittle mani, so I tried it again. Only with fewer colors. I definitely like this better. Having seen approximately a million skittle (or kitchen sink – whatever you want to call them) manis over the past few years, I’ve learned that I like skittle manis that pick either an animal print or a floral and mix it in with geometric patterns. I love how they look together (and not just on my nails).
Here I used a base of Sally Hansen Ion and then painted the designs using OPI Don’t Talk Bach to Me and OPI Incognito in Sausalito (I can’t believe I almost passed on that one).
Have you tried skittle manis? Any tricks, or pattern combinations that you like?
This is my attempt at a skittle mani. I may have used too many colors, but I think it turned out ok. I’m not completely sold on the color combo, but it is definitely something a little different for me. Also – believe it or not – this is my first leopard print! I can’t believe I’ve never done one before.
I used Sinful Colors Snow Me White, OPI Black Onyx, OPI Jade is the New Black, China Glaze Fade into Hue, and Sephora by OPI Hippo to be Square.
I think I need a little more practice with skittles – and maybe to try one with two or three colors instead of five – but this isn’t bad for my first shot. I do think the leopard print turned out surprisingly well – I wasn’t expecting my first try to actually resemble leopard spots. What do you think?