Friday, April 22, 2011

Shatter & Coconut Kiss

Hey ladies. This is basically another variation of a post I've done recently. This time it is in CG Coconut Kiss. I did a french tip on all fingers but the ring fingers and covered it in OPI Black Shatter. After that I underlined the french tip with a black acrylic paint. For the ring fingers I used the same purple and the same black but did some what of a linear design. It's simple and receives a plethora of comments. Enjoy !

xo ; Toyomi .


Joyce said...

Nice mani....very unique.

Nailderella said...

I understand you get many compliments on this mani, it's really beautiful!
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