Monday, July 6, 2015

Bestie twin nails with @polished_ink!

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Hey y'all! Today on the blog I have some bestie twin nails to share with you! I have one scheduled bestie twin nails collaboration each month, though lately I have been twinning with lots of great nail artists! I just love the chance to collaborate with others to further my skill and make friends. This month I got to pair up with @polished_ink and she had the idea to recreate these Kiss press ons that her daughter saw at the store and fell in love with. 



Here's my solo shot from the twin nails that we did. I used Shinespark Yuppie Yellow, Pumped Pink, Outrageous Orange, and Bouncin' Blue along with Rainbow Honey Neon Yoshimi for this mani. I stamped over the gradient using UberChic 3-03 to emulate the image on one of the press ons. I really loved how bright these turned out! 



And that concludes June's bestie twin nails! What do you think of this mani?

Thanks for reading!
Love, 
Pish 

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20 comments:

  1. I absolutely adore these! A combination of a lot of my favourite things! GORGEOUS!

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  2. They look great, Pish!! You both nailed that design, great job!

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  3. Very pretty! I love the gradient nail!

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  4. Super pretty! I love the gradient and stamping combination!

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  5. I love your interpretation of the design on the press ons. This is a great Summer manicure!

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  6. I think its bright and really fun! They play off each other nicely. overall... loving it!

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  7. These are so cute!!! Love the similarities but that they are also uniquely different :D

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  8. You did such a great job on these! Love the ring finger!

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  9. This is so bright and summery and fun!

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  10. Even though there is a lot going on its really cohesive! Love it!

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  11. Super cute, I like the gradient plus stamping combo

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