Here's a link to the video: Does Nail Art Prove That Anything Can Be a Canvas for Artistic Expression?
I showed the video to my husband, and I was surprised that he actually liked several of the pictures of the nail art on other blogs. He liked a gorgeous green water marble on Colette's blog:
|Image from Colette's blog, My Simple Little Pleasures, in her post on her Extreme Green Water Marble.|
She used these colors: China Glaze Paper Chasing, China Glaze Jolly Holly, Sally Hansen Emerald City, Savvy Andrea's Mint, and China Glaze White on White.
Colette has many step-by-step pictures of the process on the post, and she has a tutorial video in that same post also. You can see the post here.
My husband also liked the oh-so-pretty bandana gradient nails on Sarah's blog, Chalkboard Nails:
|Image from Sarah's blog, Chalkboard Nails, in her post on her Bandana Gradient Nails.|
She used OPI Manicurist of Seville, L'Oreal Haute Couture
and stamped with Konad Special Polish White using Shany plate SH20.
There was another picture he liked, but I cannot identify the source. If any of you can let me know where the image of the polka dot pointed nails comes from on the internet, I would appreciate it.
Seeing other bloggers try out stamping and dotting and other nail art techniques is making me build up the courage to try it myself. I see myself getting stamping plates soon! If any of you can highly recommend any brand of nail stamping plates (or warn me to stay away from any brands) and give me tips on where to buy them as inexpensively as possible, I would appreciate it so much!
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