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Showing posts with label Black Light Polish. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Black Light Polish. Show all posts

Thursday, October 28, 2010

A VERY quick & dirty Blacklight mani............................

So after doing my kitty claws with the blacklight mani (see most recent post) I wanted to play some more. I was running out of time last night, and just decided to try it with a Konad. I started by painting my nails, black, then did a coat of OPI DS Original, topped that off with 1 coat of the Blacklight polish. After that all dried, I Konaded with my Sinful black, and did the houndstooth design. I did attempt to put a coat of SV over it all, but it totally EFFED up the design, and smeared the blacklight polish all over the nail FAIL!! So I had to re-do them, and just forget about it being shiny. Oh well, it's still so much fun.

It did come out messier than I normally like, but it was just a quick trial. The whole thing took me around 20 min.

In the regular light


This is what was seen in the black light


Ta-da!! Hope you guys enjoy this!

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

MEEEEOOOOWWWWW.....................

So for Halloween I am going to be a kitty. I have found my PUUURRRRFECT mani! The hubbs and I have 4, 5 feet tall black lights, that will be present at our party on Sat.

Here is what you see, in normal light. I used Sinful's Black on Black, Sally Hansen Byte and Cabaret Blacklight Magic polish



















Then, when the partay begins, everyone will be seeing.............MY CLAWS!!!
(my camera was not happy with how much it was glowing, they really do look amazing IRL)






















MEEEOOOOOWWWW!!!!

Friday, September 3, 2010

Black Light Polish.........1 word AWESOME!

So I was at Rite Aid about 2 weeks ago and saw these little cuties. I'm such a sucker for novelty items, epesh when it comes to polish! Well I was so excited to try out the Black Light Magic polish.




So I put a different color on 4 nails NOTE:the polish on my nails is NOT the pumpkins in the picture above. They are too sheer. So left to right I used : Sally Hansen Pronto Petal, Sally Hansens Blue Blast, Color Club Pucci-Licious & Sally Hansen Jumpin' Jade. I then put just 1 coat of the Black Light polish on them.
no flash

flash

So I went upstairs and got 1 of our 4ft tall black lights, and tested them out. OMG, I am actually shocked as to how well it worked!!! As you can tell, it doesn't matter what polish, if any, you use as a base, they all glow the same!


Alright, that's all for now, my daughter is having a sleepover, and I need to make dinner. I just had to show you guys.
XOXO