May 11, 2012

The Hungry Asian - Sneeze Breeze Tips

I just posted about my wonderful new haul of The Hungry Asian polishes yesterday, and the first polish I was dying to use was Sneeze Breeze. I've admired it from afar since I discovered it almost a year ago when I first got into nail polish, nail blogs, and frankening. It's my favorite shade of blue and it's matte - yum! So I did alternating fingers in blue and black and I sponged a little bit of Sneeze Breeze onto the ends. And for an accent finger I did an almost 'braided' tape mani; blue first, taped and then painted some black, taped again and painted with some Sneeze Breeze. 

The Hungry Asian Sneeze Breeze

The Hungry Asian Sneeze Breeze

The Hungry Asian Sneeze Breeze

The Hungry Asian Sneeze Breeze

The Hungry Asian Sneeze Breeze

The little matte glitters can be really rough if you don't put top coat on; I didn't put an top coat on for this mani because I wanted to leave them more matte seeming, and I removed it before experimenting and adding any tc. I haven't used Floam yet, but I had the same issue I've heard others talk about with clean up - the baby glitters get stuck on my skin when trying to get it off, so there are some stray glitters noticeable in the above pictures.

FYI: the black is Wet n Wild Black Creme - a one-coat wonder forreal and the bright blue is Essence Let's Get Lost (*almost* a one coater, but really a two)

10 comments:

  1. I love, love, love this manicure! It looks amazing! I have Sneeze Breeze and it was a bit of a pain to apply but this is a way it looks fabulous! I'm going to try this!

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  2. this is wonderful- your NAILS!!! OMG they are glorious!!

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  3. This is so awesome!! I just swatched Sneeze Breeze but I'm dying to do something fun like yours!

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  4. These combos are perfection!!! Great job :)

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  5. I really need to click checkout on my cart at etsy. I love this!

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