July 9, 2013

Digit-al Dozen Does Tape Manis: Crazy Circus Shapes

Today I went wild with striping tape - shapes and colors and lines, oh my! If nothing else this skittle set of stripey patterns served as a great crash-course in working with striping tape. I feel the teensiest bit more confident about placing it now. Anyhoo, check out my colorful nails!





First I used butterLondon Nail Foundation (sheer beige), then a quick layer of OPI Don't Touch My Tutu (sheer white) on all nails for a sheered out natural nail look that isn't gross and stained like my real nails are. Then I used striping tape and did different designs on all my nails. I painted in all the different section with a rainbow of polishes and ended up with this sort of crazy circus of shapes and colors! I don't know that I love it so much as a mani all on one hand, but my Boyfriend likes it, so that's nice :P

Now peep the other tape manis for today!


10 comments:

  1. Wow awesome tape manicure! I love how each nail is different from one another :)

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  2. Beautiful, love all the patterns and colours! X

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  3. Loving the negative tape space - wish I'd thought of that!

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  4. So fun! I am loving the ring finger the best!

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  5. Very pretty look...I love all the bright colors!!

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  6. Amazing! Pure love! Great choices of colours and am loving how you put them together creating this masterpiece! Love them! ♥

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  7. Now this is one wild, crazy & creative tape mani (not that I'd expect anything less of your creative self) :)

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  8. Wow, this is absolutely gorgoeus!! I wish I had nerves for that. :)

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