July 11, 2013

Digit-al Dozen: Triangles on Triangles on Triangles!

So when I said I wasn't looking forward to taking off my '80s Inspired Taped Triangles, I wasn't joking. I wanted to do this overly complicated triangle pattern with striping tape [many millions of thanks to Little Miss Nailpolish, who has the most adorable blog name AND a very hand tutorial for how to set up your tape triangles here], and I was sad thinking about how I needed to slowly smudge off this awesomeness just to mostly cover something 'new' that wouldn't be seen that well. So instead, I just used what I had! Take a look!

Manicurity | Digit-al Dozen: Triangles on Triangles on Triangles! with Color Club Revvvolution
flash

Manicurity | Digit-al Dozen: Triangles on Triangles on Triangles! with Color Club Revvvolution
flash

Manicurity | Digit-al Dozen: Triangles on Triangles on Triangles! with Color Club Revvvolution
flash

Manicurity | Digit-al Dozen: Triangles on Triangles on Triangles! with Color Club Revvvolution
Ott lamp

Manicurity | Digit-al Dozen: Triangles on Triangles on Triangles! with Color Club Revvvolution
indirect Ott lamp

The top triangle pattern was done with just one coat of Color Club Revvvolution, which covered really impressively; nice flowy formula. My bottle is very linear, but the tiny triangles do not seem to be very holo. No matter, I love the deep grey peppered with silver sparks in it against the more exciting blue, purple, pink-ish, and oranges below! The other colors are same as yesterday - China Glaze Bahamian Escape (blue creme), Milani neons in Awesome Orange and Rad Purple. I was really very happy with this one, and it turns out maybe I don't hate striping tape as much as I thought - I definitely want to do tiny triangles like this again :p

Check out the other tape manis below!



22 comments:

  1. Love this!!! Beautiful nail idea :D
    Don't forget to check my giveaway!
    xoxo

    novelstyle.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  2. I HAVE to try this soon! It looks amazing, Revvvolution works so well with the colours underneath it!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Wow! I´ve just discovered your blog and I love it! This manicure is really wonderful.
    I invite you to visit my blog: Lillibit´s Nail Art World. Although I write in Spanish, I think nail art is an international language and the pictures do the talking. I´ll be really happy if you visit me and tell me if you like any of my manicures :-)
    Kisses from the south of Spain!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Ahhhh the 80's when Don Johnson and pink and teal ruled the world!!!

    ReplyDelete
  5. This is so amazing! Great mani!

    ReplyDelete
  6. This looks UH-MAZING! It reminds me of the ball on New Years Eve :)

    ReplyDelete
  7. What a fab recycling idea. Looks great!

    ReplyDelete
  8. These are stunning!!! I love your version of it!!! I'm so happy my tutorial was useful to you! Thank you so much for the shout-out too! <3

    ReplyDelete

I LOVE comments! But pretty please don't leave a link to your blog or website - if there's something you want me to check out, tweet me @manicurity, say hi on my Facebook page, or email me at: manicurity (at) gmail (dot) com. Comments with unrelated links are considered spam and will be deleted.

Thanks!