Thursday 29 May 2014

Less Than or More Than?

Hello! I just want to take a second to address something before I get on with the post. I have asked before (there is also a little note under my comment box!) but it still continues. I'd be so grateful if people could not leave links in the comment section of my posts. Trust me, no blogger will appreciate or tolerate that. It's not that I don't want to see your blog (I do!) I just don't want advertising links on my blog. If you want me to look, by all means email me and I'll be happy to! But please, no more links. Thank you!

Okay, on to the post! This is the design I wore to the Coty Nail Event in London. I remember seeing the design on a stamp (I think!) but sadly I don't own it, so I did it by hand instead!

I wasn't sure what to call this, I suppose it's sort of an Aztec-esque print, but the little arrows reminded me of the less than < and more than > symbols! I started with a base of OPI My Boyfriend Scales Walls, then taped off some sections with striping tape and filled them in with OPI Life Gave Me Lemons. It's another foray into the neutral and neon trend which I love so much! I actually managed to do it semi-well on my right hand too, I was impressed!

I painted the arrows and dots using black acrylic paint and finished with top coat. Actually, I forgot to top coat my little by the time I'd got to the event, the pattern had washed off that nail. Oops!



  1. I love the simplicity of these! The neon stripes work really well too! :)

  2. This is such a fresh mani, I love the addition of the neon yellow stripe, it really adds something different. Stunning as usual!! x

  3. I really like this, Im right into triangles :)

  4. Love the subtle neon! So much fun

  5. Perfect :) I'll tryt it soon :)

  6. Love the placement of the stripes as well as the colors.
    Beautiful mani! <3

  7. These look so cool, love the neon pop of color!


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