Sunday, 11 May 2014

Rainbow Pips


It was only going to be a matter of time before Barry M Coconut got used as a nail art base. It really works well! This manicure uses 12 different Gelly polishes in total!

Naming a nail art post is an eternal struggle, and the little splodges here remind me of pips, so there you go! (plus I really like the word pip) I used a small nail art brush to paint on the rainbow of pips, and added a bit of sparkle with a top coat of Sally Hansen Silver Slingblade

If you'd like to know the 12 gellies I used, they are:

Index: Guava, Greenberry, Sugar Apple
Middle: Damson, Elderberry, Huckleberry
Ring: Satsuma, Mango, Papaya
Pinkie: Grapefruit, Dragonfruit, Rosehip (which you can hardly see!)

My thumb is just a repeat of my ring finger, not shown because it's a broken mess!



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14 comments

  1. That looks very nice!
    I really like the Gelly nail polishes by Barry M and Coconut is just so great!

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  2. This looks lovely, I love rainbow art on top of white polishes
    Megan x | MeganRoisinn | Giveaway

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  3. 12 Gellies in one post - that's amazing! I love the design you've come up with and the colours work so well together! Coconut is the perfect base too! :)

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  4. I love this! May well give it a shot next week if you don't mind an homage! Xx

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  5. I love the word pip too. This is really cute!

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  6. Love the name Rainbow Pips!
    Such a cool design, it looks pretty simple to do but is so effective - my fave!!

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  7. Very pretty :) Sweet yet no kitch. I like the topper too.

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  8. What a lovely colorful look! Your nails look even longer with a light base. I wouldn't have added that glittery top coat but the mani in itself is super fun.

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