I decided that as I have had darker and more vibrant colours on lately I wanted something that looked light, clean, and fresh. Since I had China Glaze Snow sitting in my untrieds, I thought I would make use of it. I put on two coats of Snow, the formula was OK but whites can tend to be a little streaky and this was no different. It did even out nicely though. After letting it dry I added a coat of China Glaze Fairy Dust, and it did look rather pretty just as it was then, but I wanted to add a little something extra, so out came the fauxnad plates. I used a konad dark navy blue stamping polish (I'm sorry I don't know the name of it, it came in a kit) and used a design with really pretty flowers in an almost filigree type pattern. I then finished off with a blue shimmer top coat. This top coat I actually frankened but the nearest to buy would be CND Effects Sapphire Sparkle.
I only wish the sun had come out for me, as I haven't been able to capture the lovely blue shimmer, and the sparkle of the fairy dust, but it did turn out to be a really pretty manicure that looks way better on me than I thought it would. I even had a compliment from my boyfriend who said 'oh white, wow I'm not used to seeing pale colours, well, not on you anyway'. Now I come to think of it, I'm not sure that was actually a compliment. Oh well, I'm taking it as one anyway! I hope you like how it turned out, as usual the pics are click-able for detail should you wish.
That's really pretty. Fairy Dust lifts the white and your colour combination is perfect.
I love this design. I have used this print several times. I love Fairy Dust too!!! It really brings out the base color!
this is a really pretty design! i love the colours too
Really pretty love fairydust too especially over a creme white or black :)
This is really pretty! It reminds me of a china teacup set (:
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