Thursday, May 29, 2014

Guest Post from Victoria of Vic and Her Nails

Hello, everyone! Today I've got another guest post to share with you, this time from Victoria of Vic and Her Nails! I've known about Victoria's amazing work for awhile now and was really happy when she joined the Digital Dozen a few months ago. She's insanely talented with a detail brush and I'm always impressed by what she's able to paint. Today, I'm incredibly flattered to see that she's done a mani inspired by my header image! I just absolutely love how these turned out and I can't believe the amount of detail she put into these! Thanks so much, Vic! :) 
Hello all lovely readers of Wondrously Polished!

Victoria Oen from Vic and Her Nails here. I'm very happy and honoured to do a guest post for Lindsey today! She's one of my favourite nail bloggers and her nail art designs never fail to make my jaw drop. I really love her blog so it's very exciting that I'm posting on it! Thanks a lot, Lindsey!

Because I love this blog so much, I decided to create a nail art look that was inspired by Wondrously Polished blog header. These patterns are really fun to make and the colors look good together. I think I'd call this manicure "Wondrously Polished Skittles" hahhaha
I started with a coat of OPI Nail Envy as my base coat. Then I applied: three coats of Nicole by OPI "Daffy Dill" on my thumb; two coats of Skin Food "Milk Creamy Nail OR006" on my index finger; two coats of The Face Shop "GR506" on my middle finger; two coats of OPI "Eurso Euro" on my ring finger; and three coats of OPI "My Vampire Is Buff" on my little finger. After that I hand-painted the patterns using my detail brush, black acrylic paint, and white acrylic paint. Last, I topped it all off with Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Top Coat. 
That's it girls! Thank you for reading and I hope you all enjoyed this post. Again, thank you Lindsey for having me here.

If you want to see more of me and my nails, you can find me on Vic and Her Nails blog, Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.

God bless you