Thursday, June 7, 2012

Neon Spun Sugar Nails

Hey y'all!  After playing with the spun sugar technique with metallics last week I thought I'd give it another try.  This time with NEONS!  Neons are the hottest thing right now.  I am REALLY hoping to get my hands on the new China Glaze Summer Neons collection soon, they're awesome!!!!

Anyhoo, back to my neon spun sugar nails.  I did a background of Wet and Wild Black Cream and my neons were china Glaze Pool Party, NK Yellow, Spoiled Permission to Proceed, Sinful Colors Why Not?, and Ruby Kisses Look at Me Purple.


I have a feeling these would look pretty bad ass under a black light!!!!  


 I am really loving the spun sugar technique, I have several different color combos I want to try.  Thanks for stopping by, XOXO!  

13 comments:

  1. this looks really awesome!
    how do you make the clean line between where the nail polish ends and the cuticle begins?

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    1. Thank you! :) I found this "how to" a while back and it has really helped me get better at not making a huge mess. http://www.lacquerized.com/2010/05/how-to-how-i-paint-my-nails.html I also use pure acetone and a small angle tip make up brush for my clean up around my cuticles. It gives a much neater clean up as apposed to a Q-tip.

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    2. ohh ok! cool! thanks i will have to try. i try the q-tips but wind up giving up bc it only helps on the actual cuticles! thanks

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  2. Haha. Wait until you see my next post. Great minds think alike. I love it.

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  3. If you live near a Sally's check them out - the one near me had the Summer Neons! And this is so awesome, I absolutely love it!

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  4. You are kicking butt with the spun sugar technique! Love it! :)

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  5. Love this look! I love how different this technique can look depending on how thick you go with lines.

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  6. Amber, this is FREAKING AWESOME! Totally pinning it =]!

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  7. I absolutely love this style! I definitely want to recreate it sometime... I'll have to find a tutorial :)

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Thanks for stopping by today, I would love to hear any comments or questions you may have! :)