Today I want to share my spider web mani inspired by MySimpleLittlePleasures and NailStory They both had great spider web manis and used different techniques. Colette used a water marble and NailStory used the toothpick method. I also used the toothpick method, otherwise known as the "dry marble" technique, where you take a toothpick and blend the colors. The effect was a little more dramatic than I wanted but still turned out pretty neat. Its great if you want a similar effect without using water or a quick dramatic Halloween look.
I also had to sweeten it up and try the candy corn manicure inspired by Brook. I used WnW white, Sunkist Paradise (orange) and Essence Sundancer.
hello enamel girl :)ReplyDelete
Good to see your getting into the halloween spirit lol.
i really like the spider web mani,
ill have to give it a try :)
Thanks for sharing
From claire over at http://missyelpington.blogspot.com/
Wow!That is very nice they came out great. I always mess up and cant get them all to look the same.ReplyDelete
Oh my Lord this is just drool-worthy!!! I must try this technique...ReplyDelete
Love em ! Actually I like ALL your halloween looks so farReplyDelete
WOW! Just wow.ReplyDelete
thanks ladies :)ReplyDelete
@Shadow, i messed up also but i thought it was still okay to post. the good thing about the look is that mistakes are hard to find.
@Freshie, it's super easy and fast to do.
@Gigi, awww thanks so much dear. Halloween is such a fun time of the year. i'm glad i had a chance to play around with different looks :)
They both look AWESOME!!!! :DReplyDelete
thanks Brooke =)ReplyDelete
Yay for dry marble! I think the contrast is lovely! Have to try it!ReplyDelete
I LOVE the dry marble technique! And yours is the best I've seen, WOW!ReplyDelete
your blog is a dream, do not have a nail that I do not like here, where are all wonderful, you are very creative and you are the best of the bests, congratulations.ReplyDelete
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Really cool! Loved this new marbling idea!ReplyDelete
the webs came out AWESOME! nice job!ReplyDelete
you've got such a perfect result with a spider web! Thanx for link to my blog!ReplyDelete
Awe and candy corn mani looks so sweet and bright! :D
I love both of these...the candy corn mani is so yummy looking and the spider web is absolutely AWESOME! I have got to try a toothpick method as I usually use a slim paintbrush and don't have nearly as nice as an effect. Love these!ReplyDelete
Oh, no! Not to dramatic at all! It should be shown with a flare! It's fun. :) Candy corn nails; that's cute!!!ReplyDelete
thanks so much for your wonderful comments. i hope you ladies have a fun Halloween tomorrow!!!ReplyDelete
@MyMakeUpMania, thank you but i like your result much more :)
@LWTT, i've never tried the brush method but the toothpick is really easy and super fast.
@Kimberly, thank you. the candy corns are fun. i was thinking about doing the same mani for my daughter just for giggles.
@Loucas por Konad. thank you. you are too kind.
that is one hardcore spiderweb of awesomeness. very nice, indeed :)ReplyDelete
love it... happy halloween sweetyReplyDelete
That spiderweb manicure looks great!!ReplyDelete
The first mani is so beautiful!!ReplyDelete
The spiderwebs are great!ReplyDelete
Really love the spiderweb! I'd love to try this with a whole bunch of different color combos.ReplyDelete
WOW amazing spiderweb mani!ReplyDelete