Friday, February 15, 2013

Pink Love Nail Art with China Glaze Avant Garden - Digit-al Dozen Week Love and Heartbreak

Hello!!
A late night post for me! Getting my last Digit-al Dozen Love and Heartbreak week mani in!! I used 4 China Glazes from the Spring Avant Garden Collection. China Glaze® Avant Garden will be available March 2013. Individual shades retail for $7; 6-piece collections retail for $42. China Glaze® is free of DBP, toluene, and added formaldehyde.

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 This was the first step to the mani. I've never actually painted on freehand like this before. It created a bold and easy look! Almost a shame to cover it up! I used the 3 pinks, obviously ;)
 From left to right: China Glaze - Pink-ie Promise, Snap My Dragon, Dandy Lyin' Around, and Life is Rosy in the front.
 These 3 pinks all have a great formula and applied easily. I used 1-2 coats for each.

 One photo above to show you before top coating.



Definitely like the finished look. Sweet for sure. 

Have a great night everyone!
~Victoria 

*Products provided for review. 


  

10 comments:

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    Passa lá você vai gostar.
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  2. I love them, and the ones with the hearts remind me of love letters :)

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  3. The finished look is lovely. The freehand part is neat as well, even if you decided to leave it at that step I think it looks really good.

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  4. It looks like wrapped Valentine's day present :)

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  5. When you added hearts it looked so cuuuteee... But I have to admit that I prefer the first version freehand lines, such a beautiful combination of colours! :-)

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