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. 


  

Comments

  1. Oi flor vim te convidar para participar do sorteio que está rolando lá no blog.
    Passa lá você vai gostar.
    Meninas tem sorteio da Néctar com o blog um super kit, vamos participar.
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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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