Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Digit-al Dozen Fashion Week - Sequined Sweater Nal Art with Yves Saint Laurent

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Hello! Day two for Digit-al Dozen Fashion Week. I decided to stay close to home for this one, and create nail art to match a sweater I own. It's not just any sweater though. It's the most expensive sweater I have ever purchased!! In fact, I felt a little sick after I clicked the "buy" button for this one. Yet I've worn it multiple times and I'm always happy when I'm wearing it. Worth it? Probably :)



 I used YSL Gris Deco for my base. It's lighter than my actual sweater, but I wanted to use it anyway. It's my first YSL polish, and my first time using it. I was not disappointed. Three coats for full opacity and a very nice formula. It was purchsed by me from Sephora.com.
 The circle glitters are from bornprettystore.com and previously reviewed. I love them! They are easy to work with and fun to use.



A last look at my inspiration!

Be well!
~Victoria
Now let's see what the others made today:



16 comments:

  1. I like this one so much... it is so cute and creative. Well done! :-)

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  2. This is looks soooo awesome!! The stripes are perfect and are so blingy ;)

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  3. Obviously I need to know who makes that sweater! I love these nails!

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  4. love this! what a great way to do stripes!

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  5. Definitely a good buy. The mani is fabulous too! can we get a pic of you wearing the sweater?

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  6. Beautiful! I love that you used something from your own wardrobe for inspiration!! =)

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  7. i am loving the fashion week of the digit-al dozen.

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  8. I like circle glitters, sometimes you need a lot of patience but at the end it's worth it! Beautiful manicure! :-)

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  9. You have the patience of a saint. Everything is perfecting lined up!

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  10. Both the sweater and nail art are gorgeous!

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