Dance Legend Enamel Glass 1056 and 1057 swatch, review, nail art
Hello! Wow we are having beautiful weather out here in the Pacific Northwest! Makes it hard to stay inside to work on my blog post! How about you?
Yesterday I showed you three pretties from the Anna Gorelova Dance Legend collection and today's nail art uses two of the Glass shades combined on a base of one of the shades from yesterday! Made a perfect trio!
Enamel Glass 1056 on tips Enamel Glass 1057 on nail bed. Base is Anna Gorelova Snow Maiden
Dance Legend Enamel Glass 1057 - a blue teal highly pigmented jelly.
Dance Legend Enamel Glass 1056 - a green leaning aqua jelly
When I saw these two shades swatched all I could think of was tropical waters so of course I created a design with a simple wave.
I have 3 coats of Dance Legend Snow Maiden that had fully dried, then I used KBShimmer Nail Vinyls for the wave and 2 coats of each Glass shade. They have a great formula and went on easily, still some transparency with 2 coats so you can see the glitter and holo bits from the base shade. They have a super, glassy finish but I top coated to smooth out where the vinyl had been and the top coat did diminish the holo of Snow Maiden. I do love this simple look though!
Dance Legend Enamel Glass are $7.00 available at dance-legend.com and stockists (listed on website)
Gorgeous look! I swatched some DL Glass shades last week and on their own I wasn't convinced since I had VNL after 3 coats so I figured they would work better for nail art and I can see the do! These came out gorgeous and I love that you can see the base through them!ReplyDelete
Simple mani with a very cool looking effect!ReplyDelete
Cute nail art!ReplyDelete
I'm so in love with these!!! Gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
They are beautiful and look terrific in the nail art!!ReplyDelete