.....lol - its my first try♥
I used alot of polish's for this look, The colours are posted below. So far these lil' beads are holding on, even though I only set them into my wet top coat, the last mani i did with the hex glitter took forever to get off, so now I am -only- applying top cot over embellishments if I am going to wear my nail art for a few days.....
Below are gold 4 leaf clovers I made with heart shaped glitter pieces I found at the Dollar Store After applying top coat, added a small dot of more Top Coat to stick these gold hearts to my nail. I will have to try painting clovers on my nails.... it is just 2 dots joined together with a V/point...... will have to do some painted on clovers in the future.
The base polish is Icing ( by Claire's ) Manic Monday, a dark green that was good to go in two coats. It dried very shiny on its own but is shown here with a coat of TC.
wtfudge----- where did that piece of fluff come from?
The colours of my rainbow are; Art Deco - Hot Pink, Claire's - Neon Burst, Sally Hansen XW - Mellow Yellow, Billie - Green Meadows, Sally Hansen XW - Blue me Away, China Glaze - Spontaneous
I used this tiny brush I purchased at The Dollar-Rama to apply the polish for my rainbow. I put a dot of each colour onto a piece of tin foil, it was very easy......
Here is how I made the pot of gold. I used a franken polish that is a dark mossy green... the shape of the cauldren is two oblong circles. I added a gold polish to the area where my micro beads would be placed,
Then using a stark white polish, I created a base for the rainbow - although this is not curved enough to be a real rainbow..... using the white as a base ensured that the polish's I chose would be much brighter then if layered over the dark green polish.
Then using my tiny Dollar-Rama brush I applied the rainbow colours
Then applied a top coat to the area I applied the gold polish to, and sprinkled on the gold micro-beads. I gently pressed them into the wet polish. I did not apply Top Coat to the micro-beads,
The 4 leaf clovers are gold glitter hearts I purchased at a dollar store in my town.... They are thick but they do stay on when set into wet polish, applying top coat over these does not ruin the gold shiny finish. I used silver and gold for the shamrock stems..... wish I just used a bright gold instead.
a golden 4 leaf clover?
And finally - this is Icing Manic Monday, a dark green creme. All my dark green creme polish's dry fast and shiny. most are usually opaque in 2 coats ( Avon Olive Green = Best dark green creme polish ever!)
here is a quick comparison to some dark green polish's
below Left at 1 coat each, right 2 coats with Top Coat
.... and a photo of all the stuff I used for my Pot of Gold nail art
Also, where did you get the micro beads? I love the little corked bottle!
This art work is precious! Love it, girlie!!!
I love it!! Especially the little gold beads, very creative!!
so cute! ^_^
oh wow!! a really nice deviation from the standard green mani
i love it!!
That looks great! My husband walked by as I was reading this, and he likes it too :)
This is way too adorable.
This mani is unlike any I've seen... I love it! ;-)
this is the coolest st patty's day mani i've ever seen! xx
omg that is so cute!!!
nice mani! love it!
This is great, i love your brainwave of useing heart shaped sequins for the four leaf clovers! the rainbow looks great, the colour combo is perfect :)
Clever manicure! It's adorable.
I love it, so cute, I know what you mean about the top coat and the embelishments sometimes you think you're going to need to drill the little suckers off.
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