Friday, January 27, 2012

Pretty in Pink ♥

Hola Chicas,

TGIF!!!!!! Another Twinsie Friday is here. This week we decided to go with "colors" Maria suggested Pink and Red, I agreed immediately! As much as I love pink I don't use it often, so this was a great opportunity to do so :) I had so many ideas in mind, but when I tried to translate them to my nails they didn't seem to come out as I had pictured them.

I ended up doing some needle marbling, which honesly I thought it was easy to do! I was WRONG, I need to practice and maybe look up some tutorials. I was not too happy with my results, I decided to add some stamping to kick it up a bit :)

So here it is...






Here is what I used for this mani:


Loreal - Target Red ~which was a gift from Nory at Fierce Makeup and & Nails, thanks Nory <3
Revlon Colorstay - Cafe Pink, I loved the formula of this polish
Northern Light Top Coat ( I love this stuff I want to put it on every mani :-p)
WnW White French Cream for the stamping
Red Angel Plate: RA 116

My Assistant's Picture of the day:


I can't wait to see what my Twin has done with these colors :) Stop by Nails Made Simple and check it out for yourself too!!!!

Hope you all have a great weekend.

Til Next Time.....
XoxO
Iris

48 comments:

  1. this manicure is super pretty! I also love your Assistant's picture :)

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  2. Love the rose design.
    Have a nice day.

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    1. It's very pretty and girly, gives the mani a little extra.

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  3. so cuuuute! how did you do that? you're an artist!
    xoxo ;*

    http://lorena-flor.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks Lorena! I did a needle marble tecnique I saw on another blog, there are some tutorials on YouTube, now I know I did it wrong LOL

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  4. never tried this, but looks very pretty!

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    1. This is the first time I try it, I'm going to be doing it again soon :)

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  5. I only tried needle marbelling once a long time ago, I pressed way to hard, I guess that's the trick.
    But I like the result :)
    I'm afraid I have tagged you ;) - you can find the "what and how's" here: http://mariasnailpolishblog.blogspot.com/2012/01/11-questions-tag.html

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    1. I think I didnt have enough polish and YES I pressed it too hard as well and I fail to let the base dry completely. Next time might be better.

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  6. This is super pretty! Love the needle marbling and the colours you used :)

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  7. I think this turned out fantastic! Love your assistant's photo.:-)

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  8. This is so awesome!!! I love the colors you used, it all works so well together!!! Great job mamita! :) (Mind you I said all of this in a British accent! LOL)

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  9. This is so beautiful!!!! This would be gorgeous for Valentine's Day!

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    1. Yes, I think I'm going to be doing a lot of Valentine manis <3

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  10. i love your mani twin!! its so abstract! kuddos for trying needle marbling! i love it :) and i cant believe we both have the same lenght nails! hahha sometimes its scary just how alike we are .. lol

    i'll let you pick next twinsie friday :)

    xoxo
    a weird sleeper. -_-

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    1. I had to do it on my own since you chickened out on the needle marble hehehe j/k ... yeah at first I was not liking the shorties, but I'm loving them now :)LMAO hahha ur soooo WEIRD

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  11. YAY you posted it!!! I am loving this mani-except for the pink part of course!! I really think it looks so pretty!

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    1. thanks Fingers... I might try one with different colors, but I think I will be posting a lot pinks in the near future :-P

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  12. I have choosen you for the 11 questions at http://polishenthusiastk.blogspot.com/2012/01/11-questions.html

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  13. This is so pretty and sweet! I like it :)

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  14. I love this!!! It's so pretty ;0)

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  15. WOW! Beautiful!!!!!

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  16. I think it's looks so pretty really artistic.

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  17. I think it looks really awesome! I actually love it. :)

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  18. Already told you I like this, but wanted to let you know that I tagged you with two awards on my blog, so take a look :)

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  19. I love the end result! It looks like it was on purpose, very cute!!

    P.S. I tagged you! =D

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  20. This is so perfect! It reminds me of soft graffiti for some reason! I love the red and pink and the rose stamp is such a great addition!
    New Follower here. I found your blog through Anutka (Wacky Laki)

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  21. Love the roses, very cool. Water marbling is DIFFICULT. I tried last summer and haven't mustered up enough courage (or patience) to try it again. There's always this summer... ;)

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  22. Oooh this is lovely! I love the colors...I still haven't tried water marbling...

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  23. I love how delicate this manicure looks! xoxo

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  24. Oh wow! This looks so cool!

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  25. Wow, I like it so much, it´s so lovely, kisses, RA


    http://mysweetpeque.blogspot.com/

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  26. OMG this is sooooooo cute! <3 <3 I love everything about this manicure, please make one on me too! :)

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  27. Ooo, I love this! The stamping looks very cool, you would never guess it wasn't part of your original idea for the mani! :)

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  28. Ooh noooo I like these nails!! I think they came out great! Mysterious cos you have to take a little while to work out the rose stamp! And thanks for following my little blog!

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