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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Guest Post from I Feel Polished - Sugar Spun Nails

Hey lovelies! Let me introduce you to the adorable Heather from I Feel Polished  who kindly accepted to do a guest post for me :) I met her in the Florida Polish Society group and got hooked to her simple, yet amazing nail art techniques. Thank you Heather!
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Hello Everyone! My name is Heather and I run a blog called I Feel Polished! I'm so happy to be here today! When Karine asked for guest bloggers for her blog, I was really excited and a little nervous because this is my first guest post! So, please go easy on me! :) 

Today I have a bright mani for you guys! When I think of summer, I immediately go to neon polishes. I love having bright color of my nails! I also love nail art and trying out new techniques, so I'm showing you guys my first attempt at the spun sugar technique. If you've never seen or done this before, I highly suggest you look for a video on YouTube. Explaining it would be very difficult but the technique itself is relatively easy. Anyways, enough of me talking, onto the pictures! 

For this manicure I used China Glaze Purple Panic and Pink Voltage. I have HK Girl top coat on, which is similar to Seche Vite, but much better in my opinion! Enjoy and thanks to Karine for letting me take over her blog for a day! :)







12 comments:

  1. amazing design! I am definitely going to check out her blog.

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    1. Thank you! Check the pink and green tape mani its oe of my fav!

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  2. I really like this technique. I definitely should try it sooner or later! I hope I won't make a mess!

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    1. Lool I feel the same! But I'm sure it won't be as messy as my watermarbles

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    2. It really wasn't messy at all! Some of the tutorials I watched were CRAZY messy, but I didn't get any polish on my skin!

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  3. As usual Heather, you've done amazing :) Thanks for doing the stuff my lazy butt won't do lol

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  4. Heather, you did an awesome job for your first guest post!! I love the look of the spun sugar technique though I still haven't tried it myself, but your post sure made me want to give it a go :)

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