Greetings, dolls! I've been having an adventure, which is why I haven't had a chance to post as often as I'd like, but I wanted to toss a quick mani up for you, using some new goodies I've recently hauled. There will be a full haul update soon, rest assured, and it's a HUGE one!
In the mean time, however, I wanted to share something, not nail related. I finished my first major crochet project!
I know it looks a little wonky, but it's folded in half for photography reasons. My first small project was a scarf in a half-double stitch. When I presented this scarf to my mother, she decided that she would rather have a blanket. Moms, amirite? So, in the spirit of complete laziness, I decided to just make a bunch of other scarves of the same length and then stitch them together. Each scarf has a varying width on purpose, promise. Mom seems impassive as ever. *sigh*
For this mani, I started with a base color of OPI's I Knead Sourdough. This is another of the San Francisco Fall/Winter 2013 Collection. I had passed on it online, but when I saw it in person I knew I had to have this rich coppery brown shade. I'll do full swatches in another post, because it really is gorgeous.
Then I used some striping tape to mark off the V shapes, and covered the nails in a coat of OPI Honey Ryder, which is a gold liquid sand from the OPI Bond Girls collection from Spring 2013. This is my first of the liquid sand texture polishes, and I think I might be hooked! I finished the look by placing triangular rhinestones centered inside the Vs.
Have you tried any of the liquid sand texture polishes by any maker? What do you think of them? Let me know in the comments!