Thursday, 22 May 2014

Ice Queen


Hello everyone!

Today I have a water spotted manicure for you all!
I used a gorgeous blue Catrice polish as a base (unfortunately, the name on the polish has completely vanished because I've had it for so long) and did the water spotting technique with OPI's Push and Shove.


As you all know, P&S is a special polish so it didn't really behave as a normal polish would with the water spotting technique. I had to spray A LOT of perfume on it to keep the polish apart - otherwise, it would just all slide back together like it really didn't want to be seperated! Luckily for me, I never throw away perfume samples so I had a lot of perfume to use.

But eventually it worked! Yeey!


It reminded me of something icy and cold, hence the title of this blogpost. I was hoping Push and Shove would stand out more but it's not super visible against the blue background - I think it'd look gorgeous with a black base :)


That's it for today's post! It was a quick one because papers papers papers and fun deadlines!

Thanks for reading :)

21 comments:

Journails JL said...

This manicure looks pretty Robin !
Ha, papers and deadlines, I'm finally over with it ! Good luck ;)
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Robin said...

Thank you!! I'll be glad when I have finished them all! Although I'll have other ones again next year haha :)

swishie said...

They are fabulous!

Robin said...

Thank you! They were done quite quickly but I indeed like how it turned out! :)

Frankie Hunter said...

it reminds me of "Blei-Gießen" - a new year's eve tradition in Austria! you melt some lead (normally in shape of lucky charms, like pigs or cloverleafs) on a spoon and when it's liquid you splash it into a cup of water. afterwards the figure or it's shadow will predict your future! a silly tradition but real fun!
anyway, I like the look of it, but I agree with you, that maybe it would look better with a white base! :)

bubica vucko said...

amazing ! love this new look !

helloshorty said...

Good job! It looks really great :)

Alpha Amore said...

Looks amazing! I really like the silver effects.

Little Red Loves said...

This looks amazing! Been wanting to try water spotting for ages! Guess ill have to give it a try soon!

Robin said...

I googled Blei-Gießen and that looks really cool! It sounds like a fun tradition. It also reminds me a bit of Harry Potter where they drink tea and then the tea leaves predict your future haha! :)

Robin said...

Thank you! :)

Robin said...

Thanks a lot! :)

Robin said...

Thank you! Yeah I agree, I think the silver looks really cool! :)

Robin said...

I really like water spotting, it almost always looks really great! (and is about a hundred times easier than water marbling in my opinion!) :)

fife fantasi Nails said...

looks gorgeous! Love it!

Tanya Minxy said...

At first look I thought it was foil :D It looks so pretty, great job! =^.^=

noriandee said...

This looks really cool - I thought they were decals before I started reading your post! I love the silver/metallic on that blue.
And good luck on your papers! I don't miss writing them at all, lol.

Robin said...

Thank you! :)

Robin said...

Hehe I see what you mean! Push and Shove does indeed look a bit like foil here! Thanks :)

Robin said...

Aww thank you! Decals is a big compliment :D Hehe, I'll probably actually do miss writing them when I'm all grown up and have a proper job and long nostalgically for my student years ;)

helloshorty said...

Your welcome, it really looks amazing :) love the spotted look

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