Friday, February 27, 2015

Twinkie Nail Art Challenge February Week4: Dry Brush

*The products in this post were provided to me by the company in exchange for an honest review. As always, all opinions are my own. For more info you can view my disclosure policy here.*

Hello loves and welcome back. Today's look has been sitting in my vault since I swatched the Zoya Satin collection (press sample). I knew that it would take about five minutes to do a dry brush with them and I could knock out the last prompt for the TNAC. Since I also didn't need any cleanup or topcoat it left me wishing that all nail art could be this simple lol.
For the base I used Brittany and then just added swipes of the rest of the collection. Dry brushes are some of the easiest nail art around, create such cool finishes and you really can't mess them up. I decided to not add a topcoat because the satin finish created an almost 3D effect.

I really liked how it came out but I didn't get to wear it long since I swatched the Delight collection the same day. I might recreate it this weekend so that I can actually enjoy it. What do you ladies think? As always, thanks for stopping by, and I hope you enjoyed :)



Make sure to search #twinkienailartchallenge on IG to see everyone's beautiful manis. <3

22 comments:

  1. You picked the perfect colours over that base.

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  2. I love how the dry brush technique looks with these polishes. You did a great job!

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  3. I like how soft this dry brush design is.

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  4. I love it! Dry brush looks perfect with the Satins! I've actually never done a dry brush mani, and I really need to. Great mani :)

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  5. This is so lovely! So feminine and dainty! Beautiful!

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  6. These shades look wonderful together using this technique!

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  7. Thank you Jessica :) I really like the texture that it left too.

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  8. Thank you Nicole :) I think you should, it's really simple and pretty fun.

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  9. Love this! The distressed look - but mellow. Gorgeous!

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  10. What a fun way to use this collection! Because of the finish, it really has a spackled look that is unique!

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  11. I love how this turned out! The satin finish really makes this look even better than it would with a glossy topcoat.

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  12. lol I didn't even think that but it does look spackled doesn't it :) Thank you

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