Saturday, 28 June 2014

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When I was at a nail event a little while ago, this wi-fi design by Jessica Hoffman was on the nail art menu and I knew that I would have to try it for myself. I started this mani intending just to do the wi-fi all over but it swiftly turned in to a technologic mani!



My base colour is Revlon Minted and I topped a few nails with Cirque Magic Hour.

All the stamping is from Bundle Monster plate BM415 and I used OPI Suzi Says Feng Shui and BK Matte White for all the details.

To draw on the wi-fi signal, I used two straight vinyl stencils to mark off a triangle at the base of my nail, then drew 3 curved lines stretching edge-to-edge with a nail art brush. I tried to follow the curve of my cuticle to get them all matching! I quickly removed the vinyls and used a dotting tool to add one dot at the base.

It's all topped off with a coat of Glisten & Glow HK Girl.




12 comments:

  1. Love the computer theme of this nail art! So cute! Especially the little wifi signal :)

    Haaappy Summer!
    Hailes<3
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  2. *sigh
    I absolutly love all your designs. How do you get all this amazing ideas?
    Mary

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  3. love it love it totally. somehow your nails look so fresh with your choices of colours that it seems you were born with those colors on your nails :)

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  4. I really love how the wifi symbol looks like a graphic pattern! These are really fun (:

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  5. I absolutely love these nails!!! They're great!

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  6. Terrific design! Kudos on the wi-fi signal - the hand-drawn curved lines are so symmetrical! Love the selection of polishes.

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  7. that is such a stunning manicure! just sad that in every single picture your pinky is out of focus, so part of the manicure was sadly completely invisible.

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  8. That was so smart how you used the decals for the wifi signal, so pretty!

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