Friday, March 14, 2014
Hello girls!. Today I give a huge welcome to another talented girl, which I’m a huge fan of her swatches!. I found her end of last year where I saw her designs on Instagram when I started sharing my designs there. She was the first person I started writing comments and interact with, which was a nice thing to found her because I was so shy at the moment to write a comment!. If you love to see reviews of new polishes or just amazing designs, go and check her page!.
Let's welcome Anutka from Wacky Laki!!!...
To see all the guest post she share with us please go to my Blog or do click in the link below!. I hope you like this design as much as I did and I need to confess that I shout when I saw it!.
Thanks Anutka for this Guest Post!. =)
Hi Everyone! My name is Anutka and from the blog Wacky Laki. I'm really excited to be guest posting here today for the always sweet Carolina. I first got introduced to Carolina's nail art on Instagram when we discovered our mutual love for fashion inspired manicures. In honor of that, when Carolina asked me to write a guest post for her blog, I knew right away that I had to create something fashion inspired...
My inspiration came from this gorgeous pair of peacock shoes. I stumbled on this photo online and instantly knew that I wanted to try to recreate it...
For the manicure, I used a base of OPI Don't Talk Bach to Me, a chartreuse cream with a pearly shimmer. I applied peacock feather decals which I purchased from Ebay to the tips of my nails. The decals on their own seems a bit bland and not very festive, so I accented them with teal glitter and a bit of Nicole by OPI Emerald Empowered...
I don't think that I would have normally chosen to pair these colors together, but I love the way they look. For me, that is great thing about finding inspiration in fashion or other things around us. It provides the opportunity to try colors, patterns, ideas that we might not try on our own...
I hope you enjoyed this manicure!
A big thank you to Carolina for having me here today! :)
Thanks for looking!
To see more of the Nail Art from Anutka you could do it here:
SO HAPPY with this news!!!... & SO EXITING!!!..
Thanks so much all of you to like my page!. Means so much to me!. I can't shout here but yes!!.. I shout so much when I saw this!!!... I will start doing some changes in my pages the coming time so I hope you like them!.
I know I promise the Giveaway since few weeks ago but I was trying to find more surprises for you & finally I'm planing to launch it March 24th!. So stay tune for more information the next week!!...
Woooow!.... all of you make my FRIDAY!!!... =)
With love, Carolina
** MUY CONTENTA con la noticia!!!... & MUY EMOCIONADA!!!..
Muchas gracias por darle like a mi página!. Significa mucho para mi!. No puedo gritar de la emoción aqui pero si!!. Grite mucho cuando vi esta noticia!!!... Empezaré haciendo cambios a mi página y espero les gusten!.
Ya se que he prometido el Giveaway desde hace varias semanas pero estaba tratando de encontrar mas sorpresas para ustedes y finalmente lo estoy planeando para lanzarlo el 24 de Marzo!. Así que esten pendientes para mas información la próxima semana!!..
Woooow!... todas ustedes hicieron mi VIERNES!!!... =)
Con cariño, Carolina **
And here is my first design using some polishes from Brazil OPI Collection! #opibrazil Are so creamy and wonderful colors! I used in the simple nails Amazon...Amazoff (green), I Sao Paulo Over There (brown) & Dont Bossa Nova Me Around (cream). Something simple .
** Y aqui esta mi primer diseño usando algunos esmaltes de la colección Brazil de OPI! Son tan cremosos y los colores increíbles! Use para las uñas sin diseño Amazon...Amazoff (verde), I Sao Paulo Over There (cafe) & Dont Bossa Nova Me Around (crema). Algo sencillo. **
Today, I wanted to share this crazy mix I did few days ago when was the Mardi Grass & Carnival season. Using a gold base and 4 colors to make a contrast. I think looks nice...
** Hoy, quise compartirles esta loca combinación que hice hace unos días cuando fue la temporada de carnavales. Usando una base dorada con 4 tonos parw hacer contraste. Yo creo que se ve bien.... **