Friday, 5 September 2014

NOTD W7 Cosmic Nail Dust & Polish



Today's post is all about nail art, which is personally one of my favourite kinds of posts! W7 has created a 'Cosmic Nail Dust Challenge' in which they sent out the Cosmic dust and nail polish to 20 bloggers including me, to come up with their own 'creative and out there' nail art!



So firstly I painted all of my nails with the W7 Salmon nail polish, and then while they were still wet i shook the cosmic dust all over my ring and index finger.

Then using my dotting tool with a white and a yellow nail polish, i created small daisy flowers on my other nails. I think this looks really cute and girly! I found the glitter was very easy to apply and the flowers were not difficult to create either (including the left hand!!) I think this is perfect for beginners to recreate!



What do you think of my creation?

Thanks for reading Xx

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34 comments

  1. This looks great, love the glitter :) xx

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  2. this is such a lovely look, I must try and recreate this sometime soon :) xx

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  3. These look lovely, very creative!


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  4. WOW these look fantastic, so pretty- I am useless at nail art xxx



    Blonde of carbs

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    1. Thank you!! This wasn't very difficult to do, i definitely recommend trying out a dotting tool (really cheap to buy on amazon) as they create lovely nail designs and are really easy to get the hang of xx

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  5. This is such a cute manicure, I love it :)
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    we could follow each other on GFC, would be great,
    hope to hear from you :)

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  6. so stinkin cute! love it. can you create a fall look too!

    cheers,

    Chie

    Makeupland2011
    http://www.makeupland2011.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks! Sure I'll get thinking of what I can do :) I'm definitely doing some winter/Christmas looks xx

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  7. This looks lovely. Flowers are so simple to achieve and yet so effective. I'm always dotting them on my nails! I like the look of this nail glitter too. I'd be curious to see whether it lasts or sheds much glitter when worn. xxx

    Kirsty - Effortlessly Excessive.

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    1. Thank you! I know they are really easy to do and look so cute! The glitter didnt seem to shed much when I had it on xx

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  8. i absolutely love it!! the glitter looks so pretty :)

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  9. This is so very pretty! I wish I was skilled as you when it comes to nail art xx

    She Will Be

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    1. Thank you! And don't worry this isn't difficult to create! Xx

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  10. Wow these look fabulous! I'd love to do this.

    www.internetlyaddicted.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you! You should, I'd love to see them :) xx

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  11. Love the manicure! Those flowers look great and I love the glitter. Following you now on bloglovin.

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  12. Love them!

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  13. wonderful nails:) love that color:)
    please visit me in free time:)
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    1. Thank you, I really like the colour too xx

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  14. This is such an adorable idea! I love them :) Thanks for sharing lovely!

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    xo

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  15. This looks so pretty! xx
    http://justalittlegloss.blogspot.co.uk/
    xx

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  16. Loving the pink color and the design, gorgeous :) !!!!
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