24 septiembre 2013

Guest Post: The Clockwise Nail Polish

Hi!!
I had some amazing guest bloggers left from the time I was away and I wasn't going to forget them!! Also I wanted you to know them because they are stunning!! Today we have Cristina from The Clockwise Nail Polish, I love her stamping manicures and I really suggest you go check her blog! But today she has something different just for you.



Hola!
Todavía me quedan algunas bloggers increíbles del tiempo que he estado fuera y no se me iban a olvidar!! Además quería que la conociérais porque son realmente estupendas!! Hoy tenemos aquí a Cristina de The Clockwise Nail Polish, me encantan sus manicuras estampadas y os recomiendo de verdad que vayais a ver su blog! Pero hoy nos ha traído algo diferente solo para vosotros.

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Hello there!! :)

What a pleasure to be here in Nailwish! Hello to you! I'm Cristina from Portugal and you can find me at The Clockwise Nail Polish blog. I follow Helena since like... for ever! I can't even number the times her nail art work, creativity and manicures blown me away... I think you understand me quite well lol. So, it was with a lot of excitement that I said yes (!) to be here today :) But then come the issue... what to do?! I took a lot of time to think of something and eventually decided to do what I've been wanting to do for a couple of months: a pastel galaxy nail art.
The trick about pastel galaxies is that there's no glitters to it; it was also a difficult task to choose polishes. I started by painting my nails white with China Glaze Snow (3 coats). After dry the fun begun! Using a piece of a makeup sponge I randomly sponged Kiko 385 Blue Pastello, Elixir Make-Up Nº 62 and Pastel Nº100; I assure you it was a coincidence to use only European polishes hehe :p Next was the stars. Normally here I would use a glitter polish in a traditional galaxy nail art. But as a pastel nail art, I did dots here and there using a dotting tool and China Glaze Snow :)
China Glaze Snow, Kiko 285 Blu Pastello, Elixir make-up Nº62 and Pastel Nº100
What do you think?? Do you prefer the traditional galaxies or would you try a pastel one? I assure you I love this version! It stayed in my nails for three days :p I'm now crazy and want to try more pastel shades like purple, pink, yellow, white...! Endless possibilities :p Nail wish readers and Helena, I'm repeating myself but it was a huge pleasure to be here! :D Kisses to you all! :)

Cristina Santos***

15 comentarios:

  1. Es precioso, te ha quedado increíble, me ha encantado.
    Eres toda una artista!!
    Bye besicos

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  2. muy bonitas!!

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  3. oye que pasada! como has hecho ese efecto como degradado, me encanta

    besitos

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  4. Really pretty :) I always love Cristina's mani's <3

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  5. ¡Qué manicura tan dulce! Me ha encantado.
    Un besote de  Lamiradadeluci

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