Thursday, September 29, 2016

Coffee Swirls

If you are a coffee addict you would know that today is National Coffee Day. You are a coffee addict, and you didn't know it was National Coffee Day? Well never mind, you know that now ;) I decided to create some coffee related nail art for today. I decided to go with coffee swirls using dry marble technique. Something about this design reminds me of latte art. I used base as Zoya's Purity - my new white polish, I am already out of my last one. On that using Maybelline's Naturally Cream and Ulta's Little Black Dress, I created swirls using a toothpick. You can see my previous attempt at Drag marble HERE.


I recently got a Holo top coat from Bliss Polish and decided to try it out with my swirls. It is an amazing top coat which makes any polish or design holographic.

17 comments:

  1. Looks very good, I like the choice of colors here!

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  2. i know its coffe day=) and love your Nails!!!=)

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    1. Thanks and cheers *_* with a cup of coffee

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  3. very unique and creative, great job! and the glittery top coat is super nice!

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  4. I`m not a coffee addict, but I love your mani :)

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    1. I dont drink coffee either ...I drink tea :)

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  5. I don't drink coffee it makes me too jittery haha but I love this design!

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    1. ha ha ..well no caffeine is always good for health :)

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  6. Wow. lovely swirls. How did you make them so identical? You are so talented yar.

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    1. Just lots of practice and could recreate them all with similar pattern plus once you get the hand of it, its very easy to do them all similarly

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  7. I've been a coffee fan since my teenage years. Pretty mani, and the bling :)

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  8. I've been a coffee fan since my teenage years. Pretty mani, and the bling :)

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  9. It looks awesome. I didn't succeed with that technique myself :D

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    1. took me lot of practice to perfect it...dont give up...keep trying

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