Wednesday, February 11, 2015

The Digit-al Dozen DOES Patterns On Patterns, Day 3: OPI Hawaii Collection Stripes + Dots!

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Good morning, readers! I have a colorful manicure today for Day 3 of Patterns on Patterns Week with The Digit-al Dozen! The 2 easiest patterns for nail art are stripes and polka dots--so I've decided to combine them! I've used the entire new OPI Hawaii Collection (minus the yellow glitter called Pineapples Have Peelings Too!) for the base stripes of this mani. I think it's fun to see them all side by side, and they made a bright base for the bold polka dots.

  • I started out with a white base coat of OPI My Boyfriend Scales Walls.
  • Then,  I took a striping brush and did random vertical lines of the OPI Hawaii Collection.
  • Lastly, I used a born pretty stamping plate image of polka dots and stamped those on top using Sinful Colors Black on Black.
  • KBShimmer Clearly On Top was used to seal it in and add shine.


What do you think? I think it's fun to see a collection of polishes in one mani. You can see how different and colorful the Hawaii Collection is! I should have that collection up as swatches in the next week or two so check back for that! Thanks so much for reading!





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17 comments:

  1. What a fun way to use the entire collection!

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  2. those colors are so awesome! bright and fun

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  3. I love these colors together! I was really nonplussed by this collection though. It just seems like standard colors.

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  4. This is super amazing! Beautiful colors and cool pattern combo!

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  5. It's a Hawaiian rainbow! Makes me want to go on vacation there again. I love it.

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  6. I love how the colors play off of each other. Gorgeous!

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  7. These are so bright and fun! Love them!

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  8. These are awesome. The black dots contrast so well against your base...and the OPI Hawaii Collection is so pretty :)

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  9. I love this style and the base colours!

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  10. Whoa! The dots look like they are floating! Beautiful!

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