Patchwork

This started out as a blue and silver diagonal design and was inspired by a Herve Leger bandage dress.

  1. One coat – Pure Ice (775P) “Celestial”
  2. Once dry, place a piece of tape from one corner of the nail to another
  3. On exposed nail, one coat – Sally Hansen Hard as Nails (850) “Pumping Iron”
  4. Carefully peel off tape, before nail polish dries

 

Once the tips start chipping, you can use the tap to make more shapes and add more colours.

Inspired by this dress:  http://www.hervelegerdressess.com/herve-leger-strapless-dress-blue-and-white-sale-p-478.html

Place tape one corner to another, and paint exposed nail – Sally Hansen Diamond Strength (94) “Black Diamond”
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