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Geometric Colour Blocked Nails: A is for: Angles

I’m starting a new challenge today, a new A2Z series challenge where the A to Z prompts are words, not polishes beginning with the letters.

So, the first one is angles. I decided on a three-colour, colour-blocking, geometric, chevron sort of design. (This look needs a name, doesn’t it? That’s too much of a mouthful).

I used all Barry M polishes: Coconut for the base, then Cappucino and Raspberry for the overlays.

The Raspberry is quite see-through, despite doing two coats of it. I didn’t realise it was quite so sheer, and over cream and brown, you can see through it a bit, especially on the index finger.

Angles geometric chevron 3 colour tips Barry M
Geometric chevron angles using Barry M Coconut, Cappucino and Raspberry
For this manicure I’ve used:
  • Base colour: two coats of Barry M Coconut
  • Brown: one coat of Barry M Cappucino
  • Red: two coats of Barry M Raspberry
  • Top coat: Glisten & Glow HK Girl


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Comments

pocketmoneypolishes
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THIS IS GORGEOUS! Your lines are just flawless and I would never have thought of using Cappuccino with the pink but phwooaaarrrr.

Claire Kerr
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Thanks Charlie 🙂 My lines are only good (not flawless) thanks to using tape though!

N.A.N
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Actually I like the way you can see the brown under the raspberry-it almost creates another colour on the end of your nails and another triangle (so more angles!). I am surprised how much I like the colours together too (more because I wouldn’t choose any of them myself than because they’re not nice colours!)

Claire Kerr
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Hmmm … you’re making me begin to think I should just have done one coat of the Raspberry, to emphasise the colour change and thus give the four sections you refer to. Maybe next time.

MO
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These are gorgeous. Love the colours used. They look gorgeous on you x

Kairi
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I like that is can be slightly seen through. In my opinion gives a bit more depth and with this colour combination it is gorgeous!

Rainbowify Me
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Ooh la la, this is amazingly elegant and pretty!

Julie
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Love it! Love the colors used and the idea of angles. Great job on this!

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