Geometric Stamped Yellow, Green and Blue Gradient (52 Week Challenge)
I’ve combined the two 52 Week Pick n Mix Challenge prompts this week. They are “blue, yellow and green” and “geometric”.
So, I’ve created a gradient using all Sally Hansen Insta-Dri polishes: Butter-fly Stroke, Lickety-Split Lime and Brisk Blue.
Then I stamped over it with a geometric pattern from a new stamping plate I won. It’s MoYou Nails Pro Board VII, which is a huge, larger than A4 sized plate with more than 180 images on it. It has some great geometric patterns, but this one looked best over the gradient. I won it in MoYou Nails’ recent Valentine’s competition on their Facebook page – thank you MoYou for this fabulous prize.
Despite the inclusion of green in this manicure, I rather like it. I’m off to the Professional Beauty London show at Excel tomorrow, and I can’t decide whether or not to keep this on. It’s very “me” in style, but the green is putting me off!
- Gradient: Sally Hansen Butter-fly Stroke, Sally Hansen Lickety-Split Lime and Sally Hansen Brisk Blue
- Stamping polish: Konad White
- Stamping plate: MoYou Nails Pro Board VII
- Top coat: Glisten & Glow HK Girl
All manicure images are copyright to Kerruticles unless otherwise mentioned.
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I’m insanely jealous of your prize! This Nails Pro Board VII is from http://moyou.co.uk (not from http://www.moyou.us), right? I can’t find it on either site but when I Google just “Nails Pro Board VII,” yours is the ONLY mani to show up! Did you get the very first one? I also belong to the FB page for http://www.moyou.co.uk, but I never saw this contest. 180 images? I can’t imagine what it will cost. Do you have ANY info? Ohhhh, I’m coming across so pathetic and desperate…
Hi Delphi. No, it *is* from http://www.moyou.us. I don’t think you can buy the boards separately though – you have to buy them in a set. This is the one I have: http://www.moyou.us/product/moyou-salon-pro-7-set/. That’s hellish expensive though at $249.99!! In the UK, the set is £64.99. Perhaps (hoping) they have them at that price because they are out of stock and so that no-one buys them. I know that’s a retail trick I’ve seen in some online shops. If not, then I don’t know how they can justify that price differential.
Oh, and the contest was held on a different Facebook page – called “MoYou Pro“.
These are so, so cool! And bright and happy!! Love it!!
(plus, the more than just one photo has been a real awesome bonus from you lately, luv, thank you :))
Thanks for taking the time to comment, Mina. Glad you like the extra photo. Doing it is not so onerous as I thought it would be 😉
Thanks, Claire! That was a ton of much appreciated help! I hope you have loads of fun with your prize. 🙂