Wednesday, October 31, 2012

What I Wore for Halloween - Whimsical Ideas by Pam Wicked and Some Drip Art

For my last Halloween design, I am sharing what I am actually wearing for Halloween!

For work I decided to do a subtle witch costume, black with orange/black stripped socks.  I knew that I wanted to do something fun and witchy with my nails.  I recently purchased a few polishes from Whimsical Ideas by Pam and knew I had to use one of them, Wicked.

Wicked, named for the Broadway show, is a very shear, shimmery green polish with the awesome-est glitter I have ever seen!



Because Wicked is so sheer, I decided to layer it over Sinful Colors Innocent.  


Next, I attempted 2 coats of Wicked.  I am sorry to say this, but getting the glitter out of the bottle and stationary was impossible.   I had of go fishing and place the glitter where I wanted it.  Kind of disappointing, but the large black circles are really cool!




I went back and added a drip effect, like my witch was making potions.  I used a large dotting tool and Milani Black Swift. I also added I coat of HK Girl.





I felt that my nails should glow in the dark, so I added China Glaze Gloulish Glow.



It didn't work out the way I wanted it to! As you can see, no glow!


Other than the glow not working, I really like the design.

Happy Halloween Everyone!  Don't eat all your candy in one night!



11 comments:

  1. Great mani!
    love it!
    too bad you had problems with getting the glitters out of wicked.xx

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  2. Love! They kind of look like Frankensteins! :)

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  3. The drips really make this awesome.

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  4. I had that same problem with the China Glaze Glow in the Dark polish, it would glow in the bottle but then if I got it on my nails, there would be no glow! I wonder what is wroung with it!

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  5. Sorry to hear you had trouble with the 'Wicked' formula (and not just because it's one of my biggest lemmings EVER ;p), but your result looks great!! It's colourful, cute, and just the tiniest bit creepy--perfect for Halloween! ^_^

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  6. They look great and even sort of look like frankenstein heads with the drips being his hair! :)

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  7. I agree with Lindsey! It's like instant Frankensteins!

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