Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Chanukah Stained Glass Nail Art with Cirque Colors

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I have another Chanukah look for the fourth night of Chanukah. If you didn't know, the holiday lasts 8 nights, and I have 4 looks for it! 50% is good! Well, tonight I was inspired by stained glass, so I tried to create it, sort of! It's not perfect but I think it's fun.

Chanukah Stained Glass Nail Art with Cirque Colors

I started with a base of Cirque Colors Santorini on three on my nails, which is a vibrant cobalt blue. It almost has a neon look to it. I then did a very delicate gradient with Cirque Colors 8 Crazy Nights.

My middle nail has 3 coats of Cirque Colors 8 Crazy Nights and then I used Santorini to outline a Star of David. Then I outlined the star again with Cirque Colors Sani. I topped it all with matte top coat. 

Chanukah Stained Glass Nail Art with Cirque Colors

Chanukah Stained Glass Nail Art with Cirque Colors

Chanukah Stained Glass Nail Art with Cirque Colors

Chanukah Stained Glass Nail Art with Cirque Colors

Chanukah Stained Glass Nail Art with Cirque Colors
The glitter looks like it's floating with the top coat. I love it! 

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16 comments:

  1. How pretty. The blue base is a perfect Chanukah shade. Too bad someone doesn't make dreidel shape glitters but I'm sure the market isn't big enough.

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    1. Oh man, dreidel shaped glitters for polish would be awesome. I've seen it for tables and such though. Such a good idea

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  2. I love when the glitter looks almost 3D/floating over the top coat. The gradient on this vibrant blue is stunning - the iridescent glitters get me every time. <3

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    1. Something about glitter top coats with matte is just amazing. I don't reach for chunky glitters too much but I do like this one

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  3. Santorini was the perfect base for this. I love that you matted it too.

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    1. I don't think it would look stained glassy without the matte. Santorini looks extra cool matte

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  4. Wow!!!! This is must gorgeous! I love the little "window" look!!!

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    1. Thank you so much! I love how the vibrant blue plays off of it

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  5. Beautiful!! Hope you're having a great Chanukah!

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  6. 4 of 8 is really good! This is lovely!

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    1. Haha I thought it was good odds! Thank you!

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  7. My sister celebrates Chanukah, so I sent her this page to show your creative mani. Beautifully done!

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    1. I have a ton of looks from the last 4 years since Chanukah doesn't get much attention in the nail art world. And I'll be posting two more before Chanukah ends. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Sani looks so stunning above the cobalt blue! Giving it a matte finish was a great idea. Have a lovely Chanukah!

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  9. Oh, such a pretty design! I love it! I always stink at creating stars!

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