NOTD: Wonka`s Candy Factory

5 years ago

With Easter just days away, I wanted to create a manicure that was loaded up with candy. I played around with a few ideas but, ultimately, chose this one. The design has large lollipops and handfuls of scattered, multi-colored jellybeans. The dots/jellybeans made for a nice semi-border around one side of the nail. Somehow, I feel that these sweet, candylicious nails belong in Willy Wonka`s candy factory. Just don`t try to eat them, I promise they won`t taste as sugary as they appear! ;-P I had a hard time stopping myself with this manicure. It is already pretty well loaded up, but as I was creating it, I just wanted to keep adding and adding! I had to restrain myself. I still have another sweet-treat kind of manicure I`d like to do, but I don`t know that it`ll be up in time for Easter. I have some personal things to take care of that may keep me from getting them finished and posted.
WHAT I HAVE ON: 1 coat of Sally Hansen Hard as Nails 2 coats of Essie Marshmallow 1 coat of A-England Morgan Le Fay Dots were created with a small dotting tool and a combo of: Sinful Colors Unicorn, Studio M. Spring Is In The Air, Studio M. Jelly Bean Dream, Sally Hansen Lacey Lilac, Studio M. Whose That Girl 1 coat of Seche Vite With Konad plate M14 and a combo of Konad special polish in a pink, purple, and blue I stamped the lollipops 1 final coat of Seche Vite Originally, I was not going to use Morgan Le Fay, but I`m pleased I did. It gives the manicure a sort of sugar-coated look that ties in nicely with the over all theme. While this isn`t Easter eggs or bunnies, I feel that it still works for the holiday all the same. One of the things most people think of is the candy from the baskets.
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