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About My Mixed Texture Nails

I wanted to use textured polish but I can't just paint my nails a solid color. It's too boring for me. So I thought it would be fun to pair OPI Jinx, a Liquid Sand, with a normal polish. I played with the combination possibilities for a while. Ultimately, because of the super sparkliness (That's a word now, ha ha.) of Jinx, I went with a nice cream; Sally Hansen Snappy Sorbet.

This design was super easy! I painted my nails with Snappy Sorbet and used Seche Vite to give it a super shiny finish. Once that was COMPLETELY dry, I taped half of my nail and painted the other half with Jinx. Then I removed the tape. Done! You don't put any type of top coat on the textured polishes because they are a matte finish. It's a very interesting change from smooth polishes and it's a lot of fun.

Isn't Jinx BEAUTIFUL? It's from OPI's Bond Girls line of Liquid Sand polishes.

One Response to Mixed Texture Nails

  1. cece parends on June 7, 2013 at 10:07 pm

    easy to do

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