Sponged on yellow and mint, then used a wide brush for a stroke of black.

Sponged on yellow and mint, then used a wide brush for a stroke of black.

Trying out this nail film sticker that’s incredibly easy to “apply” and neaten up.

Trying out this nail film sticker that’s incredibly easy to “apply” and neaten up.

Mint base, and bronze stripes with the help of striping tape.

Mint base, and bronze stripes with the help of striping tape.

Red dots and angles.

Red dots and angles.

Shimmers on water.

Shimmers on water.

Teal and white stripes, made with 2 coats of paint, and some thin striping tape.

Teal and white stripes, made with 2 coats of paint, and some thin striping tape.

Got the ombre effect with a sponge.

Got the ombre effect with a sponge.

Robin egg blue and nude stripes.

Robin egg blue and nude stripes.

Patchy petals.

Patchy petals.

A coral and bronze pairing.

A coral and bronze pairing.

A sick giraffe.

A sick giraffe.

Sponged peach beige onto mint. 

Sponged peach beige onto mint. 

The light blue and gold combi turned out well! Too bad the blue polish was matte, and therefore slightly thicker, so the masking lines (made by hole punch stickers) were not as crisp and I had to conceal it with dots.

The light blue and gold combi turned out well! Too bad the blue polish was matte, and therefore slightly thicker, so the masking lines (made by hole punch stickers) were not as crisp and I had to conceal it with dots.

Apply gold base, place striping tape, cover with a coat of black, and quickly remove the tape while the black coat is still wet. 

Apply gold base, place striping tape, cover with a coat of black, and quickly remove the tape while the black coat is still wet. 

Mint and shatter.

Mint and shatter.