When Colors Collide: Black, White & Blue

Happy Monday!,

It's the start of a new week! How are was your weekend? Mine was okay. A bit stressful but okay. Today I've got another When Colors Collide prompt to share with you. This time the colors that were chosen were black, white, and blue. Let's take a look at the mani that I decided to do!

When Colors Collide: Black, White & Blue

First let's take a look at the collage of all who participated in this prompt. I love seeing the collages it just looks so neat!

When Colors Collide: Black, White & Blue

I knew exactly what I wanted to do for this prompt because I haven't tried this fishtail technique in so long. I actually wasn't going to post it because I wasn't to impressed with my lines but then I just figured what the hell and decided that I would share them. I forgot how much I actually did like this so I'll be doing another fishtail mani in the future. I also filmed a tutorial for this but guess what? I accidentally deleted like an idiot when I was removing pictures from my camera. Lol. There were some very colorful words that were used when I realized what I did!

When Colors Collide: Black, White & Blue

When Colors Collide: Black, White & Blue

Polishes Used:
Duri Rejuvacote, Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear White On, Starrily Gravity, Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Black Out, Glisten & Glow HK Girl Fast Drying Top Coat

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Are you a part of the When Colors Collide group on Facebook? Have you tried the fishtail design before? Let me know in the comments below! 
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10 comments

  1. I really love the overall look and blue sparkle, who cares about the lines!

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  2. Thanks so much Simona! :) Your comment makes me feel better about this mani.

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  3. I love the black and blue combo is gorgeous and works really well together! I barely notice that some of the white lines are a little smudged!

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  4. Great job. Smudge is hardly noticeable.

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  5. Beautiful mani, turned out great!

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  6. You chosed a great pattern for these colors.

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