My First Pure Ice and a Tutorial

Thanks to April, I was able to try a new brand for the first time. As a polish lover, I love trying new brands and I don't insist on using indies or pricy polish... A simple drugstore brand can make me happy, as long as it is easy to apply and has a gorgeous color.

That was the case with Pure Ice Getting Gorgeous. I used the brand for the first time and I must say that I was really impressed. The color is awsome, for starters. I cannot describe it totally, but it is a blue-purple duochrome with a load of glass flecks. Correct me if I'm wrong... :) The application was easy and it was fully opaque in 2 coats.

Unfortunately my camera was having a hard time capturing this beauty... Anyway, I guess it won't be my only Pure Ice polish, if you know what I mean...

Anyway, after putting it on, I was planning on stamping over it. But I loved the color and the shine so much, so I changed my mind and decided to make an evil eye on one of my nails using a dooting tool.
And with quick pictures, I turned the steps into a small tutorial. :)

Happy dotting....

For the Evil Eye Mani;
You'll need a navy blue polish, a baby blue polish and a white polish along with 3 sizes of dotting tools. The rest is in the picture below... :)

1 comment:

  1. then this is totally the dupe of Orly- lunar eclips. looks great