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31DC2017Weekly 15: Delicate Brocade

We’re halfway through with the 31DC2017Weekly! This week’s prompt is delicate print, and not only is the stamping pattern delicate, so is the base polish that shifts subtly from a green-leaning teal to a metallic yellowish-green.

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If you couldn’t tell from my posts, Tonic Polish is fast clawing its way up to the top of my list of favourite polishes. This beautiful base is Tonic Polish Promise of Spring from their recent seasons collaboration with Femme Fatale. I didn’t manage to get the other polish from the Tonic half of the collaboration because it was out of stock, but hopefully will at a later date. This is yet another multichrome polish, that ranges between a pale greenish-golden yellow to teal, and contains a good scattering of holographic particles. I stamped over this with A-England Rose Bower and Moyra plate-32, Nature. I wasn’t too sure how these colours would look together, but I love that it turned out looking like silk brocade! Check out the shifts below:

 

On another note, I only recently started checking out A-England polishes, but am loving how subtle they are and how beautifully they stamp!

If you would like to join in this weekly nail art challenge, post your pictures on your blog or other social media, and tag the picture with the hashtag #31dc2017weekly. Also, you can check out all my entries for the 31DC2017Weekly under the nail art tab at Nails → Nail Art → 31DC2017, my other nail art adventures at Nails → Nail Art → NOTW, or follow me on Instagram (@altercontroldelight) which I use exclusively for nail art.

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