Nail Art: Fantastical Sponged

Clearly, I can't get enough of Deborah Lippmann Fantastical Collection from 2014. I've already tried water marbling using the set, and now I'd like to share a simple sponge manicure using 3 colors from the collection. This is easier to do than water marble and I think this technique could result to more possibilities.

The one I will be sharing today is the outcome of swiping the sponge once from one side of the nail to the other. Here it is:

Fantastical Sponged Nail Art Design by Simply Rins


I sponged over 2 coats of Deborah Lippmann Edge of Glory, a black creme nail lacquer. I chose 3 colors from the Fantastical Collection, namely Xanadu (blue), Weird Science (green), and Dear Mr. Fantastic (magenta). I bet anyone can do this because it is really simple. And the best thing is, you can go nuts with the sponging and it would still yield amazing results!

Fantastical Collection by Deborah Lippmann

You have to look at all those shimmer! This manicure is surely a stunner. If you don't mind attracting attention to your nails, this is definitely something for you to try. And if you are into stamping, this would probably make a good background.

Nail Art: Fantastical Sponged

If you're curious if it would make a difference if layered on white, I'd say yes. But the opacity of the polishes in this set would be more subdued compared to if you'll use a dark polish as base. If you like a more subtle look for your nails, layering over pastel is recommended.

Fantastical Sponged Nail Art

I'd probably try another look using the same technique soon. I had so much fun playing this collection. It's definitely one of the my favorites from Deborah Lippmann nail lacquers. I'm thinking of using more colors. I'd better grow my nails a little longer for that to work.

Fantastical Sponged Nail Art Design

I've started this year with shimmers and hoping it would shower my entire year with blessings. Give me a shout out in the comments below if you liked this manicure.







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