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My lovely Saran Wrap technique has really hit nail lovers everywhere by storm. I have literally seen countless girls try it and love it! The pull-polish-off method only requires you to know how to paint your nails...that's it!

In honor of this now-popular technique, I wanted to do a doubled version, using the colors indicative of Halloween: orange and black, and green and purple.



The orange is Lava Lamp (Color Club), and it's paired with Black Onyx (OPI). The green is Twiggie (Color Club), and it is paired with Keiko (Zoya). Topping off those are three of the Finger Paints flakie polishes, Asylum, Flashy, and Flecked.

Oh...and please remember to vote for my nail art entry to the Tadashi Shoji competition! You can vote once a day, and every vote is greatly appreciated!

23 comments :

  1. This is gorgeous, like stained glass windows :)

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  2. do you have a video on how you did your nails ?

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  3. what the eff! How did you do this to your nails! I think you need to do a tutorial for this exact look!

    You probably got an increasing popularity with your Saran wrap tutorial as I linked back to it from my blog yesterday as our Artsy Wednesday group's theme was Saran Wrap lol.

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  4. This looks fantastic! Thx for the inspiration!

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  5. Wow, I'm floored! What a great look :)

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  6. Wow, these are absolutely amazing!!!! They look great!!!!

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  7. I just did a post yesterday with the Saran Wrap technique - it is truly one of my all time favorite nail art techniques. I may have to try this version as well- so cool!

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  8. This is actually the best nail art I've ever seen.

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  9. Awesome! I love the Saran Wrap technique...it's just so easy and it always looks great!

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  10. Gorgeous! I sooooo love the Finger Paints toppers - none like these and I was lucky to get everyone of 'em when in retail along with a few back ups.

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  11. This looks so cool! Amazing design!

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  12. great way to use 2 great polish's at once! they look really great :)

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  13. Amazing! You really went all out :)

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  14. Question for all you in-the-knowers: Why do they call it 'Saran wrap'? Was it originally done with fabric or something?

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    1. Click the link in the post for a tutorial about how to do the Saran Wrap technique. It was done using plastic wrap, which has a brand name of Saran Wrap.

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  15. This is just beautiful.. I wouldn't be able to stop looking at them if I were you! :)

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  16. How did you do this?! I've ben sitting here at my computer screen for like 20 minutes trying to figure it out! Can you post a tutorial?

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  17. Dying to see some reviews of this, looks really interesting, never seen anything quite like it!
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    Nail Lampe

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