Monday, December 21, 2015

Guest Post from Polished Pathology

Good morning again dears!  This lovely Winter morning I have a guest post from Jenne at Polished Pathology!  Jenne's great!  I love chatting with her, she's funny and friendly and supportive.  And have you seen her blog?  It's fabulous!  Her swatches are amazing and her set up is...well #bloggergoals is all I can say.  So if you haven't swung by Polished Pathology yet please do now!  And let's delve in to the guest post!



Look at these gorgeous swatches from Polished Pathology!  

Hey guys! I am so thrilled to be doing a post for Jen! She is an amazing person who I was blessed to meet at Cosmoprof this year. Since then we have bonded over our love of nail polish and other adventures! Today I have a simple Christmas mani that I created using three polishes from Zoya Nail Polish ( new matte collection. Check back on Jen's swatches to see the whole set! (link to your post). I ended up using Aspen, Honor, and Amal. Let's get to the look!

Step 1:

Prep your nails! I use Zeva Triple Strength Nail Guard as my base coat ( 

Step 2: 

Paint your nails! I used two coats of Aspen.

Step 3: 

Dot it up! I used a nail dotting tool in a larger and smaller size to get the variety of dots. I used Honor and Amal.

Step 4:

Dots on Dots! Add some more dots within the dots. I heard you liked dots, dawg.

Step 5:

Moaaar dots! Here I did a connect the dots type tree outline. I really like the look of the swish trees, as I call them, so I wanted to recreate that look on my nails. I figured it would be easier to do the dots first, then connect as I go. I used Honor for the tree.

Step 6:

Connect the dots! I used a small striping brush to swish from each dot to the next

Step 7:

Add a star! I used the same small striping brush to create a tiny star.

And, there you have it! A simple Holiday mani using three of the Zoya Mattes. I wanted to keep the matte look so I didn't top coat it, but if you like a topcoat, topcoat away! Thanks for checking out my post, and many thanks again to Jen for asking me to guest post!

Happy Holidays


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