11 August 2013

Saran Wrap Marble featuring OPI Lucky Lucky Lavender & Bondi Fuchsia-istic

Hi loves! Sunday night already, time flies by so fast in the weekends! Hope you had a great time :-).

I have a manicure today that was inspired by 2 looks I saw on Sweet Sugar, 1 being this lovely purple saran wrap marble, and the other a blue/beige one. I adored the addition of the goldleaf so I decided to create something that looked alike!


For my base I choose OPI Lucky Lucky Lavender. This has a great formula especially for the soft shade it is, it applies buttery and even in 2 coats. After it dried, I used the saran wrap marble technique to add Bondi Fuchsia-istic. Nice and bright! Topped with my homemade 24k goldleaf topcoat and a final coat of Essence Better Than Gel, I wore this for 2 days before getting tired of it ♥.

What do you think of this color combo? And do you like the addition of the goldleaf?

38 comments :

  1. I like the gold leaf but I wish there was a tiny bit more of it. It's a bit too sparse for me .

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  2. The colour combo is really girly which I like and it's good that you added the gold leaf on top, makes it look expensive lol

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  3. You really fell in love with the saran wrap marble technique :D I like it as well. This manicure looks even better than the previous one (I mean the post Foils and a skittlette :)) Sona

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  4. http://color-beam.blogspot.cz/11 August, 2013 21:49

    This is so pretty...

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  5. Criminal Nails11 August, 2013 22:10

    It looks absolutely fantastic! I didn't see it over at Sweet Sugar so I am glad to be seing it on your blog :)

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  6. I still have yet to try the Saran Wrap manicure and I neeeeeddd to! Very pretty :-)

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  7. I love this combo!

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  8. This is super pretty, and slightly regal (I think due to the addition of the gold leaf tc). I STILL haven't tried the saran wrap method yet... but your pretty mani may be the butt kick I needed ;)

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  9. OMG I love it! I totally want to do this!!


    Would you do a tutorial on how to make your gold topcoat? I would love to find rose gold topcoat, but no such luck. Thanks!!

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  10. Yvette Elliott12 August, 2013 08:48

    Gorgeous

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  11. this is so pretty! I am going to franken a goldleaf polish probably today

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  12. Thanks for your comment! I personally think more would be overpowering, but to each their own right ;).

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  13. Haha yes gold leaf is ALWAYS a good addition :D thanks for your comment!

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  14. Haha yes I totally did! Thanks for your sweet words Sona :).

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  15. Thanks Natalie! I loved it too :).

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  16. Thank you! Make sure you check out Sweet Sugar, it's a lovely blog :).

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  17. YES! Go do it! Do it now LOL!

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  18. *kicks butt some more* it is so much fun and so so easy :). Thank YOU for your sweet words!

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  19. You should! Easy and fun :).

    I've posted about it before, you can check it out here: http://www.lovevarnish.com/2012/12/how-to-make-your-own-24k-gold-topcoat.html



    I haven't seen those sheets in rose gold ever before, not sure if they even exist.. but silver and gold are pretty too :). If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact me!

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  20. You should! It isn't that hard and way cheaper than buying one :).

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  21. I LOVE the addition of the gold leaf! It adds another dimension to it, it's so pretty!

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  22. It's so cute! For some reason, it reminds me of a strawberry milkshake. Haha

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  23. Thank you so much for your sweet words!

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  24. Ooooh yes, it kinda does :D! Thanks Michelle.

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  25. You're the SaranWrap Queen! :D This combo is amazing, it makes me even appreciate pink :D

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  26. Awww you are too sweet :D!

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