Good morning! It's awfully nice that it's only the second day of classes this week, but it's already Wednesday - I love long weekends! Today's post is a double-accent mani that I really loved wearing. I had picked out Contrary Polish Sand (from the Ain't That A Beach trio released earlier this year) because I hadn't worn it since I first swatched it, and this look kind of fell together around it!
On my index finger, I started with two easy coats of Contrary Polish Sand and a coat of Seche Vite; when that was dry, I taped off the stripes and painted over it with Essie Little Brown Dress. On my thumb (seen below) I did the same, but switched up the base for OPI My Vampire Is Buff.
For my double-accent nails, I started with two coats of OPI My Vampire Is Buff; I then drew on irregular spots using Contrary Polish Sand and went around them with Essie Little Brown Dress for a leopard-print design. My pinky is two coats of OPI Liquid Sand shade What Wizardry Is This?.
Quick question for my readers! I've got swatches of the whole Contrary Polish Ain't That A Beach trio sitting around on my computer... I know this trio is old news now, but would anyone be interested in seeing them? Let me know! :)
I'm really happy with how this turned out - it's neutral and cohesive, but still super fun!! I'm also glad that I got to wear Contrary Polish Sand again, although this just reminded me how gorgeous it really is, and I really should wear it alone soon. What do you think? :)