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Jackson Blue Pollock

Posted by Wwendy

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About this Look

This is a look I put together aiming for a multi-layered paint spatter effect loosely affecting the works of the artist Jackson Pollock. Products used:
1. Base – 2 Coats of Girly Bits Arctic Sunrise
2. Mid – 2 Coats of Dollish Polish Spank you Very Much
3. Top – 1 Coat of Zoya Electra

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Oooh, this is one of the most beautiful nail combos I’ve ever seen!

Thank you so much for posting it, along with instructions, and pictures of the nail polishes you used. I wish everyone would do that.

I loved it so much that I actually bought Dollish Polish Spank You Very Much (I love the addition of purple in the blue/green glitter), and Zoya Electra so I could duplicate it. I couldn’t justify Girly Bits Arctic Sunrise, because the shipping alone was $8, so I used a sky blue polish (Mattene Factory Girl – Great color, terrible formula), topped with Scherer Chameleon in Hula for the pink shift (I also tried Chameleon Tiny Dancer, but it had so much pink it took some of the brightness out of the blue, but it looks good too).

I also decided to add one coat of Essie Shine of the Times Holo Flakie, then topped with Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coast. It is soooo sparkly and stunning. This is now one of my most favorite manicures of all time! Hope wears well with so many coats of polish.

Thanks again, and I love that it was inspired by Jackson Pollock!

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