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Cyberspace Nails


Hello beautiful! Here’s another simple nail art design you can do to update a plain manicure. I call it my cyberspace nails since my space world would of course have loads of colour and square shapes. All you would need for this is a Sally Hansen nail art pen, in a colour of your choice. For added drama make sure the choice of nail art pen is contrasting to your base coat polish. 



It’s really simple; just add a bright yellow polish as your base. I used two coats of China Glaze’s Sunshine Pop which is from their Electropop collection. Apply your top coat; Seche Vite for me as usual. Then add random lines forming squares or rectangles to your design. Make sure you do different sizes. I added my design with the Sally Hansen nail art pen in blue. Seal off design with your top coat again. Tada! 

 
Really simple right? Come on! Enter cyberspace with me.
Happy Cyberspace!
XOXO
Naomi

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  1. Really neat idea Naomi! So creative...Luv it! :)

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    1. Thanks Chelsea! This one just came to me since I wanted to use my nail art pens again

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  2. This is soo kool! Love the colors =)

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    1. Thank you! I'm really into bright colours lately

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  3. very cool and futuristic naomi!

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    1. thanks chantel! reminds me of star trek!!!!

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  4. So cool! I'm really impressed with how straight the lines are. At first I thought it was a stamp! :o

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    1. Really! Wow, i havent gotten the hang of the stamping yet! I just have one konad plate but i'll try to see if I can get it to work. For now it's just me and my hands for any nail art!

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  5. I love the combination of colours! I thought you stamped on the design!

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    1. Oh hello Jayne! I'm still trying to master my stamping technique! it's aweful at the moment!

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  6. Wow this is amazing. Your so talented.

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  7. I love the colour contrast, it makes the look stand out even more

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    1. Oh yes that was the idea! I wanted something loud and bright

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  8. I love the cyber patterns! A pleasant break for the typical girlie nailparts to something stronger and yet chic

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    1. Ah yes, I understand how you feel! I usually go for soft colours and flowers but i wanted something different here! Glad you like it! I'm sure i'll go back to girlie soon enough though

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  9. It's amazing! i so love these nails! it reminds me of my childhood playing Nintendo 8-bit, because you nails have those cube lines that i love! you could go to a nerd party and be a queen because of those nails!!/Azure

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  10. Oooohhhh! Those look so cooool. I need to practice my straight lines so I can do something cool like this.
    (^^,)

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  11. wow, this is beautiful! I love how neat the lines look, almost like stamping!

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  12. Awesome blog... thought i was already following you, but i guess not! found you through the blog hop!!! lovely nails... a must try for me! lol!

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