Zoya Pixie Dust Dotticure

9:00:00 AM

Good morning, polished world!  How are you today?   I'm a tired girl, therefor this post is most likely not going to be a rambling one.  Also this post is not the one I was planning.  The plan was to bring you a post I did using all the new Orly Instant Artist polishes that the Nail Art Society sent me, but as I write this post, it is 12:45am.  I want to be 100% awake when writing up that post because it has more photos than normal, and I want to talk about a few different things.  So next post, I promise!  Stay tuned for that!

No worries though, I'm bringing you a pretty manicure today!  I really enjoyed it and was so happy with how my zillions of dots turned out!  Typically when I do a dotticure, I do the dots on an accent nail instead of all 10.  Not really sure my reasoning behind this, but it's just something I've always done.  After seeing this manicure by Fashion Polish, I wanted to attempt it and see if I could possibly, just possibly, do a successful 10 nailed dotticure.  

Sadly, I do not own the gorgeous Picture Polishes' featured in Fashion Polish's post, so I opted for using some pretty Zoya Pixie Dusts.  The end result turned out rather fabulous.  Let's take a look....

Colors Used:

  • OPI - My Boyfriend Scales Walls
  • Zoya - Arabella, Destiny, and Beatrix
I started off with a base coat of OPI - My Boyfriend Scales Walls.  I feel I must repeat myself hear and say that this polish is my favorite white polish.  It's white, but not so white that it takes away from the manicure.  I think that if I never said what the base was, no one would know that this isn't a true white polish.

When that was dry, I followed Fashion Polish's tutorial which is part of the original post above.  I began dotting the darkest color first, which is Arabella.  Arabella is a Pixie from the new Fall Pixie Dust polish collection.  It's a rather gorgeous shade.  I then did the same thing using Destiny and Beatrix, both polishes from the Summer Pixie Dust collection.  When my "main" dots were on, I went back through and filled in the empty spaces with smaller dots.  I added a top coat because I wanted the Pixies to pop, and boy did they.  This was one sparkly manicure!  I loved it!

What do you think?  Have you used the Pixies for dots or nail art yet?  I'm hooked.

Well dear readers, I am off.  Until next time, <3.

**The Zoya Pixie Dusts were provided by Zoya for promotional purposes.  I purchased MBSW.  All opinions expressed are my own.  Please see my disclosure policy**

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