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Manicure Monday: Liquid Sand

Manicure Monday: Liquid Sand via The Collabor-eight

I’ve always been intrigued my texture polishes.  How cool is it that you can create nail art just with a swipe of a brush? From metallic polishes and feather polishes, to crackle polish and velvet. It’s amazing how easy nail art can be! My newest texture obsession? I’ve recently fallen in love with Liquid Sand by OPI.

I created this look with two Liquid Sand by OPI polishes and a base coat – no top coat needed! After prepping my nails and applying Sally Hansen’s Complete Care base coat, I let my nails dry completely.  This is another tape manicure, so it’s important to make sure your nails are totally dry before moving on.

I applied two thin strips of tape to each nail to create a “V” chevron shape and pressed the tape down completely.  Above the line of tape, I applied two quick coats of OPI Liquid Sand in Get Your Number, a bright blue texture polish filled with glitter. Below the line, I applied two quick coats of OPI Liquid Sand in Can’t Let Go, a fun sparkly purple texture.  Carefully remove the tape before your polish dries, and you’re done! The of Liquid Sand is that it is the top coat – so no top coat needed!

Let us know in the comments – what do you think of Liquid Sand?

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About Kathleen Tower

Kathleen is the style editor for The Collabor-eight. She's a 23-year-old true Jersey girl; big hair, bigger heart. Her passion for beauty and makeup started with an internship at Seventeen Magazine and has grown ever since. After graduating from Villanova, she turned her love for Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter into a full-time job as a social media coordinator! When she's not at work, she's browsing everywhere from the Internet to the streets for her own "Manicure Monday" inspiration. She believes that true style comes from a mix of high and low, designer and drugstore, expensive splurges and nearly steals!

4 comments on “Manicure Monday: Liquid Sand

  1. Interesting look; beach sand couldn’t have looked better that this pseudo sand.

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