China Glaze Papaya Punch - tool #5 - large ball
China Glaze White On White - tool #3 - larger ball
China Glaze Grape Pop - tool # 4 - smaller ball
Sally Hansen Green With Envy - tool #2 - smaller ball
Finished with another coat of Seche Vite Fast Dry Top Coat.
Since I decided to dot on a whim, I did not plan. I had nothing to dab my polish onto, so I grabbed my scotch tape and turned it onto its side. I dabbed the polish onto that. Worked okay. It melted the plastic! Live n' learn. I'll buy some small paper plates and use them instead.
If you let the polish sit for too long, when you dip your dotting tool into it, it will 'string.' Ah well. I love how it turned out. I love dots. They remind me of my other passion; beads. Who knows, maybe I can bead my nails!? Anyway, have fun with color. Maybe try to stay within a family of colors. White base with black and greys. Greens. Hot colors. Cool colors. Complimentary colors might be fun! Drop me a line and tell me what you think!
As always, thanks for reading!