2 negative space designs with Dance Legend colours

Negative space designs

Two beautiful sparkling mini polishes from Dance Legend featured in two negative space nail designs.

Negative space designs

The first polish – Dance Legend Pied Piper – is a green jelly based perfection that I instantly fell in love with. The green comes from the DL Sparky 2 mini collection. It’s a emerald green shimmer with tiny flecks of holo glitter, giving it a delicate sparkle without the all-out glamour of a regular holographic polish.

Negative space designs

I added some fine abstract stamping to highlight the elegance of the colour. I used a round plate from Born Pretty Store, the item ID is BP-112 (you can find the product’s page here), and a clear XL jelly stamper, (here is its BPS page). The stamper goes with 2 scrapers, which is great because last week I accidentally broke my favourite scraper (I’d never imagined it’s possible!) Currently the stamper + 2 scrapers set is on sale for only $2.99 and as always, BPS offers free international shipping. My code there is MARIX31, so feel free to use it at checkpoint to get some money off, but please, note that such codes only work with full priced items.

The stamping is done with Dance Legend black stamping nail polish, and the nude accent is yet another DL shade from the Military collection called Liberator.

Born Pretty Store Clear jelly stamper

The other colour I’d like to show you today is Dance Legend No Spoon from the Matrix collection.

Negative space designs

This one is also a mini version, just like the rest 5 polishes from the collection. No Spoon is a warm toned brown shimmer, with some holography added. It’s too dark and sparkling for a nude but somehow it feels very cozy and looks quite casual.

Negative space designs

Both nail colours look fantastic in low/indoor light as well as in bright sunlight. To see more polishes from the Matrix and Sparkly collections, click here. Also Dance Legend has a Instagram acc, so do check them out, they post vids and photos on a daily basis.

That’s it for today, thank you for looking! I’ll see you soon with more designs ;)

2 Comment

  1. Paula says: Reply


  2. I like both manicures, but my favourite is the first manicure :-) The pattern is very, very interesting and I really like the final outcome very much! :-)

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