Can’t call these multichromatic spheres scales, although this combination of three dotted-on, colour-changing polishes certainly looks like dragon hide, does it not? Or at least what I’ve come to assume dragon skin might look like per the Disney Corporation.
Semantics aside, this simple, random dotticure is a great example of using what you’ve got, namely colour-shifting chromatic polishes that bend and flash with each flutter of your fingertips. Done in, say, creme polishes, this would be a cute manicure, although maybe nothing too special. But painted in a trio of purple-to-blue-to-green-leaning multichromes (Enchanted Polish’s blue Across the Universe, purple Octopus’s Garden and teal Magical Mystery Tour) that all share a bit of colour overlap, this mani morphs into something almost living, like the scales of a fantastical beast, or perhaps an elaborately-hued amphibian of some sort. I’m open to suggestions!
11 thoughts on “One Enchanted Dragon”
For some reason I can’t quite put my finger on, I think I like this better than full nail swatches of these EP colors…
Because it’s all the purple and purple-ish polishes in one place at one time? 🙂
lol…that must be it…
That is stunning! I never thought of using a color shifting polish for a dotticure, but I’m sure going to try it. Love it!
Thank you very much! Colour changers are pretty awesome for making basic nail art look like NAIL ART!!! without too much effort on your part. 🙂
This is perfect for Maleficent’s nails! 🙂
Yes, it would be! Or Narissa the evil queen/dragon from Enchanted, which in this case would be doubly appropriate. 🙂
Wah!!! Have you heard Echanted 2 is going to happen soon!? Oh and I followed ya on IG! I just made my account today! 🙂
I saw that – and I followed you back! Welcome to Instagram. 🙂 I didn’t know there was going to be another Enchanted – that’s awesome, because I loved the first one. It was the cutest. 🙂
Me too!!! I love Enchanted!!! *High-five* I love the songs!!! And the whole movie!!! ❤ Ahh-ahh-ahh-ahh-ahh~ 😀 ❤
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