The base colour I chose was May from Chanel. A divine pink with some great coverage. I wore it for a few days and let it chip before I added the second colour. Quite clever if I can say so myself.
The trick with getting the added shade to look even and fabulous is to use round stickers. My first try was unsuccessful because I used stickers that were too big. I hope you learn from my mistake friends. These stickers were much better, and they even colour-coordinated with the yellow I had chosen to use.
And as for the result, I should have let the nail polish dry a little longer. Unfortunately, as I am an inpatient lady, I couldn't wait to reveal and as such I got small marks where the stickers were. The result was far from perfect but it was great fun to try something different.
When I do this again I will first of all leave the stickers to dry for at least 10 minutes. I will also ensure that the nail polish has not chipped at the base and my base colour will only have one layer to make the top layer not appear so thick on top. I have learnt my lesson and now I am wondering what I should take my inspiration from for my next two toned manicure. Perhaps the Viking would approve of me using his outfit as a colour chart?
Have you tried two toned nails? What are your best tips? Are you also loving toasted sandwhiches in winter?