3.19.2013

Crumpet's Nail Tarts: Tri-Polish Challenge

Happy Tuesday Loves!

I recently joined the Crumpet's Nail Tarts, and they are just starting the Tri-Polish Challenge. Debbie does a great job of explaining the challenge in this post, but basically you have 3 colors that are your theme colors and use for 4 mani's a month. This month's colors are Coral, Green and Purple.

I had a really hard time choosing which 3 shades I wanted to use (since you have to stick with the same shades for all 4 manis) but eventually ended up with Fresh Paint - Pistachio (Green), Sinful Colors - Hazard (Coral), and Zoya - Lotus (Purple):


Here is today's challenge mani:





For this mani, I used all three colors from the challenge theme. Part of the fun of this challenge is that you don't need to use all 3 colors every time, only 2 so who knows what my next 3 manis will hold!



Make sure to check out all the other Nail Tart's Coral, Green and Purple March Manis:

23 comments:

  1. This is super cute Stephanie! Seeing all of these posts today makes me want to join the fun!

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    1. Thanks Brandi! Anyone can join in by joining the Crumpets Nail Tarts group on Facebook :)

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    2. I really want to enter...I just worry about having the time. :) I already am thinking of colors to use...

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  2. I love the color combo Stephanie and the large dots pulls it all together :)

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    1. Thanks Girl! I thought it really pulled it together as well!

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  3. Love the Zoya shade :D Great start cant wait to see what you come up with :D

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    1. Thanks Joanne! Im not sure what Im going to do for the rest of them but there are so many awesome ideas already!

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  4. i love this!! mine kinda looks bad in comparison :O

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  5. Great combo, and I love this mani! I also love your nail shape!

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  6. so pretty! great manicure!

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  7. Love this mani, and those colors look so great together!

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