Friday, October 5, 2012

Zoya Giveaway - from Verve 360 - CLOSED


Hey guys! I have a fun and easy little giveaway to share with you today. 

This giveaway is sponsored by Verve 360, a Pittsburgh salon that focuses on holistic wellness and creating a new model for complete health and wellness. For more information on their philosophy, visit their website, Facebook page or Twitter @VerveWellness.

One reader will be selected to receive Zoya Natty and Zoya Toni. This giveaway is open to residents of the contiguous United States, and will close at midnight on Friday, October 12th. Must be a follower of Chalkboard Nails to win. The winner will be drawn at random once the giveaway has closed, and will have 48 hours after being notified to claim their prize.

HERE'S HOW TO ENTER:
  1. Leave a comment on this post telling me how you would combine these two Zoya colors in a manicure! One comment per person or you will be disqualified. THIS IS REQUIRED.
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326 comments

  1. I would do a stripped mani with full accent nails on alternating hands.

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  2. Leopard Spots! Alternating the colours on each finger.

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  3. I'd go polka dots all the way :D

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  4. I would do a swirly stamp pattern with natty as the base and toni as the pattern!

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  5. taped manicure with alternating proportions of the two colors

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  6. Would love to combine these two with stamping.

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  7. I would do a paisley pattern!

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  8. Dotted version, but these dotts would be the transion. Like on this picture:
    http://img.videosmart.eu/vid_img/v001/090704.01.adobe-photoshop-egyedi-retro-stilus-keszites.jpg

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    1. I read now, that it's in US only. Please delete my entry. Thanks and sorry for the misunderstanding! Have a good game! :)

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  9. I totally see this as a full manicure of horizontally striped nails. So cute!

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  10. i think toni and natty would make a beautiful gradient, with the two meeting in the middle to create a dusky, dark purple. since i have two wild little boys, a gradient is as elaborate as i could hope to get!

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  11. I guess it would be stripes or a tape mani with the two colors. I'm not good at nail art.

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  12. I would do a colorful french tip, or go to town with my dotting tool. maybe both!

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  13. I would do a polka dot design. :]

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  14. I would use the two colors and do a tape manicure. Probably do a Zig Zag pattern.

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  15. I'd do a reverse french mani. I'm horrid at nail art. Thanks for the chance!

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  16. I would water marble - assuming they are good for water marbling! I would do two drops of Toni for every one drop of Natty and either try to do a flower design or a sort of "loop" effect.

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  17. I would do a half moon manicure, with natty in the 1/2 moon and Toni for most of the manicure.

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  18. I'd keep it simple with a full Toni mani and Natty for an accent finger.

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  19. I would do a water marble design with them :)

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  20. These colors would complement each other so well in an owl manicure :) I'd use them to make owls!! And use some bright neons for accents for the eyes and feathers, but these would make super cute and matching owl nails.

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  21. Saran wrap finish to look like coloured marble.

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  22. I would checkerboard the two, but with different size checks.

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  23. I wouldn't do anything with them. Less is more. These colours are so beautiful that they, and only they, deserve the attention.

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  24. This has a fierce feel like Louboutin style nails. I'd do Natty on top and Toni underneath

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  25. Well I would try a water marble never tried Zoya in water yet but if it works that's what I will try with these colors thanks for the chance :)

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  26. I would use Toni for a dotted french tip over Natty.

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  27. I think they'd look really nice together in a dot gradient!

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  28. Dots, dots, dots!! And then some more dots :)

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  29. I think I'd like to do an argyle mani with some silver "stitching"

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  30. I would use Toni as a base and stamp Natty over it - probably a floral or paisley :)

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  31. I would do a simple color blocking manicure.

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  32. A diagonal tiip tape mani to show these beautiful complimentary colors together.

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  33. I would use them in a water marble swirl design with Toni as the base color.

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  34. I'd do a "chanel-couture" mani with Natty as the color that lines the nail and Toni as the color in the middle.

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  35. Ooooh a water marble would be pretty :)

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  36. I would do a half moon or chevron with them.

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  37. I would do a tape mani or watermarble design.

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  38. I would use these two colors to do a reverse french manicure.

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  39. I'll try a full manicure of horizontally strips!

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  40. I think I'd like to try some chevrons.

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  41. Laser mani, using striping tape.

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  42. I'd do a base of Toni with diagonal stripes of Natty!

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  43. If I had these gorgeous colors, I would do a gradient/sunset type manicure, with some other reddish-purples or oranges in there too.

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  44. I would do a double lightning bolt, with Toni in the background, then a silver and Natty over the top. Kind of like this: http://nailside.blogspot.com/2011/06/tutorial-double-lightning-bolt.html

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  45. I would do a random mani, with different designs on each nail. laser, leopard, zebra, (I'll try my enemy the water marble....) and a dot gradient!!
    P.S. Love your blog!!

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  46. From the moment I saw Natty, it has been such a lemming for me. I'd use Natty as the base color, and do a floral pattern, using Toni for the petals and Natty again for the inside of the flower.

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  47. I would definitely be doing a striped manicure! I love these two colors together!

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  48. I would either do a chevron design or a half moon. These are perfect fall colors!

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  49. I would do some sort of tape manicure with these two colors! They're so perfect for fall :)

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  50. I think these would be lovely as a spun sugar mani. I've been wanting to try that mani.

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  51. Retro circle dot line mani with one color as the base lines and dots in the second color follow with dots by the first color.

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  52. I'd do stripes!

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  53. i would do a manicure with one color and an accent nail

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  54. These colors would look great with a chevron or curved chevron (fishtail/heart shaped) design! thats how i would use them! Love those two colors!

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  55. Stripes, obviously!

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  56. Definately dotticure with opposite dots on a couple of nails :)

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  57. I would use Toni as my base and do spun sugar with Natty on top!!

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  58. I think these colors would look great in a water marble manicure!

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  59. I would do an argyle pattern on my thumb and ring finger. On the rest of my nails I would have stripes.

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  60. I'd love to try a colorful french manicure. I'd use the red as the base color and dark blue for the tips. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  61. I would use these to make a really cool aboriginal dot pattern. think, like, Papua New Guinea.

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  62. I would use TONI for the base And NATTY for dots

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  63. I would use these in a water marble mani with a silver added in to give the manicure an extra pop.

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  64. I'd use Toni as a base and Natty for the spun sugar technique! I've been dying to try that technique out!

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  65. Half-moon manicure with these would be gorgeous!

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  66. Half moon nails! I am so addicted to them. Using Toni as the base and Natti as my half moons!

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  67. I've been on a major water marbling kick lately, so I would marble the two.

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  68. I am kind of boring, but I think I would alternate base colors and do the reverse french tip with them. They're SO fall :D

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  69. I would probably try and do a water marble with these two colors and maybe add another fall looking color to it to make a fall looking mani :) Thank you for the chance :)

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  70. How wouldn't you use these two colors together? A gradient, stripes, a french manicure with one on the tips the other as the base color, stamped...the possibilities are endless! Very pretty color combo :)

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  71. I would use my dotting tool to do that neat overlapping dot mani - I've never done it before but I think the contrast would look gorgeous!!

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  72. Gradient nails for sure! They'd make a beautiful fall manicure.

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  73. I woud paint my nails using the burgandy and then do scallops on the end with the blue! Or maybe a gradiant!

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  74. I would use them as a gradient, stripes, or taped mani. You can do so many things with them and they're perfect fall/winter colors.

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  75. I just recently got a set of dotting tools - I would have to play with them.

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  76. I would use one for a base and the other on top with saran wrap!

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  77. I would probably wear the purple on my pinky, index and thumb and the blue on my middle and ring fingers. Then add an indie glitter which complements both colors on the tips of each nail fading halfway down.

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  78. I would do a Ruffian manicure with these colors :)

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  79. These colors are perfect for creating a dotted design. Subtle, but still noticeable without seeming too gaudy.

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  80. I would use Natty as the background use Toni for a floral print.

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  81. Would Zoya be a good watermarble polish? I would totally love to try it out!

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  82. I would use these two colors to do the hole punch and painters tape method with stars with maybe a little gold in there...would be so pretty.

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  83. I can think of about a million things to do with these colors, drip mani w/ alternating colors, polka dots, throw some silver or gold in there and do some geometric shapes

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  84. I'm obsessed with doing a half-moon mani for myself right now, and I really think these colors would be perfect! Gorgeous!

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  85. I would do a Ruffian on one nail a outline on one nail a polka dot gradient from small to large a half moon on one with dots on one and finally color blocking on the final nail o love skittles/mitch match nails

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  86. Each nail would have a different design, some stripes, some diagonals, others gradients :)

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  87. I would do a water marble! I think they would look so stunning together :)

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  88. I too would love to try these in a half-moon mani.

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  89. I would use them both as base coats and stamp pink ribbons on them to show that I am a 2 time breast cancer survivor!!

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  90. I would do a water marble! Something really classy but fun. ^_^

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  91. These are so pretty! I think a funky-french with purple tips would be so pretty! I'm sure that I'd have to add some glitter to this, though...I just can't help myself!

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  92. I would do zebra/ lepord print.

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  93. I am sure I will most likely water marble, what i love. These colors would go for great half moons too :-)

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  94. Stamping and/or dots!

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  95. Spray bottle splatter mani. Love those.

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  96. The braided design would look really awesome with these colors and a metallic accent like silver or gold.

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  97. I would use a nude colored base and dot with these two.

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  98. Add white and make a distressed or antiqued American flag.

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  99. I would do a checker board patter with alternating color on every finger except the ring finger where I would use a stamp

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  100. I would love to do a diagonal split with these and nail striping tape!

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  101. I would do a puzzle piece mani with tape and dotting tools.

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  102. I'm not creative so I'd just use the green as an accent nail and do the burgundy on the rest.

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  103. I like doing diagonal tape manis when I want to try out two new colors: that way, my nails are half one color and half the other, and I can appreciate both of them!

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  104. I would do a gradient with these! <3

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  105. Half moon, I've been wanting to try it and those colors look perfect for it.

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  106. Half moon, I've been wanting to try it and those colors look perfect for it.

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  107. Maybe I'm not very creative, but I feel like these would look great as a two-tone french.

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  108. Just recently have become interested in this nailart thing. I know I can do stripes, so that's what I would do. I'm trying to build my polish collection so this would be an awesome win for me. :)

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  109. I would do a nautical striped manicure with them by add some silver anchors to the stripes. :)

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  110. I would use them in a chevron mani.

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  111. Polka dots! Alternate the base color on the accents too :)

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  112. I think I would do a nice fall colored water marble.

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  113. I think I would just do a diagonal 50/50 with these, they are gorgeous and I don't own any Zoya!!

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  114. I would do a braided nails look with these two colors(:

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  115. I'm thinking a half moon mani would look pretty awesome or maybe add another Zoya color and do some argyle nails.

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  116. I would do a diagonal gradient with a partial, intricate stamp on the accent nail in the Zoya Toni. :)

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  117. i would definitely do some stamping with these!

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  118. Oh I would love to do a plaid mani with these colors and then I could say I am wearing ME on my fingers since one of the polishes has my name (which is so totes cool, right? I love it!)

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  119. I think these would make a really pretty gradient!

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  120. Ooo saran wrap manicure for sure. This would look so pretty together.

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  121. I would do a half-moon with them...and then probably take it off because I can never do a good-looking half-moon and just do Toni with a Natty accent nail.

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  122. I love polka dots. So I'd do Toni as the base, and dot Natty all over the top!

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  123. I'd love to use them in a dot mani where they fade in to one another!

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  124. I'm not super skilled with nail art, but I think something simple and geometric would look really chic and cool with these two colors, like base coat with one color and a few nails with triangle accents painted over in the other color. You could even switch up which which color was base and which was the accent to make it pop a bit more. Just enough subtle and just enough quirky for my taste, I think. :)

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  125. Oh the possibilities are endless!! Cool stamping patterns, awesome fall designs, leopard or zebra designs, etc! You name it, I'll try it! Oh! And maybe a watercolor! ;)

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  126. Definitely a Saran Wrap mani!!!
    Love jewel tones for fall:D

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  127. I would absolute do an animal print, maybe zebra or leopard or both!

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  128. Loooove these two colors together! I'd probably do a dotted manicure, my go-two. I'd alternate between natty dots on a toni background and toni dots on a natty background.

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  129. I'd do a mix of patterns: a gradient, a striping tape pattern, a stamped pattern, a funky French, and a dotted pattern.

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  130. Solid white nails with alternating Toni and Natty polka dots!

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  131. I would try a water marble with these 2 colors :) They are Gorgeous!

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  132. I would do stripped accent nails and the rest solid. Thanks for the give away :-)

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  133. i would paint the whole nail with Natty and seran wrap with toni

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  134. I would do Natty over the whole nail with dots in Toni around the half moon area.

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  135. Inspired by your blog- I would do hounds tooth! What a preppy fall manicure that would be!

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  136. I'd do an ikat design with Natty being the main color and Toni as the dot things. lol.

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  137. I've been wanti g to try doing stars with painters tape star punches and these two colors are the perfect fall colors to try. I would alternate the base colors and then do random stars on my nails.

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  138. I'd do 1/3 Toni and 2/3 Natty vertically on all 10 nails, with interlocking dots along the line where they meet. Mattified. Awesome for fall.

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  139. I'd love to water marble with them! Those two colors would look awesome as a water marble :)

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  140. I would love to do a diagonal tape mani with these two! I've been trying more tape manis lately and going for a diagonal design is my fave.

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  141. I think I would probably do a saran wrap manicure - I'd love the deep, murky colours interplaying like that.

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  142. Maybe a gradient with these 2 and a silver :)

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  143. Probably something super simple with natty as a base and Toni on the tips :)

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  144. I would totally use these to do a plaid manicure. :D

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  145. Probably sponge in random places and then stmp or use natty as two accent nails and Toni on the other three with nothing on them.

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  146. I would have to try a half moon manicure with these, or possibly a gradient!

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  147. I would do one of two things. I would do either a plastic wrap manicure or a side french manicure.

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  148. I would do a braided manicure and add silver to help the colors pop.

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  149. I would do a half-moon manicure with blue at the bottom and the rose color on top.

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  150. Toni as the base color and Natty for a drip design :)

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  151. I would love to try my first gradient. Thank you for doing this giveaway

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  152. Definitely would do a water marble!

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  153. Gradient dots coming from the nail bed, with the colours switching on random fingers.

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  154. Those are my 2 favorite colors, so the first thing that came to mind would be to incorporate both colors along with nude or off-white polish to create a tribal print. Kind of like this:

    http://nailsxinfinity.tumblr.com/post/14273663085/alexfenn-tricolor-aztec-tribal-fake-nails-for

    Only both the blue and purple will be on the same nail.

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  155. I would use Toni on my left hand, except the ring finger which would be Natty with a lightning bolt done with Toni on top. I would switch the colors for my right hand - all fingers done with Natty and an accent nail on the ring finger with Toni as a base and a Natty lightning bolt!

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  156. I think french mani with the full nail color being matte and then switching the colors on the accent nail might be rather fun.

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  157. I'm pretty boring so I would probably just do one color on one hand and the other on the opposite hand and switch up a pinky on each.

    Thank you for the shot! Zoya is my favorite polish brand and I would LOVE to have these essential fall colors.

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  158. I would love to combine these two with stamping. :)

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  159. I think these two would contrast well together in a dotticure (esp since I just got new dotters, lol)! But not just any dotticure, the ones (sorry Idk the proper name) where you double dot the two colors & the dots turn out looking sorta like rings =)

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  160. I think it would be pretty to use Toni & Natty in a water marble.

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  161. I would use these for either a framed mani or stripes. :)

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  162. I would do a water marble with black added.

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  163. Zoya Natty + Toni + Snow White for a dotted mani! :)

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  164. I'd add a 3rd color (metallic gold) & do a holiday color braided mani.

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  165. i would do a gradient with a cute nail stamping on top c:

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  166. Tape mani would be my choice :D

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  167. Tape mani or leopard print! Plus a few crystals on an accent finger :)

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  168. I guess I would do a Tape mani or an accent nail. these two color look amazing together!
    Thanks for that giveaway!

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  169. I would do vertical stripes with a half moon striped mani in a couple of fingers.

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  170. i would try stamp or bicolor manucure :)

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  171. Accent nail would be sweet but I think a melting type effect would look amazing! The red melting over the blue.

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  172. I would try tape mani with this two colors most prob looks good with lazer like design.

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  173. I'd love to do a cloud mani with these - I've been obsessed with them lately! (and since it looks best with three colors, I'd mix the two for a purple!)

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  174. I think these would look great water marbled!

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  175. Ooh wow I'd love to win these, I've always wanted to try out zoya!

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  176. Combo stripes and dots! Thanks Sarah!

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  177. I'd mix them together and create triangle shapes using tape.

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  178. I've been wanting to do more tape manis lately, so I would go with that :)

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  179. maybe a version of the US flag, I have that comin up in my challenge.

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  180. I would defiitely do a subtle ruffian mani or a gradient, I think they would blend well.

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  181. I would definitely do a gradient with these two colors and over the top do a zebra stripe mani in black, or I would water marble with these colors with black and do accent silver dots. :)

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  182. I would definetely do a sponged gradient.

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