L-R – Dangerous, Covet, Poison, Distortion, Pagan & Technopagan
Look #1 – Using Dangerous, Covet & Pagan
I had 2 ideas in mind for these polishes, so on my middle finger I used my nail striper and created a diagonal line. I then filled it in with Dangerous (Grey creme) & Pagan (Blackened Purple creme) I then took my largest dotting tool and dotted Covet down the middle of the line.
On my ring & pinky finger, the concept was the same except I did a funky french mani using Dangerous for the tip. Both extremely simple looks to achieve and I love how these 3 shades look together! Very Fall-esque!
Look #2 – Using Poison, Dangerous, Covet & Pagan
For this look, I used all dotting tools! I painted the entire nail in Poison (Shimmer Ivy Green) and used Covet with my largest dotting tool. With a medium sized tool, I dotted Pagan right on top of Covet. And because I’m incredibly obsessed with the grey creme in this collection, I added a few smaller dots on the outside.
If you would like to see full swatches (and maybe even more nail art?!) with this collection, please let me know in the comments below and I can do that for you!
Unknown Pleasures collection is available online at Sephora.com, Beautylish.com, and OCCMakeup.com beginning 8/5 for $10. Hashtag for the collection is currently #UnknownPleasures.
Also, this is the first time Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Nail Lacquers will be available to try in-store at Sephora launching on 9/19.
*Provided for an honest review. All opinions are my own*