I didn't do a close-up of my thumb or my pinky since they're not really nail art, but I'll still list polishes. My thumb has OPI "Over & Over A-Gwen" with one coat of 365 Days of Color "Nothing Suits Me Like A Suit" over it. By far my favorite black and white glitter in the world, just by the way. My pinky was two easy coats of "Librarian's Shush" by Femme Fatale Cosmetics. I added this because it softened the other nails a bit and she used to work as a library assistant so I knew she'd appreciate the name! Now on to the actual nail art.
For my pointer finger, I did a sort of gunmetal color base ("Carbonite" from Revlon) with some simulated blood spatter. The blobs were applied using a dotting tool that I bought from Winstonia Store. As with my thumb, this red is "Over & Over A-Gwen" from OPI.
For my middle finger, I decided to do a simple N7 design. I was really excited about this one since it was the most detailed thing I could really do with the thickness of brushes that I have. There are a ton of different designs used for the N7 logo, but I went off the one on my hoodie sleeve. The base was (again!) OPI "Over & Over A-Gwen." After the base and the top coat that I put over it dried, I used Scotch tape to paint all but a thin stripe black using "Camelot" from A England. After that dried, I used a striping brush to add the white lines with OPI "Alpine Snow." The N7 logo itself was also freehanded using a brush and "Alpine Snow."
For my ring finger, I decided to do a single galaxy nail. The base for this was "Camelot" from A England and top coat. After that dried, I sponged on a mixture of "Downtown" by Revlon, "Perle" by Dior, "50/50" by ORLY, "Lady of the Lake" by A England, and "Tess d'Urbervilles" by A England. After those all dried, I added small "stars" using "Carbonite" by Revlon. When that dried, it was time for a top coat and it was all done!
I've had better galaxy nails (I clearly need to practice them more often!), but overall I was really happy with these! I actually did this design on both nails and wore them to a friend's bridal shower and got quite a few compliments. Do any of you have any different techniques or colors you like to add in galaxy nails?