I did a video tutorial for an easy easter mani, I hope you like it.
I've had a long weekend and I have another one next week so I feel super relaxed and not at all annoyed to think that today is Sunday and we have to go back tomorrow.
To help with the mood I'm wearing a gorgeous polish by China Glaze called Designer Satin, it's super old but I got it just last year. Application was smooth as silk and it dries super shiny and jelly like.
Don't you just love it? I gotta admit is a bit darker in person but just as beautiful.
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Are u guys excited about the weekend? I'm so looking forward to sleeping late and play with my polishes.
To start the weekend I have an oldie, this is China Glaze Side Saddle from way back when (Fall 2008). This polish is a dark redish plum with a ton of gold and copper shimmer. Formula was great only 2 coats needed for full opacity. Check it.
I'm impressed of how much I liked this polish, I usually don't go for the darker polishes but I can see myself wearing this again with some stamps maybe?
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Even though here in Costa Rica we only have 2 seasons: Rainy and sunny I still enjoy the changing weather from around the world and it's characteristic colors.
Since fall is starting I wanted to do a mani inspired on it with leaves and yellow colors. For the base I used OPI Alpine Snow with a coat of CG White Cap for some shimmer.
For the stamping I used plate Mash 44 and a Kleancolor Metallic gold and Essie Penny Talk
It's been super cloudy all week so the pics are not the best but I still wanted to share this design with you.
Also, I wanted to tell you that my limited edition Halloween duo is already in the store. You can get it at www.fgtpolish.weebly.com
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After a huge post about my nail polish collection yesterday I'm happy to post some nail art. I've been obsessed with neon lately, I buy everything neon, shoes, clothes, blankets and it's the same with my nails.
A couple of weeks ago I did this design with a bunch of neon polishes and my XL plate in A. let me know if you wanna know the exact colors.
I wore this mani for a few days and it was a big hit, even my mom had nice things to say about it. What do you think?
If you have some extra money laying around don't forget to visit my franken polish store www.fgtpolish.weebly.com
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It's here!!!! The final post of my 45 Days of untrieds challenge (sobs)
I wanted to finish this challenge with a bang! and what better way to do it than with a glitter bomb. I have for you China Glaze Glitter All The Way from the Holiday 2012 collection, this polish is a clear base packed with gold, green, red, and purple glitter, it can be work by itself but I used a purple polish as base.
There's different hex sizes in the glitter, you can take a closer look below.
I wanted to do something more special than just a swatch so I added a lighting stamp with black polish and a Bundle Monster plate that I can't remember the number (sorry)
I'm so excited to move on to different and more fun stuff. I'm going on vacay tomorrow and I'll make sure to take a lot of pics and video to show you.
Thank you so much for going through this challenge with me and visiting my blog. Hugs