I'm so excited for today's post. I've been busy working in what seems like every bloggers dream: they're own nail polish collection and it's finally here!!
I've done frankens before but never a full collection that I'm completely proud of like this Christmas one.
To start I have swatches of Gift Wrapping. This is a milky white slightly sparkly base with different size holo red glitter and dark red matte glitter.
The swatches are 2 coats of Gift Wrapping by itself. No base color needed.
I'm in love with how this polish turned out. I've been wearing it for a few days now and I don't wanna take it off.
Here's a pic of the full Holiday Collection. I'll be posting swatches of each and every color during the next few days.
The price of each bottle is $7 for 10ml +$2.50 shipping for the first bottle and $0.75 for each extra bottle.
If you're interested in buying them send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or twitter & kik: @moriesnailart
Thanks for reading!!!
I'm super excited to introduce you full on my new polish collection from my favorite movie ever: The Wizard of Oz.
When I first heard about OZ the Great and Powerful I was a little worried that I was gonna hate it and I was also dissapointed with the OPI collection cause the colors were all so dull and boring. C'mon the Wizard of Oz is super colorful and doing neutrals is lame.
Anyways I decided to make my own take on it. Here it is:
Sheer pink base with a ton of tiny pink holo glitter and square pink and iridescent glitter. You can wear it over pink, purple or black. The pics are 2 coats over China Glaze Empowerment.
Baby blue creme base with white square glitter and small and medium red hex glitter. The pics are 2 coats over OPI What's With The Cattitude.
Yellow Brick Road
Sheer jelly yelllow base with gold micro glitter and yellow square glitter. Pictures are 2 coats over China Glaze Lemon Fizz.
Green sheer base with green holographic micro glitter and big green and black holographic hex glitter. Pictures are 2 coats over black polish.
Clear base with a mix oof red, blue and yellow glitter in different shapes and sizes. The pics are 1 coat over Essie Absolutely Shore.
All of these beauties are now available for purchase here
.Thank you so much for visiting my site and for all your support.
Happy Monday guys!
I'm on the last week of my challenge, only 5 days left!!
I'll probably keep doing my daily posts once I get back from vacation cause I'm gonna have a million new polishes. Anyways for the time being I'm wearing Kleancolor Black Out which is a really sheer black jelly base with micro silver glitter and big hex holo glitter.
The base is not pigmented enough to wear it by itself so I used a black polish as base. You could also use a dark purple or blue base maybe.
I used 2 easy coats for these pics with no problem. The only issue I've ever had with this brand is that they take forever to dry but I just put on a fast dry top coat and I'm good to go.
I have nothing else to say haha.
Thanks for reading lovelies <3
This will be the second post of the day, a polish that really surprised me cause I thought it was just another glitter but it's actually one of my fave polishes from the challenge.
Be-Jeweled is a mix of super fine lilac glitter with small hex pink glitter that shines like diamonds. I just love it!!
I wonder if I should get more of the Gem Crush polishes since I loved this one so much. What do u guys think?
Thanks again for reading <3
Today I have my first China Glaze Prismatic glitter on the blog. When I heard about these polishes I knew I had to get them all (which I did) and even tho they didn't live up to the hype I'm still glad I got them.
The first one I tried is Full Spectrum. It's a pinkish, lavander polish with tons of hexagonal glitter in every color possible. I know these are supposed to be duo-chromes but usually you only the the color difference depending on the lighting. This one shifted from pink, to lavander to silver but. Check out the pics.
On the pic above you can see how the polish looks almost like a silver glitter.
This last pic was taken in the shade and the polish here looks more purpley than in direct sunlight. Bottom line the polish does shift color but you will see only one color at a time not like with regular duo chromes that you see the degrading of the colors in your nails.
If you wanna pick up this shade you can get it at Victoriasnailsupply.com for $3.50 (Where I got mine)
What do you think? Did you get any of the prismatic glitters?
Thanks for reading <3
It's been sunny and warm here in Costa Rica since the beginning of the year so I felt like wearing something according to the weather. In this case I chose Sally Hansen Sun Kissed. I don't usually wear orange polish but I thought it would go perfect with some glitter on top.
First off the swatches without anything else. In these pics I have 2 coats and no top coat.
Don't you just wanna squeeze my nails : ). As for the glitter part I chose Kleancolor Shooting Star which is a mix of teal, gold, red hexagonal glitter and some small hexagonal silver glitter on an orangy base. This is just one coat of the glitter.
And of course the Macro Shot of this lovely glitter:
Do you like this combo? I think it would be perfect for the summer months.
Thank you for reading <3
A couple of weeks ago I received some gorgeous glitters in the mail and I've been dying to try them an today I finally have the first one to show you.
This is a pink/ salmon jelly packed with iridicent glitter. I used 4 coats and you can still see my nail line so it might work better as a top coat, still the polish it's a beauty. Check it:
And now a macro pic of the glitter in the bottle:
Isn't it gorgeous? You can get this Limited Edition Glitter at Victorias Nails Supply for $3.50 or by clicking here
.Thanks you for reading <3
It's already day 9, one of my favorite of the whole challenge, Rainbow Nails. I spent the last few days trying different stuff to do for today and nothing seems to be good enough so I went back to basics and did a rainbow plain and simple. I used 7 different glitter polishes, some masking tape and a lot of patience and I fell in love with the results:
Doesn't it remind you of Rainbow Brite's socks?
That's all I think about when I look at my nails.
Here's is the list of polishes I used in case you want to try this at home:
Now my favorite part of the challenge, checking out my friends manicures for today.
Lindsay: Polish & Diamonds
Holly: Nail Polish Rehab
Nicole: My Nails. My Polish
I've been a little lazy these days not posting regularly and I apologize. On the bright side I have been taking pics of everything I wore on my nails and I'm going to share it with you right here:
Essie Splash of Grenadine
And now the one's I'm more excited about:
Marry a Millionaire
It's been a busy couple of weeks and I haven't got the time to post anything. I went to Florida last week and got a bunch of new polish that I will be posting here.
To start I have Zoya Marina:
I always use three coats with my polishes but you can get away with two. Also I added two coats of NYC Starry Silver Glitter.
What do you think? Would you wear this combo?