I have my first fall/thanksgiving nail art today. I used Sally Hansen Lava as the base color and then stamped the leaves with China Glaze Passion. I absolutely love how it turned out, the colors all compliment each other really well and after I painted my nails I couldn't stop staring at my fingers.
I don't exactly remember the number of plate I used for the leaves but as soon as I do I'll update this post. Update: the plate I used is Konad M83.
Thanks for reading <3
I've bought a lot of nail polishes in past weeks and I though I'll start a nail of the day post and force myself to try them all.
For the first installment of the series I have a Konad manicure from a new plate I got at the mall.
This is what I used:
- Color Club Love'Em Leave 'Em (Base Color)
- China Glaze First Mate (Stamp design)
- Konad plate M63
PS: I added the Color Club Love 'Em Leave 'Em swatch to my Nail Polish Swatches section in case you want to check it out.
Have a good one!
I have a really cute design for St. Patrick's day.
I used a few things which you can find detailed below.
For the french tip I cut the edge of a masking tape with a nail clipper to have that rounded edge and then I put it on my nails as a guide.
I know they already sell the french tip guides but as usual I didn't have any and had to come up with my own solution.
This is a pic of the things I used for this design, from left to right:
- Seche Vite top coat
- LA COLORS Color Craze in Treasure Island (French Tip)
- LA COLORS Color Craze in Current (Base Color)
- China Glaze in Passion (Big Clover Stamp)
- Kleancolor Nail Duo in Incredible (Small Clover Stamp)
- Bundle Monster plate BM 03, this has the clover designs.
I hope you like the design. If you have any questions just let me know.
Have a fun week!
I feel that I haven't posted a new nail art design in soo long, I've so busy taking care of other things that I don't have an afternoon to sit down and play with my polishes and my plates and come up with new fun designs. I finally have an afternoon off to play and did this super quick design on my nail which were already painted light blue since last night but, they weren't dry enough when I went to sleep and got the texture from my pillowcases, anyways let's cut to the chase.
I love how light blue and red look together, the contrast really caches my eye so I used my Bundle Monster plate BM01 and Hey Sailor from China Glazes' new collection for the stamps.
Also, since the base color was so messed up I used China Glaze Fairy Dust which is a clear base with glitter as top coat to cover the smudges.
And I almost forgot, the base color is from Kleancolor light teal.
I was all kinds of busy yesterday and got home so tired that I couldn't post this design yesterday.
It's a really simple design that I did just for fun because the guys from work and I are going to close the office on Friday and go to the beach instead (woohoo!!!) So, I took my beach towel out and started thinking... I can do this on my nails.
And here it is!
I painted my nails white first and then I cut 5 masking tape strips to put on the center of my nails to paint the other 2 colored lines.
The green color is China Glaze Paper Chasing and the blue one is China Glaze Sexy in the City.
You can use any 3 colors you like and make your own design.
Hope you like it!
I hope you're all enjoying your Super Bowl Sunday.
I'm not a big fan of football so I probably won't be watching the game (at least not entirely) instead, I decided to try another Valentine's Day manicure.
This was something I thought yesterday at work, it is really simple to do.
First, I used white as base color to paint my nails and I added a silver glitter on top of it to make it more fun.
Second, I added the little heart with a shimmery dark red color and the little hearts from my Bundle Monster plate BM03.
I applied a clear top coat to that and waited for it to be completely dry.
Now, for the cheetah part I used masking tape to cover the little heart in the design and sponged the rest of my nail with China Glaze Good Witch.
Finally, just stamp the cheetah design from the Konad plate M57 with a hot pink color and you're done!
Hope you like it,
Hi everyone, I was trying water marbling for the second time ever and I failed, yet again. Still there were a couple of fingers I could save from the disaster and I included them in this manicure.
The rest of my fingers have Color Club Who Are You Wearing and the lace design on Konad's m57 plate stamped with Sally Hansen Black Out.
This picture is from my left hand.
And this is the picture from my right hand. I included both hands in the blog because my ring fingers have water marbling on them and they look totally different.
I'll keep trying until I master this, even if it's the last thing I do.
Ps: Sorry for the bad lighting.
Enjoy your weekend!
Funny fact about me: I've been totally obsessed with the Wizard of Oz ever since I can remember, I got the blu-ray special edition movie, t-shirts, watch, you name it.
Now that I got the collection from China Glaze I just want to wear these polishes. So, today I bring you: Dorothy Who? which is a really sparkly cerulean blue and I added a couple of white daisies to each nail with my Konad plate M60 and using the dotting technique I did the yellow centers.
Let me know what you think and please subscribe.
I really wanted to paint my nails with a dark color and I've been wanting to try C-C- Courage from China Glaze which I bought recently.
I love the deep sparkly purple from this nail polish. I added the mesh design from my Konad plate and though about adding something else but the design was already pretty enough. I'm gonna be wearing it for a few days.
Today's nail art was inspired by autumn, I know it's last season (hehehe!) but I don't know why I was thinking about it.
I used China Glaze Cowardly Lyin' as base color and Sally Hansen in red for the leaf stamp, Which can be found on the Bundle Monster plates.
It's a really simple design and since the stamp was big it can be used for a full nail manicure. Enjoy