Today I have another Halloween mani, this one was really fun to do and I only needed 1 stamping plate for the whole design. The base color is Envy Lacquer Fairy Wings, it's a super light grey cream with some pink shimmer running through it which I loved.
The stamping plate I used is from Bundle Monster, BM-224, and then I used Moyou London Silver Fox and their black polish for the double stamp.
Today I have another polish from Morgan Taylor's Selfie Summer collection, I know I'm late to the party but I like to wear lighter color in between fall's darker shades to cheer me up and also as palette cleanser. This shade in particular is super pretty, it's way more pinkish and neon in real life but these colors are the hardest to photograph.
For the stamp I used Moyou London's Silver Fox and BM XL160.
I have one of the Essie polishes I got on TJ Maxx recently, if you follow me on instagram you might've seen a picture of my Essie haul, I got 4 darker/fall polishes for $3.99 each.
Haute Tub is a gorgeous dark plum shade with gold/pink shifting micro flakies, the base color is a bit dark so it covers the shine of the flakies a bit, it's still a pretty color.
For the stamp I used Essie No Place Like Chrome with the Bundle Monster BM XL-28 plate.
I'm so excited for the long weekend that I decided to post this super fun mani just cause it makes me happy to stare at it, from this first pic you can see where I got my inspiration from ($6 leggings from Target)
I used Morgan Taylor's No Filter Needed from this year's Summer Collection, it's my first time trying this brand and I got to admit I really like it.
The stamps are from Bundle Monster BM-XL 213 and BM plate with Moyou London stamping polishes.
Las week I went to Five Below for the first time ever and I came across some Fresh Paint Mood polishes that I needed to try out. The first one is called Celestial Daw and it's changes from a super light almost pink lilac when warm to a dark blue toned purple when cold which you can see on the swatch pics.
For the nail art I used a couple of Bundle Monster plates XL503 and XL501.
I'm back after a little break and a crazy storm, hope you all on the east coast stayed safe this week. So excited to start my holiday manicures early, I love themed designs and I definitely love the fall colors to come up with fun stuff, so the get ready for it I decided to create my first halloween mani.
These are just simple, yet fun pumpkin nails, base color is Butter London Torch, stamped with the Moyou London Festive 14 plate and their Pumpkin stamping polish (for the stripes), then added the carved faces from the Bundle Monster BM S204 plate with black and gold holo polish.
This is the last polish of the OPI fall Collection, can't believe we finally made it. I had a lot of fun testing all these beautiful polishes and coming up with nail art ideas for them and I hope you enjoyed them too.
Now on to today's polish, Aurora Berry-Allis is a dusty pink, it looks like a vintage pink to me which seems perfect for fall, I added a maple leaf decal colored with some polishes from this same collection. Plate is from Bundle Monster XL157.
Just a couple more polishes left to show you from this OPI Collection. This next one is a dusty taupe color, it might look more or less pink toned depending on the light, I've never had anything like it and I'm still deciding if it looks good with my skin tone so I'll let you be the judge.
For the stamp I used the Bundle Monster BM XL-206 with Moyou London Himalayan Salt Stamping polish.
It's already Wednesday and I have a cute mani to brighten the rest of your week. I got sunflowers today, I've been staring at this plate for months but I've been scared to use it in case I couldn't accomplished what I had imagined, I finally summed up the courage and did it and I am quite pleased.
The plate is from Born Pretty Store, it has a really long name so if you're interested just look for sunflowers and it's the plate 29, you can't miss it, it's a round one. As for the polishes I used Moyou London Toasted Mocha for the stamp and then colored it in with yellow and orange.
About a month ago I got both of the Essie Silk Watercolor mini sets, that include their line of sheer jelly's that you can layer and mix for different colors and I've been dying to use them for a same color gradient. I finally gathered the courage and went with this glitter+jelly layer combo.
First I used my glitter as base, this was as close as silver as I found on my stash, then I layered the jelly color on my nails, one coat covering 1/3rd of my nail, second coat covering 2/3rd and the third coat covering my whole nail to give it a bit of a gradient. Finally I added a black wavy stamp with the BM 201 plate.
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