Today I have for you what has quickly become one of my favorites polishes ever. This is Deborah Lippmann Message in a Bottle from their spring collection, it's hard to describe this color, it's like a taupe lilac with scattered holo shimmer that just looks amazing, application was a breeze, even though it's a bit on the sheer side, I was able to get full coverage with only 3 easy coats.
I added a double feather stamp using the Moyou London's White and Silver Fox polishes and the Born Pretty Store BP-L018 plate.
I found this old mani on my drafts today from earlier this year and decided to go ahead and post it since I've been MIA for a really long time. (I've missed you too haha)
As base color I used Deborah Lippmann All Day Sucker from the spring collection this year. Honestly these polishes are great, application is super easy and you only need 2 coats for full coverage. The stamp is from the Moyou London Enchanted 16 plate with MDU Bones.
Happy Friday Guys!!
I recently asked on my instagram if you wanted to see a spring or St. Patrick's Day mani and you decided spring so here it is. I really worked hard on this mani cause I wanted to use this design as my new banner and I think it turned out pretty cute for spring.
The stamp is from the Cici & Sisi 31 plate from their 6th set, stamped with MDU black and colored with polishes from the Deborah Lippmann Sweets for my Sweet collection. I'm really liking the colors and since I'm obsessed with pastels they were perfect. Check it out!
Today I have my first spring mani even though it's still winter but it's been warmer outside these past few days and I got the Deborah Lippmann Sweets for my Sweet collection on Valentine's so I've been dying to start painting my nails in pastel colors because they're my favorite thing ever. I really like dark colors as well and when I see them on other girls nails I think to myself that looks so good but I don't like taking them off cause they can stain your cuticles and be a mess and I'm just lazy for clean ups, lets be honest.
Enough rambling, on to the mani... The base color is DL Candy Girl which is a pale pink with violet undertones, some pics might not look it but there's really more purple than red in there, application was easy, just 2 coats. For the flowers I used the same stamp twice, first with MDU Barbie and then with MDU Fantasy. Stamping plate is Moyou London The Pro 06.
Haven't posted swatches in a long time and my untried collection is overflowing my desk so I figured I should doing these posts again. Even though these are old polishes, no new collections I still like to take pictures and do a whole post just to put them away in their corresponding shelf with a clear conscience that I actually used them.
To start I picked this Deborah Lippmann glitter called Good Girl Gone Bad, I love the name cause it suits the color perfectly. Application was super easy, I almost got away with 1 coat but ended up using 2 coats to even things out.
The only downside I found and it's a HUGE one is that it stains... A LOT! My nails turned red after I removed this polish, I had to use the toothpaste technique to try and reverse the damage, and it helped a lot but be careful, use double base coat with this one.
Hope you like this post and the polish as much as I did.
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It's the final countdown of the challenge, only 8 days to go but, fear not! I already have other posts prepared for after the challenge just so I don't disappear again.
I'm excited for today cause it's not everyday that I get to wear a Deborah Lippmann polish, they're a bit expensive for me so I only own like 6 and a mini set. Anyways, I got this beauty on a sale for $7 a couple of months ago and I love it, it has a dark brown, almost black jelly base with tons small copper glitter, it can be worn by itself in just 2 coats, though I used 3 cause I'm OCD.
I love the name of this polish, it reminds me of the movie Superstar.
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It's been awhile since my last post and I miss it. I wanted to come back with a bang so today I have a gorgeous polish by Deborah Lippmann called Mermaid's Eyes. I got this polish almost 2 months ago on a Beautybrands.com sale for $6. SCORE!
This polish has a light blue base with a ton of gold shimmer and some blue small hex glitter. It look kind of frosty at times, but I don't care, it's still gorgeous.
It was almost impossible for my camera to capture this polish in all its beauty but I hope you still like the pics.
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