I was recently feeling like Periwinkle on my nails and on a quick target run to get medicine I stumbled upon this great shade by Sinful Colors called Sail La Vie. The polish went supper smooth on my nails, only 2 coat needed for full opacity.
I added this cute lace stamp using the Bundle Monster BM-XL206 plate and Moyou London's White Knight.
I have been thinking about tribal nails for awhile now and I've seen this type of design everywhere and I finally decided to give it a try and it didn't dissapoint. I wore it for several days and I was so sad when I had to remove it, does that happen to you too?
To achieve the look I used the dry brush technique, I had to re do a few nails cause I'm still learning but I'm proud cause I didn't gave up and the results were pretty good. I started with a white base using Wet and Wild Correction tape , then I used Sinful Colors in Cotton Candy, Sweet Tooth, Sweet Nothing and Essie Chills and Thrills and the dry brush technique for multi color base. Finally I stamped the design with MDU Bones and the MoYou London Explorer 24 plate.
I liked the results so much that I'll be trying this technique again with different colors for sure. What do you guys think? Do you have a favorite technique at the moment?
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I've been practicing with stamped decals a lot and I just love it, the whole process is like therapy to me, from choosing the design and colors to actually painting the stamp and waiting for it to dry and then the discovery of how everything turned out, let me tell you I'm hooked. You will be seeing a lot of decals in the future.
For today's mani I used Essie I'm Addicted as base color and Zoya Sunshine as accent/textured nail, the stamp was done using Pueen13 plate and Kleancolor Metallic Blue plus a bunch blue polishes for the other colors.
I love love love this mani and the fact that it turned out just how I planned it. Isn't that the best feeling?
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I'm excited to show you my new tutorial to make this pretty neon design. It was requested by Nailgal when I first did my flag mani so here it is, enjoy!
These are some pics for you to get a better look at the end result.
I hope you liked the video Let me know if you wanna see more tutorials like this.
Today I have another polish called Super Star, I didn't realize how many times companies can use the same name in their polishes, in this case Deborah Lippman and Sinful Colors, I know I've seen a few peachy keens and mint related names, and I don't think changing how you spell it makes it all that original.
Thankfully enough this polish couldn't be more different to the Superstar I posted 2 days ago. This polish has a sheer blue jelly base with tons of light blue micro flakies and small purple glitter.
I tried wearing it on it's own but it's too sheer so the pics below are 2 coats over Essie Bobbing for Baubles.
I really love how sparkly and deep it looks over dark blue, I feel like I wanna try layering it over other dark colors and see how it turns out. What do you think?
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Sorry for the late post, I had a ton of work to do today and zero opportunity to type this.
Anyways, one of my last untrieds for this challenge comes from the super popular Sinful Colors spring collection. I feel like everyone when crazy with these pastels (me included) and I now understand why
Sweet Nothing is a pastel bluish creme, it's something between light blue and aqua. I only needed 2 coats for full coverage.
I ended up loving this color, I'm so glad I have an awesome friend that got them for me.
Did u get any of the polishes from this collection?
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