It's Friday and I'm off, can't remember the last time this happened.
I finally got my easter nails done today and I had so much fun with this design.
I used too many random colors to list here, but if you want to do this all you need is a pastel color and then a darker version of that color for the stamp. The stamp is from Konad's m65 plate.
My hands remind me of easter eggs and now I wanna go out and buy some chocolate ones. Happy Easter!!!
It's been a long time since I posted something new, and I feel bad but things at work have been awful. Sorry guys!
For today I painted my nails with my new found favorite nail polish shades from the L.A Girl Metal collection.
I never really tried them until this week when I found them at a random store on my way home, and let me tell you the colors are amazing.
On this pic I'm wearing Trilogy which is a purple/magenta color with tons of small shimmer.
I added a konad stamp with plate m65 to my ring finger just for fun using Color Club Worth the Risque.
What do you think? Do you own any of these shades?
Hello pretty people!
Another pink Wednesday and I was really happy to try my new China Glaze Pink Voltage polish that I bought just for the occasion.
It is a neon hot pink with an extremely subtle shimmer and a matte finish; I used 3 coats just because and I'm totally in love with it. <3
I added a lollipop stamp to my ring finger and a couple of cupcakes to my thumb with Konad's M14 and the rest of my fingers received the glitter treatment with this Adoro glitter I picked up today.
If you like pink nail polish make sure to check out the other blogs from all the ladies who joined On Wednesdays We Were Pink here.
I've heard that inspiration comes from the most random places, well, I was brushing my teeth yesterday and while watching my tooth paste I came up with this design.
For the base color I used an unbranded nail polish I got where I live, it looks a lot like China Glaze for Audrey and Sally Hansen White out for the Stamps and the base color in my ring finger. The stamp I used is Konad M73.
Have you ever got a design idea from a really random place or thing?
I'm really into pinks lately, maybe because of the pink Wednesdays and I decided to try Color Club Raspberry Rush from the Wicked Sweet Collection.
I already painted my nails with this color once before but just for swatching so it doesn't really count.
Anyways, I added a flowery stamp to my ring and thumb using Konad's M35 plate and Color Club Worth the Risque.
On the rest of my nails I just added a coat of China Glaze Fairy Dust which is my favorite glitter polish to use as top coat, I'm addicted to it.
A little close up of my thumb so you can see in detail the flower design.
And an extra picture of the design I took using flash so you can see the multi colored glitter on my nails.
Do you have a favorite glittery top coat? Let me know in the comments.
It's finally Saturday and I found some time to paint my nails.
I decided to try the Sally Hansen HD in Spectrum.
I really like this color, it's such a shimmery, glittery blue <3
I added a few stamps, just because I felt like something extra. I used Konad's M14 plate for the little gift on my ring finger and the stars on my other fingers.
I just wanted to add a picture of the bottle in daylight cause I think the color looks awesome and it has some purplish reflex to it that you can't really see in the other pics.
I hope everyone has a great weekend!! :-)
I've been into layering different tones of the same color lately and that's why I did this manicure.
For base color I used Color Club's Sheer Disguise which is a lot like Sea Spray by China Glaze, you can find my comparison here. Then for the first stamp, the flowery design I used OPI Ogre the top Blue and Konad's M73 and for the big blue rose I used China Glaze First Mate and one of my bundle monster plates.
Here's a close up of the design on my thumb.
So, what do you think? Do you like layering different tones of the same color like me?
I'm feeling sick today again, I wish I was in bed sleeping but I have to work. Anyways, today's nail art seems like something I should have posted yesterday..
It's a peacock manicure, really bright and green. I used OPI Who the Shrek are you as base color.
For the Peacock feathers stamping I used Konad's M83 and CND polish in Urban Oasis.
For my ring finger and thumb I used Bundle Monster plate BM 15 and the same CND polish only for the tail feathers and China Glaze First Mate for the body of the bird.
To finish I added to sparkle with CND Teal Sparkle effect.
If you have any questions let me know,
Happy St. Patty's day!
I have the felling that today's nail of the day should have been something green but I was feeling so sick yesterday I totally forgot.
So for today I have a pink with purple plaid manicure.
I used China Glaze Empowerment as base color and OPI Funky Dunkey for the plaid stamp with Konad's M60. The little flowers I added were made with Konad's M57 plate and China Glaze Bing Cherry but you can use any other red you have.
This was it for today, sorry for not posting some more but I still feel pretty sick. :-(
Good morning everyone!
For today's design I did something really simple and delicate.
I used China Glaze Secret Peri-Wink-Le and for the stamping I used OPI Designer Series polishes. For my ring finger I used OPI DS Extravagance and for the rest of my fingers I used OPI DS in Signature.
The stamp can be found in Konad's M63.
I really like this manicure now that we are on spring time (at least I am) and this China Glaze color is one of my favorites.
Hope you enjoy it!
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