I'm really into the halloween / fall themed manis, it brought my nail art mojo back in a big way, so to continue on this roll I bring you today pink ghosts. I know these aren't regular Halloween colors but I had this glow in the dark pink polish that I thought would be a good idea to use for this.
The plate I used for this mani is from What's Up Nails B023 and the glow in the dark polish I used is Funky Fingers California Girls.
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.
We're getting closer to the end of this collection, this is the 11th polish I'm going to show you. Suzi and the Arctic Fox is a really dark plum creme, I think this is perfect for the fall/winter months cause it goes great with all the golden and orange tones.
For this mani I used a really old Shany stamping plate SH 22, double stamped with some lilac and neon orange polishes, it got a little intense for my camera to capture them properly.
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.
Today I have one of my favorite colors from the OPI fall collection, I am a sucker for purple nail polishes and this is beautiful and quite the change from all the dark, earthy colors.
For the crystal decal I used the Born Pretty Store L045 plate and 3 color club halo hues polishes to give it that sparkly effect, it was definitely was more noticeable in real life.
The next polish on this OPI fall collection is called This isn't Greenland and it's the only green shade in the bunch, I like how it changes the tone from all the dark purples, blues and browns to give something a bit more refreshing.
Due to it's yellow undertones it might not be compatible with all skin tones and I think that's why my skin looks so weird in these pictures.
I added a double leafy stamp with different shades of green for the accent nail art.
Today I'm wearing the 5th polish from OPI's Iceland Collection, this is another one of those shades I wouldn't have thought about buying, but now that I'm wearing I can appreciate the color, I thought it was gonna look worse on me, like dead hands but it's kinda flattering.
I added a couple of owl pattern stamps with the Moyou London Animal 07 plate and Himalayan Salt and Teddy Bear polishes.
I have the 4th polish from OPI's Fall Collection, I was the less excited/impressed with this one when I saw their press release, dusty pink with frosty finish? Sounds like something you would find in your grandmother's make up collection... But I was pleasantly surprised when I actually wore it, cause it wasn't that bad.
I couldn't think of a design to go with it so I just added some dry brushed stripes using This Isn't Greenland and One Heckla of a Color also from the fall collection.
I have the third nail polish from OPI's Iceland collection called Less is Norse. This is a dark blurple color, it looks more purple on my pics but in real life it's more bluish. Application was a breeze, only 2 coats to even things out.
For the stamp I used the Moyou London Scandi 05 plate (same as yesterday) and the Pumpkin and Teddy Bear stamping polishes. I really liked the color combo for this mani, it screams fall for me.
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