I hope you had a great Valentine's Day, I didn't have big plans, my hubby and I don't take this holiday too seriously so we went out to explore Atlanta and get something to eat. I painted my nails with something simple for the ocasion cause I really wanted to use orange polish for some reason and I ended up with light pink hearts :)
The base color I used is Butter London Silly Billy (gotta love that name) and stamped with my Gogo only plate and MDU Light Pink. I really liked the combination, it's valentine's day related but it also feels like a spring mani and I'm so ready for pastels and brighter colors.
I'm back after a hectic January, I basically moved out of my apartment, sold all my stuff and moved to Atlanta, Georgia with my husband. I managed to take some of my polishes and plates with me so I won't have naked nails forever and I'm really excited to start building my nail polish collection again.
For today's mani I used Butter London Black Knight as a base cause I wanted something different, not your typical white and pink color scheme, I stamped the hearts with MDU Barbie and Moyou London Pro XL 08 plate. I filled out the bigger hearts using a small dotting tool and Butter London Cake Hole. Check it out!
I have a lovely pink shade for you today and since we're a month away from Valentine's I'm taking out all my plates with everything holiday related to get ahead on the holiday season.
For this manicure I used 3 coats of OPI I Love Applause as base and then double stamped the hearts using PUEEN41 plate and OPI Coca Cola Red with China Glaze Admire.
And as the new tradition dictates, here's a swatch of the polish by itself. Isn't it just gorgeous?
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It's Monday again and I was not ready to go back to work but here I am. For today I have another Valentine's Day manicure :)
For this one I used Nicole by OPI in You're an Angel as base color, then I stamped a few patterns using a white polish. For the hearts I used some heart stickers, just the regular ones you use for scrap booking and crafts and then I painted on top with China Glaze Bing Cherry. Check it:
This last pic looks more color accurate on how my nails were in real life. What do you think?
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Another pink many for Wednesday and since it is February is valentine's inspired.
As a base color I used My new A-England Morgan Le Fay and for the stamp I used China Glaze Velvet Bow, Winter Berry and Poinsettia With plate Ra-114.
Now a couple of swatches of Morgan Le Fay by itself. I used a white base coat since the polish is really sheer. Once applied it looked a lot like Orly Au Champagne, it has the same pink/light blue micro shimmer in it.
I really like this manicure, I don't wanna take it off until Valentine's day :)
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I'm trying to come up with a series of valentine's day manicures for you guys, so this is number 2!
I used Sally Hansen Hard as nails in Sheer Strawberry as a base. BM21 plate for the background design (mesh thing).
The little hearts from plate BM03 and the lips from plate BM02. I stamped them with a nail polish I bought from forever21 called Rose I guess, it's like a hot pink with gold shimmer on it.
I was watching Friend's yesterday and saw a chair with a pattern just like one I have on my plate BM20 and decided to try it.
It was supposed to be Cherry red with really light pink underneath but somehow the two colors mixed up when I put the stamp and ended up being this really bright neon hot pink and I love it.
This could be a great Valentine's Day manicure.
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