Easter is Early!

Happy Mani Monday

I’ve got Easter nails to share today. I had a bit of an oops on my index finger. I filmed a nail video, everything went perfect, top coated my nails and then just watched TV until they dried. I go to take photos of my nails and bam! Smudged index finger. So so so sad! I really liked these nails so I’m sharing them with the oops!

Products Used:
Polishes: W7 Speckled Mint, Jena Taylor Purple (no name), Color Show Shocking Seas & Essie Tart Deco.
Stamping: MoYou London Doodles plate 03.

I created a gradient stamp by placing the 2 polishes on the stamping plate and scraped the colours together a few times until they blended.

Thank you everyone for stopping by! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend and will have a great week!

~Genevieve
xoxo

Friday Sunsets

Happy Friday!

I’m so excited this morning because last night I was able to fix my drivers car window and my stereo!  Window was frozen and unclipped itself so I haven’t been able to put it down and my radio had been static forever. I’m SO SO SO happy both issues are fixed!!

Today’s nails are beautiful sunsets

Products Used:
Barielle Big Apple Red, W7 Mango, Revlon Electric & China Glaze Liquid Leather. MoYou London Tropical plate 11.

I created a tutorial for these nails. That will be up tomorrow. I used a regular makeup sponge to dab the gradient on the yellow base. The red was very overpowering. It ate up most of the orange polish. But I still love the outcome.

Thank you everyone for stopping by! I hope everyone has a wonderful day like I am having!

~Genevieve
xoxo

Dry Blue Brush

Happy Friday! And can you believe it’s already March!

What a crazy day it has already been. I’m so glad its Friday! Today I have some dry brush nail art in a few shades of blue.

Products Used:
Base: Color Club Pure Energy
Dry Brush: China Glaze Frostbite, Essie Where’s My Chauffeur & A light blue Color Club polish that has no name on it.

I love the way dry brush looks. Reminds me of paintings. And with the blue it has a crashing ocean wave feel. To do this I took the nail polish brush and wiped it on the edge of  the bottle until it had very little polish. I then took that and brushed it over my nails.

Thank you everyone for stopping by! I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend.

~Genevieve
xoxo