Blue Marble

Good Morning Nail World!

I have a quick blog post to share today! I wasn’t sure what to do on my nails last night. I knew I wanted to do something blue, so I did a lot of blue!

What I Used:
Base: Bundle Monster gel polish Button Down
Marbled: China Glaze White on White and Want my Bawdy, Color Club Pure Energy, Color Show Navy Narcissist & Essie Strut your Stuff.
Stamping: Bundle Monster plates BM-S404, BM-S405 & BM-S409 & China Glaze White on White.

I love the marbled effect. I blobbed the polish on my large MoYou London marshmallow and stamped the blobs on my nails. Cleaning the polish up was difficult, there is still polish stuck in my cuticles.

Thank you everyone for stopping by! It’s the May2-4 long weekend! My Monday blog post may or may not be on Monday. It could be a Tuesday blog. Have a great long weekend!

~Genevieve
xoxo

Easter Monday

Happy Easter Monday!

I’m jealous of the people who also get today off. I would have loved to have a 4 day weekend! Today’s nails are Easter themed. I wore them to my family’s dinner yesterday.

What I Used:
Base: A light purple by Color Club (no polish name on the bottle) & a Cosmetic Arts silver for the pinky
Stamping: MoYou London stamping plate Tourist 07 using China Glaze Spring in my Step & Grass is Lime Greener, and Maybelline Color Show Shocking Seas.
Pinky: I topped is off with a Cosmetic Arts silver glitter polish.

I did gradient stamping to give it the Easter feel. These nails are super cute but they didn’t last too long doing dishes at my parents after Easter Dinner. I had some minor chipping at the tips.

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

~Genevieve
xoxo

Easter Bunny

Good Morning!

One week closer to Easter and 4 days till MOMS BIRTHDAY! I’ll have Birthday nails for mom on Mondays post. Today’s post is all about Easter!

What I Used:
Base: China Glaze If in Doubt, Surf it Out.
Carrots: Color Show Orange Fix, China Glaze Stoked to be Soaked & Essie Mojito Madness.
Bunny: China Glaze White on White, Feel the Breeze & Wet’N’Wild Black Creme

I used a thin paint brush for everything. Free-handed it all. The carrots were so tiny I only ended up doing one hand. I went to work the next day with only one hand painted.

I took my 3 attempts to get the bunny butt right. First time was too small, second was really gooey, so for the third I took all the polish off and started fresh. It worked that time. What a cute little bunny butt!

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

~Genevieve
xoxo