Mani Monday is here again!
How was everyone’s Easter? Did you eat a lot of candy? I was (surprisingly) able to keep my chocolate intake down. We did our annual trash can turkey, there’s a photo of my lighting it here. The turkey turned out delicious.
Nail time! I created these nails before Easter.
Polishes: Color Club light yellow polish with no name, Sinful Colors Let’s Meet, Zoya Sue & China Glaze Liquid Leather.
I created the marble look using a thin brush and diluted nail polish. After the light yellow base, I used the bright yellow to create wiggly lines. Followed by the light gold/white shimmery Zoya polish. I had to use quiet a bit of acetone to water down the black so it wouldn’t’ be the only thing you see. Overall it turned out amazing!
I topped it off with my favourite top coat of all time. OPI The Man with the Gold Gun. Not only is it a James Bond polish but it is pack with 14ct gold leaves. Just beautiful!
Thank you everyone for stopping by! Have a wonderful week!
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!
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!
Happy Mani Monday!
After a festive weekend of drinking like the Irish, I wanted to continue the love with a squiggly rainbow. It also turns out that my dad is 100% Irish and my mom is Irish and Polish (thanks to the ancestry tests). Needless to say it was good time to find out your heritage.
Today’s rainbow is brought to you by the polish China Glaze. Starting at red: Seas The Day, Stoked to be Soaked, Sun Upon My Skin, Shore Enuff, Sea The Point & What a Pansy.
The rainbow squigglies were all done free hand. I just went with the flow.
Thank you everyone for stopping by! I hope you all had a great weekend and will have a wonderful week.