The Man with the Golden Gun

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.

Products used:
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!

~Genevieve
xoxo

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

Rainbow Squiggles

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.

Products Used:
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.

~Genevieve
xoxo