13 Jan

Glitter tips

This is a mani I have done a couple of different times with the same colors because I loved it so much! The base color is 2 coats of “Amethyst” from the Chic “Grainy” line. It is a gorgeous glittery purple and is easy to apply (and remove for that matter) Then I grabbed my Wet N Wild kaleidoscope glitter which is a great holographic glitter which can be purchased at SM Cebu. I sponged the glitter on the top half of the nail then on one quarter of the nail then just the very tips. Then finish with a top coat.

Kapow! Look at those beauties! This is such a simple nail art look but it is just gorgeous! I hope you like them! Have a great day!

11 Jan

My first stamping!

Well folks, last week I placed an order with a local nail art supply for stamping plates. I was nervous About trying stamping because I made an order from China last year and they turned out to be duds and the images wouldn’t do anything and I had to return them and it took forever… Blah blah blah! You get the picture right? So when I received my plates yesterday I was so exited to try them out. I’m not kidding y’all. I was tearing up. Excitement level 100! So I tried one image and it worked. I tried another and IT worked too. I was so happy. So I decided to pick some colors and do my first stamping mani. I had also ordered my first holographic polishes from this supplier and was excited to try them out as well. (If you want to know where I got the stamping plates and holo polishes comment below and ask)

The base color is BK holo #11 and I stamped using Caronia black velvet. I was pleasantly surprised that this black worked like a dream. I have heard different opinions on whether or not you must use stamping polishes. So I’ve got at least one great regular polish that works great for stamping.

I love it so much. I hope you guys like it. Comment and let me know. 🙂

06 Jan

Out of this world “Galaxy” nails

I am in love with these “galaxy nails”! My son said they remind him of the Mario Kart level in outer space. It’s called rainbow road I believe. I hate that level so much. I fall too many times! 🙂

This fantastic look was fairly simple to achieve. After base coat I started with two coats of a black base and sponged white where I wanted my nebulas to make the purple pop. Then sponged three purple shades from lightest to darkest making the area covered smaller with each color. I took a blue shade and sponged very sparsely where purple meets black. Sponged a bit of holo glitter in random spots and added “stars” then top coat.

Simple, easy and gorgeous!

Galaxy Nails
Galaxy Nails - four fingers
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