Monday, 21 August 2017

Flakies nail art

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Today I'll show you a simple and really fast to do flakies manicure. I started with two coats of Sephora - Black lace on all nails and then applied some latex peel off tape around my nails to prevent the mess from the next step. This is a great product and really helps a lot with the clean up proccess. Then, using a sponge, I applied the flakies nail polish I have from Sweet Color which I can no longer link you to, but I found some similar polishes here. I finished with Seche Vite top coat on all nails. What do you think? This manicure is perfect for the times when you're in a hurry but still want your nails to look pretty!

Don't forget to also check my post on my other blog about my recent trip to Lyon.


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Thursday, 3 August 2017

Festival nails

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As today is the first day of UNTOLD festival from Cluj-Napoca, I decided to create a festival themed manicure. I started with a coat of Madam Glam - Snow white on all nails and then I created the gradient using Rimmel - Too cool to tango and Rimmel -312 Ultra Violet. Then I stamped the designs from Born Pretty's BP-77 image plate using black stamping polish. I finished with clear top coat on all nails. What do you think?

If you'd like to see more pictures from Untold festival, I posted an article about it on my other blog: Untold 2017 in 10 pictures.


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Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Precious blue

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Today I'll show you a blue mix and match manicure. As base colours, I used Rimmel - Too cool to tango and Rimmel - Sky high.On my thumb, index and middle fingers, I stamped the design from Born Pretty's BP-L003 stamping plate, using their white stamping nail polish. On my index finger, I added some Shimmer Polish - Jenny glitter and on my pinkie I added some rhinestones. I finished with clear top coat on all nails for extra shine. What do you think?

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Saturday, 22 July 2017

Ice cream nails

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Today I'm participating in a nail art challenge with some other amazing girls and the theme is ice cream. For this manicure, I started with two coats of nude nail polish and then I stamped the design from Konad's m57 image plate with a darker brown so as to create the ice cream cone effect. Then I painted the ice cream globes using a thin brush. For my thumb, index finger and pinkie, I used Rimmel - Sweet retreat and for the rest of the nails I combined China Glaze - Too Yacht to Handle and some Love Charlotte nail polish. Finally, I added some sprinkles and them clear top coat. What do you think?

Don't forget to check out the other girls' manicures, they're all pretty!
5. Deyutza - https://deyutza.ro/ 
7. Claudia - www.claudiaschoice.ro 
10. Andra Kat - http://andrakat.com 


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Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Born Pretty Holographic Powder

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Today I'll show you my new sparkly manicure I created with Born Pretty's holographic powder. I started with one coat of Sephora - Black lace on all nails and then I applied the powder.


You can see that there's a little brush - exactly like an eye make up brush - to use for applying the powder on the nails. It's easy to apply, but the effect is not so breathtaking like the chrome powder I told you about here. The final look is ok in both cases, but I needed more product to achieve this look, compared to the chrome powder which was perfectly opaque after applying just a small quantity of product. 

I created the unicorn using this sheet of nail vinyls. After applying the vinyl, I applied the powder and then removed it and got the little unicorn. Finally, I applied clear top coat on all nails. What do you think of the final look? Have you tried the nail powder yet?

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