Thursday, 19 February 2015

Negative space nails

Hi,
Today I'll show you my white negative space manicure. I started with two coats of Rimmel - 513 Let's Get Nude on all nails and then I applied some stripe and angle vinyls which I got from Nails Redesigned. After that, I painted a coat of Avon - Iceberg White and removed the vinyls. I finished with clear top coat. On my middle finger, I applied three round golden studs from Born Pretty store. What do you think?

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Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Stripes & Flowers

Hi,
Today I'll show you my new spring nail art which I created using only vinyls and water decals. I started with base coat and then I applied some stripe vinyls from Nails Redesigned on each nail. Next, I painted the nails black and then unstuck the vinyls. After that, I applied clear top coat and let it dry. Finally, I put on some flower decals from Born Pretty store and finished with another coat of clear nail polish. What do you think?

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Saturday, 14 February 2015

Heart print nail art

Happy Valentine's day!

Today's manicure will be a themed one - this year I chose heart print. I started with a coat of white nail polish, which was the base of my pink and orange gradient. The nail polishes used were China Glaze - Sun of a peach and Trind - Burst my bubble. After that, I painted the hearts and outlined them using black nail polish so as to look like the animal print design. I finised with clear top coat. What do you think?

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Monday, 2 February 2015

Matte flakies

Hi,
Today I'll show you another easy to do tape manicure. I started with two coats of Illamasqua - Taint on all nails and after it completely dried, I placed some scotch tape so as to create the V at the base of each nail. I applied Sweet Color flakies nail polish from Born Pretty store - you can find it here on their website; it's shade #4. Also check out this old post of mine to see more beautiful swatches of it. Finally, I removed the tape while the polish was still wet and finished with Flormar's Matifying top coat. What do you think?


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