Sunday, 30 August 2015

Dark & gold nails

Hi,
Today I'll show you a new dark and elegant manicure. As base colours I used Rimmel - Highland on the first nails and Avon - Magic Effects Black on the last ones. Over the dark red base, I stamped the design from Konad's m83 stamping plate with China Glaze - Passion. Over the black base, I applied some gold transfer foil from Lady Queen and sealed it in with top coat.
What do you think?

Don't forget to use my 15% discount code LTLC15 with any order on LadyQueen.com.
 

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Friday, 28 August 2015

Cocktail nails

Hi,
Today I'll show you another summer nail art I easily created using these water decals from Born Pretty store. I started with a coat of white nail polish and then, using a sponge with China Glaze - Too Yacht To Handle and Rimmel - Ultra Violet, I created the gradient base for this manicure. After that, I applied the water decals and sealed everything with clear top coat. 
What do you think?

Don't forget to use my 10% discount code MKAK31 with any order on Born Pretty store.


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Thursday, 27 August 2015

Fashion wigs? Yes, please!

As we all now, wigs are becoming more and more common nowadays. In the 18th century, wigs 
were worn by men and used to be essential for full dress occasions. Now, they are mostly 
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Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Under the sea nail art

Hi,
Today I'll show you my new aquatic nail art which I easily created using some water decals and 3D accessories from Born Pretty store. I started two coats of pink Ice Cream nail polish and then I created the gradient using a sponge and Rimmel - Too Cool To Tango. Then I applied everything else on the nails and finished with clear top coat. Easy peasy! 

The pink nail polish I used is the Ice Cream Cone nail polish from Born Pretty. Don't you just love the bottle! The colour is truly delicious, too! 

You can find the water decals I used for this manicure here, for only $2,53.

The mermaid decoration is from also Born Pretty. I got it in a wheel together with some other 3D sea-horses, shells, anchors and stars. You can find this one here on their website.

Don't forget to use my 10% discount code MKAK31 with any order on Born Pretty store.


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Saturday, 22 August 2015

Summer animal print nails

Hi,
Today I'll show you an animal print nail art which I think is perfect for the hot, summer days. I started with two coats of El Corazon - Matte Effect #125 (white) on all nails and let it dry. On the first two nails, I stamped the zebra and leopard print design from Konad's m78 image plate and filled in the design using yellow and orange. On the last two nails, I created a simple gradient using China Glaze - Sun of A Peach and Rimmel - Daisy Days. Obviously, I applied Kaleidoscope Cuticle Defender around my nails before doing the gradient, so as to prevent the mess and save myself a lot of time which I would had spent cleaning everything up. I finished with clear top coat. 
What do you think?

This is how my nail art sponge looked like for this gradient. You can get a set of 3 sponges from LadyQueen.com, for only $1.29 - find it here on their website. You can also benefit from a 
15% discount with any order on their website by using LTLC15 coupon code at checkout. Moreover, this website offers free international shipping. So what are you waiting for? Go order now!

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Thursday, 20 August 2015

Limes

Hi,
Today I'll show you another fruity nail art I easily created using MoYou Lodon's Tropical 08 stamping plate. Keep on reading if you'd like to know more about the products I used for this mani.

A few days ago, I received my first nail mail from Moscow. Yes, my order from El Corazon shop arrived safely to destination. Below you can see the products I got and I have to say that I used all of them for this manicure.

I applied the neon polish on all nails, except from my ring finger, where I applied two coats of matte white. Then I stamped the design using the Special White for stamping and the neon polish on the accent nail. 
I finally got my first Cuticle Defender and I have to mention that it's a great product, that saves a lot of time and effort. You just apply a little product around your nails, it dries and then you can do anything you want - stamping, gradients and so on - and finally you remove it and everything's clean! At the end, I applied the Top coat like gel. What do you think?


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Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Unicorn nails

Hi,
Today I'll show you my super fantastic nail art which I simply fell in love with! Yes, they're my unicorn nails which you might have already seen on my instagram page. Actually these were inspired by Miss Happy and Her Nails, who created something similar last week.
I started with two coats of Rimmel - Too Cool To Tango on all nails and let it dry. On my index finger, I stamped some white clouds from MoYou Nails' 127 stamping plate. On my middle finger, I created a home made unicorn decal using Born Pretty's QA29 stamping plate. On my ring and small fingers, I painted a cute rainbow freehand. I finished with Golden Rose Matte top coat on all nails. What do you think?

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Sunday, 16 August 2015

Sandy nail art

Hi,
Here's another one of my seaside nail arts and this time I'll show you a sandy, shell-decorated one. This was a really fast and easy mani to do on vacation, where I didn't have much time and resources to allocate for my nails. The blue, textured nail polish I used was Golden Rose -Galaxy 12. I applied it on all my nails, except from my ring finger, where I chose a gold nail polish base. The shells and round studs I used for decorating my manicure were from Born Pretty store. 
What do you think?

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Thursday, 6 August 2015

Seaside nails

Hi,
My luggage is ready and so are my holiday nails, so now I'd like to show you my new seaside nail art. The base for this manicure is a blue gradient that I created using Rimmel - Out of the blue and Rimmel - Too cool to tango over a white base coat. After sealing it with clear top coat, I took my water marble glass, poured a drop of Avon - Prompt and Pearly and then sprayed it and inserted my finger in the water. This way, I created the sea foam effect. On my index and middle fingers, I created a hole using a thin brush and acetone and then applied a shell sticker from Born Pretty store. I also added a white pearl from the same store. I finished with clear top coat. What do you think? 

By the way, don't forget to use my 10% discount code MKAK31 with any order on Born Pretty store.

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Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Pink lemonade

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Today I'll show you an easy stamping nail art. I started with two coats of Avon - Iceberg White on all nails and then stamped the lemons design from Bundle Monster's BM-308 with Sinful Colors - Cream Pink. I didn't transfer the design on the nail right away, but took a thin brush and Rimmel - Daisy Days and filled in the lemons. After it had dried, I applied clear top coat over the image on the stamper so as I can remove it easily and this way I created a home made decal. I applied the decals on the nails and finished with clear top coat. 
What do you think?

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