Multi Blue Stamping Marble

Monday, September 26, 2016

Happy Monday Blues! I'm very excited to share this nail art with everyone today. I really enjoy creating stamping marbles so I decided to create an all blue one. I did an all purple one in the past and loved the result of it so here's an all blue version of it so let's see how it turned out.

Multi Blue Stamping Marble Nail Art

First, I used China Glaze At Vase Value on all the nails. Next, I used the stamping marble technique to apply on the base polish, MisQs GR001, MisQs BL001, and Sephora by OPI Blue Grotto after swirling them together with my stamper. Finished with KBShimmer Clearly On Top Quick Dry Top Coat.

Multi Blue Stamping Marble Nail Art
Multi Blue Stamping Marble Nail Art

I'm so happy with how this stamping marble design turned out. It always looks so different when I do it so the design turns out so unique each time. What do you think?

Layered Green Leaves Stamping

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Hi everyone! It's been a long time since I've created a double stamping manicure so I decided to do one today. Since fall is here, I decided to go with a leaf design so let's see how it turned out.

Layered Green Leaves Stamping Nail Art

First, I used Orly Ancient Jade on all the nails. Next, I double stamped with Born Pretty Stamping Polish in Black and then Born Pretty Stamping Nail Polish 37# with stamping plate BP-54 from Born Pretty Store. Use coupon code YCL91 for 10% off your order. Finished with KBShimmer Clearly On Top Quick Dry Top Coat.

Layered Green Leaves Stamping Nail Art
Layered Green Leaves Stamping Nail Art

The design isn't perfect but really liked how the double stamping looks in this leaf design regardless. What do you think?

Blue with Muted Colored Dotting Circle Pattern

Monday, September 19, 2016

Happy Monday Blues! Since fall is here, I wanted to create a manicure with some more muted colors for the colder weather right now. Let's see what I came up with then.

Blue with Muted Colored Dotting Circle Pattern Nail Art

I used China Glaze Electric Beat on the ring and middle nail. I created the dotting design using a dotting tool with Dearberry 32, American Apparel Dynasty, and American Apparel Mac Arthur Park. For the rest of the nails, I applied Dearberry 32. Finished with KBShimmer Clearly On Top Quick Dry Top Coat.

Blue with Muted Colored Dotting Circle Pattern Nail Art
Blue with Muted Colored Dotting Circle Pattern Nail Art

I did a similar design to this but instead of extending the lines, I decided to make this abstract circle pattern using the dots. It didn't turn out exactly how I imagined it but I did like the muted colors I used in here since I think it's perfect for fall. I did think it turned out a bit more messy looking than I was expecting though. What do you think?

Sephora by OPI Come to Pappa-razzi!

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Hi everyone! Since fall is here, here's a nice glitter swatch that I'm sharing today that would be perfect to layer over any warm shades. I tend to like gold glitters so this is one with a nice mix of other warm tones to it.

Sephora by OPI Come to Pappa-razzi! has a mix of big gold hexagon glitters, medium black hexagon glitters, and small micro copper glitters in a clear base. The formula and application on this glitter polish was pretty great for me. There was just the right amount of glitter and clear base polish in the bottle that I was able to get a pretty even coat on the nails. This is one coat over Julep Otte with top coat.

Sephora by OPI Come to Pappa-razzi!
Sephora by OPI Come to Pappa-razzi!

I'm very happy with this glitter polish. I think it would look great layered over any neutral color for the fall/winter season. I also liked how much glitter I was able to get on the nails with just one coat too. What do you think?

Twinsie Tuesday: Bright

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Today's Twinsie Tuesday theme is bright. I got inspiration for this design from watching this video, 10 Easy Nail Art Designs for Beginners: The Ultimate Guide #2 from cutepolish. Juli from JauntyJuli had a nice mix of designs for beginners and one particular design caught my eye so here's my recreation of it.

Bright Pink and Yellow Color Block Nail Art

I used Sephora by OPI Let's Do Lunch on all the nails. I applied a stripe of Spoiled by Wet n' Wild Plastic Flamingo on an angle on the bottom of each nail. Taking a dotting tool, I dotted on two rows of dots using American Apparel Sunshine State. Finished with KBShimmer Clearly On Top Quick Dry Top Coat.

Bright Pink and Yellow Color Block Nail Art
Bright Pink and Yellow Color Block Nail Art

I'm pretty pleased with how these turned out. There so many different color combinations you can use in this design to make it your own too. What do you think?


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