Though it's chilly on this February night, back in September when I was sporting this manicure, the weather was much better suited to daiquiris than hot cocoa.
The first stage of this manicure was a great dollar store nail polish, L.A. Colors dark teal. On top of it, I stamped Santee white with Bundle Monster plate BM19.
Then I painted in the negative space with a blue nail art pen from Big Lots. And then I topped it with a couple of coats of Revlon clear top coat.
And from afar:
Monday, February 27, 2012
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Pretty often the nail art plan I have in my head doesn't quite turn out as I envisioned once it gets on my nails. But I usually enjoy the results anyway, especially when they are subtle and give a texture effect. Here are a couple from a while back.
For this one, I used Color Club Electro Candy neon purple with blue shimmer as the base nail polish color. On top of that, I stamped Color Club Electro Candy neon blue with green shimmer with Bundle Monster plate BM-203. I topped it off with Revlon clear top coat. The result was definitely not noticeable from very far away, but looked pretty neat up close.
On this one, I used L.A. Colors gunmetal gray (BCC 558?) as the base nail polish color, stamped Nabi Neon Purple with Bundle Monster plate BM-214, and stamped Nabi Purple Glitter over that with plate BM-201. On top is Revlon clear top coat. I liked how the colors mixed into a metallic gray purple from far away. I took these pics a few days into the manicure, so my nails are showing some edge wear.