Here’s the second one of the November manis that never made it to the blog. These nails looked stunning IRL. Definitely something I gotta do again. Maybe using some spring colors next time.
Hello, hello! I’m coming out from my crazy blog post editing madness (still getting my blog ready for the move) for this lovely Polishers Inc. Sunday. Today’s theme is glitter gradient and instead of doing a regular glitter gradient with polishes I decided to do the gradient using loose glitters instead.
The black base is Essie Licorice and for the glitters I used some cheap eBay glitters (three different colors) and I attached them to my nails using ScraPerfect Best Glue ever. Ohh, you guys, I really need to do a video tutorial of using this glue cos it makes using pigments, foils and loose glitters so much easier and FUN!
Polishers Inc. Sunday is here again! Today’s theme is “So 90’s!”. First thing that came to mind was Nirvana and grunge but I decided to do something bright and fun instead and got inspiration from early 90’s crazy clothing and colors.
Index and middle finger nails are done with a little help from NailVinyls. Ring and and pinky nail have slices cut out of dried watermarble sheet.
Base color is Essie Licorice. Other colors used are OPI Hey Baby, OPI Live.Love.Carnaval, OPI Where Did Suzi’s Man-Go?, OPI I Just Can’t Cope-Acapana, China Glaze Def Defying and Color Club Wicker Park. Shine is provided by Glisten & Glow HK Girl top coat.
That’s all from me this time and please don’t forget to check what the other ladies have come up with this week. You can find the links at the end of this post. Thank you for reading!
I got purple marquise nail art studs to try out from KKCenterHk and here’s my review of them. These studs are rather large 6 mm x 3 mm but they are made of metal so you can bend them to match the shape of your nail. I usually use a dotting tool handle to bend bigger studs like these to curve slightly so they are easier to place on the nails.
This time I decided to go for a floral design with these studs and I also used round silver studs that I have previously received from KKCenterHk. I quite like how this turned out. The studs were easy to use, bend and place on the nails. To attach the studs I used a drop of top coat (not fast drying) and I also sealed the design in with a layer of top coat. The base color here is Essie Lilacism.
You can find these nail art studs from KKCenterHk and if you use the code “polishaholic” you’ll get -10% off.
***These were sent for a review