I have some very Autumnal nail art to show you today 🙂
My stoopid back is starting to feel better so now I can actually sit down for long enough to not only paint my nails but to write posts too! 😀
I wanted something bright, cheerful and non hallowe’en (I must be ill lol).
Sally Hansen, Rimmel London and Chanel
The polishes I used for this are
- Chanel – Dragon
- Sally Hansen – Lite
- Sally Hansen – Ruby Stilettos
- Sally Hansen – Ivory Skull
- Rimmel London – Sunny Days
- Rimmel London – Shirley Temple
- Rimmel London – Hot Chilli Pepper
I also used a Make Up Sponge cut into little bits, Konad Special Polish in Black, Stamping plate 14 from the Mother Nature Collection from Moyou and Seche Vite.
A bit of a rubbish photo (my poor camera really hates macro shots) but look at the sparkles! 😀
Orange, Red and Yellow!
I really like this even though it’s mostly orange and yellow! 😀
Textured Zebra Nails
Here are my textured nails for this weeks pick and mix challenge! I decided on the textured prompt for this week, the others are matte and the 60s. I use matte finish a lot (that might be cheating a bit) and my mind went completely blank at 60s lol!
Moyou Pro 04
I managed to break the corners of my index and middle finger nails in a freak cooking accident so I ended up reshaping them… I have to say rounded nails are not for me! I keep thinking they look like spoons or paddles, my poor nails 😦 I think I’m just going to keep them well filed for the next few weeks until they grow back to a shape I like!
Anyway! I used Sugar fix from Sally Hansen Sugar Coat collection as my base for this mani. This is the first time I have used this polish, probably because it’s textured and I’m not really a big fan…
This is two coats, I used Moyou Pro XL 04 for the image along with Konad Special Polish In Black. I have to say the Sugar Fix is an amazing base for stamping over! The zebra print is so sharp!
Sally Hansen Sugar Fix
Happy Glitter Skulls
These little skulls definitely look happy or at least very pleased with themselves! 🙂
I started out with a white base for this I used Ivory Skull from Sally Hansen, then I added a couple of coats of Make a Spectacle from China Glaze. This polish has to be one of my favorite iridescent glitters, it’s made up of medium small and micro glitter in a clear base. So pretty! 🙂
I stamped with Konad Special Polish in Black using the skull image from Messy Mansion MM22. and you can find that right here! Messy Mansion MM22
Messy Mansion MM22
Today I have been inspired by Robots!… Well not so much robots but pretending to have robot fingers while I was using the foil method to take off the glitter from my last mani lol!
My nails are a bit to long to use the Bundle Monster plates now so I decided to have a go at stamping over a ruffian.
For this I used
- Barry M – Black
- Seventeen – Moonstruck
- Barry M – Black nail art pen
- Stamping plate BM 415
- Seche Vite
circuit board stamp
Starting with a base of Barry M black, I then applied Moonstruck over the top. When it was dry I tidied up the edges with the black nail art pen.
For the stamping I used Konad SP black and my marshmallow stamper, I had a bit of difficulty with the image, I think it’s because it’s not etched very deeply… Ugh it was a pain
But after a lot of swearing and repeatedly using tape to remove the image when it went wrong, (which it did, a lot) I eventually got it finished. 🙂
Hello! I have some really sparkly polish to show you for the GOT Polish challenge today.
China Glaze Glitter Goblin
Glitter Goblin is a really sparkly copper and scattered holo polish! Glitter Goblin is from the 2012 Halloween Wicked collection.
Messy Mansion MM05
I used 2 coats of glitter goblin over black, then a coat of SV as the glitter felt quite textured.
The stamp is MM05 from Messy Mansion! and for the image I used Konad special polish in black. I finished it off with another coat of SV.
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Belle Glamour Discoball
For the GOT polish challenge this week I have chosen to use Discoball from Belle Glamour, It’s a polish I have used a few times but for some reason I haven’t shown it to you all on here, which is very odd because it’s absolutely stunning!
DiscoBall is a densely packed with micro holographic glitter in a clear base, it took two coats to be opaque!
look at the sparkles!
Here it is out of focus so you can see how amazingly sparkly it is!
Pet’la Plate Peacock 2
The stamping plate I used is from Pet’la Plate. These are really lovely plates from Hungary which have deeper etching than a standard stamping plate!
I really like the geometric pattern of this stamp (even tho I messed up my little finger nail a bit) 😀