Confetti’s Masquerade Ball

New pictures of a favourite polish of mine… Confetti’s Masquerade Ball has a blackened base with wine red shimmer that glows beautifully. It is the perfect vampy polish 🙂

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Drastic electricity

Ahh, a seasonal glitter gradient! China Glaze’s deep red Drastic was the perfect base for this. I used a make up sponge to add a touch of Revlon’s Gold Coin in a gradient and lastly did the same with China Glaze’s Electrify.

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Jelleh sammich

I was in the mood for a jelly sandwich. I grabbed the closest compatible polish, Essie’s Spaghetti Strap and painted two coats. I dabbed/painted on one coat of Kleancolor’s Starry Blue which was a pain in the ass to get even… it cointains both prismatic and blue glitter but I managed to get almost only blue glitter on most nails, as you can see ._. it’s not pretty… I finished with one last coat of Spaghetti Strap.

And a reminder to myself: You need more jellies! 😀

Snowfall on stone

As I thought… I never finished the Holiday Nail Art Challenge… Oh well 🙂 I had fun while it lasted. I also broke two of my nails while cleaning yesterday. So, I’m back to nubbins 🙂

I did something similar earlier and quite liked the result. China Glaze’s matte charcoal Stone Cold is a lovely base for the dotted snowfall made with Gina Tricot’s White. I’ve decided to start separating swatches and nail art into two posts to make it easy for myself 🙂

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Rimmel London’s Block Your Green is a lovely cool green leaning on teal. The color is stunning and it has a lovely shimmer to it. On top I painted two coats of Nubar’s White Polka Dot that looks a lot like slow snowfall 🙂