NYX’s Hunter Green was begging for stamping with Chanel’s Peridot.
When trying out my Jumbo Plates from Cheeky I messed up with this pattern and decided to just dot it up!
Barielle’s Mint Ice Cream Cone is the base for stamping with Gina Tricot’s Petrol. I dotted on top with Essie’s Going Incognito, Orly’s Ancient Jade and China Glaze’s Running In Circles. It turned out quite ok for a messed up stamping 🙂
Nubar’s Chartreuse is one of those polishes that scream spring and summer. The color itself is actually quite flattering and the polish has Nubar’s usual fantastic formula; easy to apply, opaque at two generous coats and dried fast. This rapidly became a favorite everyday wear polish 🙂
If you can spot those little tiny hexes of green glitter they are my failed attempt at a subtle polka dot manicure with hand placed glitter.
It’s Green Wednesday over at Vacker&Underbar’s! 🙂
Rimmel London’s Misty Jade is a bright pale jade green creme with some minor application issues. As the base of nail art it works wonderfully. For the first layer of the bigger dots and the smaller diagonal dots I used Essie’s dark green Stylenomics; I really love this kind of symmetrical dotting and I find myself using it in nail art over and over.
On top of that I used Barry M’s Gold Foil and lasty a dot of China Glaze’s bright green Running In Circles.
It’s Green Wednesday over at Vacker&Underbar’s today and I have a manicure that barely looks green for you…
Usually I’m not a fan of asymmetry but there are rare cases when I’m either OK with it or actually like it a lot… This one is the former. I dotted some kind of combination of a medallion manicure and something else on top of Essie’s dark, dark green Stylenomics with Gina Tricot’s light blue Candy Mint and Misa’s purple Total Eclipse Of The Heart.