China Glaze’s Stone Cold is perfect as the base for nail art and in this case the end result reminds me of asphalt and the first flowers in spring time 🙂
I stamped white flowers with China Glaze’s Snow and dotted on top of them with Rimmel London’s pink creme Pop Your Pink, Misa’s green creme Green With Envy and Gina Tricot’s yellow creme Aspen Gold. I topped this off with a coat of Essie’s Matte About You.
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.
It’s Pink Thursday over at Emma’s!
Misa’s Summer Love is a shimmer polish in fuchsia. The formula was quite goopy and since it’s so damn sheer it created some problems when trying to build opacity. This was a disappointent to be honest and there really is a reason I swapped this for something else… I hope the new owner likes it a lot more than I do though.
It’s Green Wednesday over at Vacker&Underbar’s and I decided to use striping tape to create a tape manicure 🙂 China Glaze’s green Zombie Zest was the base for chevrons painted with Misa’s charcoal-y Dying Love.
It’s Green Wednesday today at Vacker&Underbar’s and I decided to show some old pictures of a lovely polish. Misa’s Toxic Seduction is a lovely dark green shimmer with hints of blue. This was my first try at Misa’s polishes and I’m quite impressed by both the color and the formula of this one and looking forward tro trying the ones from my recent haul.
Application was flawless and two coats were enough for opacity.