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 🙂
On top of Orly’s dusty blue Sapphire Silk I painted two coats of a topper with blue and fuchsia hex glitter from the Claire’s set Precious Metals.
Orly’s Sapphire Silk is a dusty tealish blue creme that serves as underwear for a ton of nail art for me. I just love it! The formula is a tad runny and you have to keep the amount of polish on the brush quite low to not overflow your cuticles.
It’s Green Wednesday over at Vacker&Underbar’s and my stash of posts with green polishes is getting pretty thin tbh… Time for some new green themed nail art I think 🙂
Getting tired of nail art based on Orly’s Ancient Jade yet? I truly hope not as it’s here to stay 🙂 on top Essie’s emerald green Going Incognito was used for the floral stamping. I really like stamping with similar colors like this!
My order of six Orly polishes from Nail Systems AB arrived today and oh my god I love them so much…
L-R: Orly’s Passion Fruit, Precisely Poppy and Star Spangled.
L-R: Orly’s Green With Envy, Royal Navy and Star of Bombay.
Orly’s Buried Alive was part of the Dark Shadows collection quartet and one of my favorite brown polishes (and that says a lot as I generally dislike or feel indifferent to brown) 🙂
The base is a lovely mud brown color packed full of golden copperish shimmer that glows beautifully. The formula was perfect; easy to apply, opaque at two coats and dried reasonably fast.
Orly’s Fowl Play is beautiful in many ways but leaves me quite uninterested in the end. I have no idea why as the idea is quite lovely; a deep purple jelly base full of flakies and micro glitter and tiny blue glitter. It applies very well, is opaque at two generous coats and dries reasonably fast.
Layering glitter polishes over cremes is so much fun and this one kind of reminds me of a salad… Orly’s Ancient Jade with two coats of Glitzology’s Island of Misfit Toys on top. This isn’t really a pretty combination but it’s fun! 🙂
Green Wednesday over at Vacker&Underbar’s!
Ahh, I got the inspiration to do this dotted splatter manicure from a blog post but I cannot for the life of me remember which blog Sigh. I loved the idea of dotted splatter manicures and decided to try it out…
OPI’s Uh-Oh Roll Down The Window was used for the base and China Glaze’s Snow and Orly’s Ancient Jade for the dotting.