It’s day 4 of The Digital Dozen does Indie Love! This week is flying by. So far this week, I’ve shared some Polish ‘M floral stamping decals, a Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer drip marble, and a Vapid water marble. I was trying to think about what other techniques I could incorporate this week when I remembered some spiral nail vinyls I recently got from KBShimmer. I decided to give them a try along with 2 KBShimmer polishes.
It’s day 2 of The Digital Dozen does Indie Love. Yesterday, I started off this theme with some glittery floral stamping decals featuring Polish ‘M. Today I have a nail art look featuring another brand that has become a firm favourite of mine, Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer!
It’s Digital Dozen week! This week’s theme is Indie Love. I’ve decided to select a different indie brand for each day and do a nail art look using only polishes from that brand! I’m starting the week off with one of my favourite indies, Polish ‘M. I’m also celebrating Spring with a floral look today – I wish it actually seemed like Spring here but a snowy look might have been more appropriate at the moment!
The polish in this post was provided for my honest review.
Can you believe that March is almost over already? I don’t know what’s happening to the time lately! I just know that I don’t have enough of it! In any case, that means that April’s Polish Pickup is almost here. Today I have Northern Star’s polish for April’s Polish Pickup, Age of Aquarius, to share with you.
The polishes in this post were provided for my honest review.
I have 3 gorgeous polishes from Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer to share with you today! You’ll be especially interested to see these if you’re attending the Indie Shop in Atlanta tomorrow. All three will be on sale at the event, all 3 are limited edition, and one is a shop exclusive.
The polish in this post was provided by the maker for my honest review.
Remember the stamping I showed you last week using the Moonflower Polish Spring collection? Well, the 4 polishes from this collection can also be worn as regular polish and they are all gorgeous on their own! In fact, wearing these as regular polish allows you to see a lot more of the lovely shift these have. The set is described as iridescent duochromy holos in a jelly base. Don’t let the ‘jelly base’ part scare you – keep in mind these can even stamp effectively, so they are nice and opaque. Each polish also has an iridescent flakie that shifts in the same coordinating colour. These will also look amazing if used together in nail art! I can see a stained glass type look being done with them.
I’ll start off with my favourite from the set, Moonflower Polish Tortuga.