The polishes used in this post were previously provided for review.
A while ago on Snapchat I shared a step-by-step for how I do gradient nails. Of course, the result was (as expected) some pretty gradient nails. I used some lovely holos for these so they came out extra-gorgeous!
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Today I have another Born Pretty Store stamping plate review to share with you. As usual, I have done 2 different looks to show you what this plate can do. A schematic of the plate is shown below:
Image from bornprettystore.com
As you can see, this plate consists of two halves with continuous patterns, so you can choose any part of the pattern to stamp with or use different parts for each nail. I have done one look using each half. This is plate BP-L002.
The nail polishes used in this post were provided for my honest review.
I am very excited to share with you the first half of the brand new Deadpool collection from Darling Diva Polish! If you’re following me on Snapchat, you might have already seen my first thoughts on these when I unpacked the box. For those of you who missed it – I was lucky enough to meet Carrie, the maker of Darling Diva Polish, in person a few weeks ago. When she offered to send me her upcoming collection I jumped at the chance. I have heard nothing but good things about this brand and they have such beautiful polishes!
This was my first experience with this brand and it did not disappoint. This collection consists of no less than 10 nail polishes. To keep my posts a manageable length since each polish needs several pictures I have split it into two parts. This first part will show the 5 holo polishes, while in the second half you will see some flakies and cremes. I’ve saved my personal favourite of the 5 holos for last, so make sure you make it to the end of the post!