It’s a gorgeous autumn here in Minnesota – the trees are all changing beautifully and it isn’t TOO cold yet. Leaves of every colour are beginning to fall and that’s the part of the autumn I’ve decided to recreate on my nails.
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Today I have another review to share with you and it’s of a product that has completely transformed nail stamping over the past few months. You might have seen some version of this stamper before, and if not, be prepared to be amazed. This is the Clear Jelly Stamper from Born Pretty Store although there are now various places where clear stampers are available. This is the first clear stamper I’ve tried and I love it! I also have TWO looks with this stamper so be sure to click through to the full post on this one!
As I mentioned in my recent 2 year blogiversary post, I won’t be able to finish all for the prompts for this year’s 31 Day Challenge. I didn’t want to miss out completely though, so I am taking part in a few of the prompts, starting off with the very first one: red! (more…)
Today I have some stamping and some glitter to share with you. I originally planned on double stamping the flowers in blue with lots of butterflies in purple over them, but I found the flowers became lost so I went with one butterfly as an accent instead. Let’s take a look: (more…)
Today I tried some of the most complex nail art I’ve ever done: Finding Nemo nails! They’ve been done before plenty of times, but I knew I wanted to do an animation for my movie-inspired nails, and Finding Nemo was one of my favourite animations ever. Before I show you the pictures, I want you to focus very carefully: Look at my thumb, index finger, middle finger, CLOSE YOUR EYES FOR A MILLISECOND, and look at my pinkie. Seriously, don’t even THINK about looking at my trainwreck of a ring finger! Sadly I didn’t have time to try redo it!
Today’s theme is tribal print. I just picked a few bright colours and made up a pattern as I went along.
Firstly, I painted sections or stripes of colour using a small brush in Sinful Colors Innocent (the lime green), Catrice Pimp my Shrimp, NYX Matte Lavender, and Revolution Pastel Boogie (the blue). Revolution’s pastel range really isn’t pastel at all, but makes some lovely brighter colours.