Today I have a matte look to share with you.I started with two coats of Nympho by Cirque. Once that was dry I used a piece of saran wrap to apply tiny bits of Lean, also by Cirque. The stamping design is created with MoYou ProXL plate 20 and Mundo de Unas stamping polish in white. For top coat I used a matte top coat by Wet n Wild.
Quite some time hast past since I did a swap with my friend Nailluminati. A few polishes are still sitting quietly in my untried box. One of them is Last Rat Standing by Crowstoes. Who said brown and grey are boring? This grey-isch brown has lots of fine multi colored shimmer running throughout. I used three thin coats for full opacity. Then I used MoYou Pro XL plate 19 and black stamping polish by Mundo de Unas for the stamping design. For my top coat I went with my all time favorite HK Girlby Glisten & Glow. And here’s a closer look:Have a great week ahead! :*
Neon AND textured? Of course I needed to try that! For this mani I created a gradient effect with 269(pink) and 274 (yellow), both from the Neon Sand Effect line by Sophin. This brand recently launched at Hypnotic Polish and is definitely worth checking out. There’s a wide range of colors and finishes available for a reasonable price. These polishes do not need a white base to get that bright neon effect. I used a make up sponge to apply the colors over just one coat of base coat.I used blackstamping polish by Mundo De Unas and MoYou ProXl plate 04 for the butterfly wings. Have a fabulous weekend!
Here’s a textured polish for you today. This is Sand!Which? by Dance Legend:I applied two coats of Sand!Which? and stamped over it with No Place Like Chrome by Essie and MoYou Pro XL plate 04. And no top coat to enjoy the textured finish 🙂Are you over textured polishes yet? I still like them, not as much as when the trend began but I think they’re still amazing.
I’ve been stamping again! This time I went with a gradient look by using three different stamping polishes:For my base I used two coats of Monday Blues by MAC.
Stampingplate is number 04 from the ProXL range by MoYou and I used three stamping polishes by Mundo De Unas:
24 Aqua, 1 White and 5 Turquoise.
To get a gradient effect I randomly added dots of the three colors on the image and scraped from one corner to the other so that the colors slightly bleed into each other.
I’ve been stamping again! For this mani I used two polishes of the Velvet Collection by Dance Legend. As the name suggests they dry to a semi matte velvet finish. The base color is two coats of number 644. For the stamping design I used number 637which is such a gorgeous polish. I’ll be showing a full swatch of that one in the near future. It has so much more to it than it shows here. The stamping plate is by MoYou London, number 04 (Pro XL). And of course I didn’t apply top coat here. Thanks for stopping by! :*
Stamping? I gave that up a long time ago. I’ve seen so many amazing new plates lately and even more amazing designs created with them I thought it was time to give it another try. But not before searching for a new stamper. I’ve found an XL stamper and scraper at Hypnotic Polish and went for it. This is my first attempt after a long time so please bear with me. For my base I used one (!) coat of Rendezvous With You by China Glaze. What a fantastic polish! Not only is the formula perfect but that color! Love!
For the design I used Essie‘s No Place Like Chrome and a Sci-Fi (5) plate from MoYou, which you can also find at Hypnotic Polish. What do you think of this stamping design?