While it is October, I decided to do some pink nails. I tried out this lamp that is supposed to imitate natural light pretty closely. Maybe it’s just me, but the light seems to have a blue tint to it. Anyway, I used a bobby pin and toothpick for my thumb and 2nd finger nails to imitate simple lace. I also made a sheer water marble and free-handed a cancer ribbon. I’m on the fence on how this looks. The pink base is Sally Hansen Fuchsia Power. For the water marble I used Sally Hansen Pink Satin, Zoya Adina, and SH Fuchsia Power.
I love these Halloween nails! This idea is so cute! I free handed everything using a striper. I started with 2 coats of Revlon Siren, and used a black and silver glitter Kiss striper. For the pumpkin stripes I mixed a drop of black nail polish with 4 orange drops and used a brush to draw the stripes. I placed the silver polish to make it look as though the pumpkins are looking at one another, but it is pretty subtle.
First of all, I love this name, it reminds me of a snake. Now whenever I think of snakes they are always this color. I used three thin coats, but honestly it was opaque in two. There was just a bit of sheerness with two coats. This is such a pretty, light green. Pixie dust nail polish are quickly becoming my favorite nail polish. The textured and glitter-packed is amazing.
I’m really happy with how this turned out. I used 2 coats of Sinful Colors Love Nails, then the same color and Zoya Ibiza for the water marble. These two colors worked really well in the water: they dropped from the brush easily. Love Nails is my favorite Sinful Colors, it a beautiful sparkly blue with a green/blue undertone in the sunlight. It reminds me of the sea. It’s opaque in 3 coats, all though you can get away in 2. I don’t shy away from this bottle because of the sheerness, the color is so much more amazing in real life! I have a post of Zoya Ibiza here. That’s it for now, I hope you love this as much as I do!
*warning: picture heavy*