Red and Black Gradient

Sorry about that 2 week lapse guys, I actually did this last week but didn’t have time to post it. I’ve been really busy. So for this mani, I used one coat of Zoya Livingston-my favorite red polish, basically opaque in one coat- and sponged on Sinful Colors Black on Black-my fave black. It took a couple of layers of sponging to make the black opaque. This turned out really well and I loved wearing it but it chipped really fast. The second day I wore it, it started to chip. I really love this mani!
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Lightning

I haven’t really felt the need this year to do any valentine themed manis.  Looking back at my posts, I haven’t used pink nail polish in a long time. Anyway, back to my current mani. I used this tutorial from Nailside to make the lightning bolts. She has not been active for a while, but she has great tutorials and her posts inspire me. The polishes used Zoya Ziv and Sinful Colors Black on Black.

My usual left hand
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My left hand thumb
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My right hand
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My right hand thumb
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Both hands for good measure 🙂
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Overall, I love this mani. It will probably stay on longer than it should (I’m wearing it right now). Happy Valentines Day!!!

Zoya Megan

I love Megan. It’s such a pretty light grey-purple. This was two coats, one coat was slightly streaky and almost opaque. This design was pretty easy to do and I love it :). I simply added Sally Hansen’s Big Smoky Topcoat over half of each nail. If you ever need a neutral and spring-y color, this polish is the one you are looking for.

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Nicole by OPI -Stars at Night

Here is Nicole by OPI and Selena Gomez Stars at Night. This is one coat over Zoya Ibiza, no topcoat. Stars at Night is a silver bar glitter in a clear base that is really easy to control and brightly flashes in direct light. You don’t have to fish out any glitters, just turn it upside down first before using.

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This picture below is blurry, but I wanted you guys to see the rainbowyness when in bright light.

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