Beautiful multi chrome polish by Color Club!
I don’t know if you celebrate Mother’s Day, but I do and it was the perfect opportunity to use the Born Pretty Store nail plate number BP-70.
Add a pink gradient to make it subtle and this is how it turned out:
Generally, I avoid doing decals because they are thick and such a pain to place on your nails….
Every once in a while, I give in, and realize, it looks gorgeous!
The base is “Rum-Billie” by Superchic lacquer and you can buy it here.
I’m sure I haven’t seen this in the wild for a looooong time.
Also, self promo to the new image pov.
What do you get when you try gradient stamping, no inspiration and a sad excuse for glitter?
There were too few chunky glitters that almost none seemed to want to be on my nails. Sigh.
So, I found out that glitter doesn’t fix everything.
Sometimes, it makes nail art look cluttered,
and you loose the original design you had.
Moral of the story, take pics at every stage of your nail art and don’t add glitter…. always.
Dry marbling your nails looks a little like this, yeah, like this. Add some studs and you’re good to go!
You know when sometimes you do a nail art and you’re like:
Well, this was mine. (I do like the colors though, it’s called Angora Cardi by Essie)