For a while I wasn’t into nail art. I’m not really sure what happened, but doing my nails became a chore. Painting my nails only takes 10 minutes, but nail art? That can take an hour to do. But in a moment of clarity, I sat down and created this fun rainbow gradient nail art using some stamping. Find out how I got this rainbow arrows #NOTD and how I do my gradients!
For a while there I thought I wouldn’t be able to do nail art for a long time. All of my nails broke and they looked awful. On top of that, my cuticles were a mess. They haven’t fully grown back yet. However, they’ve gotten to a point where I can do nail art without pain and have it look good on some manicured nails. When I bought the Bundle Monster Festival nail plate set last year, I bought it mostly for plate BM-S303. That plate has the coolest images on it. So, using that plate and BM-2305, I create this nail art design that I never want to take off. Seriously, the arrows look so cool. Found out how I got this Bundle Monster Peace Out, Astronaut #NOTD down below!
For Halloween this year I set out with the intention to create a full week of nail art designs and makeup looks. But that didn’t happen. I was looking at my collection of stamping plates and found three that had candy, ice cream and donuts and I thought to make a spooky candy-themed nail art. But instead I got this super cute, sugar-coma inducing candy design. I’ve never made stamping nail art decals and actually used them, so creating this nail art was a bit of a challenge for me. I think it turned out pretty good and I have some tips and tricks to create a perfect nail polish decal.
I bought a plate from Bundle Monster to do a fall nail art, and after buying OPI Yank My Doodle, I knew that I had to use the two together. I’ve never done a layered stamping nail art before and it was a lot of fun to create. This mani screams fall to me and when I look down at my nails, all I think of is pumpkin spice. This doesn’t have pumpkin on it, but that’s just how I feel. Learn how I created this down below!
So since I’ve been working at the MoYou London kiosk at the mall, I’ve bought a lot. Like, A LOT. After working every day with these products, I know how great they are and how well they work. I decided to beef up my own personal collection by adding some MoYou London goodies.
I don’t want to be one of those cliche bloggers, but I can’t believe April is over. That means only about two weeks until I graduate from college. How nuts is that? These past four years have flown by. But enough on that, let’s look at my favorites for the month!
Today I’m bringing to you one of my most recent attempts in nail stamping. This nail art was so much fun to create and wear.
I’ve been wanting to get into nail stamping for a really long time but had never taken the plunge. But my amazing boyfriend got me a kit for my birthday and I’ve been playing with it for the past week. While I’m no expert yet, I’ve been practicing and I have some techniques down and some tips and tricks to share with you. Find out what the basics are to nail stamping, what you’ll need to get started and some advice on how to get the perfect stamped nail! Grab a cup of coffee and kick back; this is a long one.
After receiving a nail stamping kit for my birthday from my loving boyfriend, (thanks Walter!!) I’ve been playing with stamping for every manicure. While I still have a lot to learn, this once has come out the best so far. I love the marbled colors underneath and the pattern on top. Want to know how I got this? Click read more!
So, you’ve been perusing that famous nail art Instagram when you start to notice a trend: that weird peeling stuff around the nails and cuticles. You’re confused when you see the nail artist remove it at the ends of the video and the skin is magically clean from nail art mess during stamping, gradients, water marbles, nail vinyls and other nail art. What is that stuff you ask? It’s liquid latex, and today I’ll show you how to use it and where to buy it.