I may have done a happy dance when I heard that Trade Secrets would be selling MoYou products in Canada. My friends back home love them but with shipping and taxes at the border, they are pricey and many you find online are knockoffs and not etched as well. Nail stamping kits in stores are actually quite hard to find. I like to look at what I am buying so it was great to see them in-store as well as online[Read more]
Another easy nail art look that even beginners to nail art can do! This time bloody nails. For this nail art look, I used Essie Silk Watercolors in White Page and Highest Bidder. Use any white and red(ish) polish, but you want your red polish to run easily and not be glittery. A jelly polish with decent opacity is best as it gets thinner like blood would when running.
Gradient nails can be a real pain in the **** especially if you are just starting out with nail art. Get this Candy Corn nail art for halloween without all the extra work of sponging on a gradient. Start by finding three polishes in white, orange and yellow. I went with Essences Wild White Ways for my base as it is fairly opaque and dries quickly unlike many white polishes. I paired this with a random yellow Sinful Colors polish[Read more]
No #CBBOctNails post yesterday as the gradient theme was the base for the Halloween nail design for today. What you will need for this Halloween graveyard theme A light, but not white, polish – I used Essence Who Am I? A blue toned polish, preferably jelly or one good for gradients – I used Essie Silk Watercolor in Point of Blue Any decent black polish, opaque (you want to do this on one coat) and dries quickly. A stamping polish[Read more]
The #CBBOctNails challenge for day 5 is orange nails. I am not a huge fan of orange, but Halloween seems to be full of it. I went with the obvious, Jack O’Lantern Pumpkins.