Hi there! Today’s post is about a mani I did a few months ago.
I’ve wanted to do a foil tutorial for ages, and I wanted to use this photo for said tutorial, but I haven’t had the time to put everything together. But I hope to do a proper tutorial next month!
Alright, back to this mani! I painted my nails with Rimmel Lasting Finish Pro 430 Black Satin (2 coats). I like this black polish!
And whilst this polish looked nice on its own, I wanted more than plain black nails. So I used blue and fuchsia foils to add some colour to my nails. Job done!
I was very happy with how this mani turned out. Do you agree? Feel free to comment. And thanks for reading!
Hi there! Today’s post is about an easy mani I did a few weeks ago.
For this mani I painted my nails with Rimmel 60 Seconds 622 Oh Boy You’re So Fine (2 coats).
I love this nail polish. Rimmel’s 60 Seconds formula is fantastic. And I love the milky violet shade very much. It’s just so pretty!
I don’t remember which polish I used as my stamping colour – all I know is that it was, without doubt, a random drugstore nail polish.
I do, however, remember that I used Pueen’s 72 stamping plate. This stamping plate is one of my favourites. It’s part of Pueen’s awesome Stamping Buffet collection.
How do you like this mani? I think it looks really nice. It’s subtle, but not boring. Feel free to comment. And thanks for reading! 🙂
Hi there! I’ve got a new mani post for you today. 🙂
I painted my nails with two coats of NYC Expert Last 255 Late Night Lilac. This polish has a weird shimmer, but I’m glad that, thanks to the stamped-on images, said shimmer is invisible. 🙂
I used one of my favourite stamping plates, Pueen’s 93 plate (which is available as part of Pueen’s Buffet Leisure collection).
And I used Rimmel Lasting Finish Pro 430 Black Satin to stamp on the images.
I really like this mani (well, I love the base colour and the stamping plate). Do you agree? Feel free to let me know. And thanks for stopping by!
Hi there! Today I’ve got another nail post for you. 🙂
With today’s post I’m continuing “my” 31 Days Nail Art Challenge.
However, today’s challenge is the first challenge that I have changed a little. I thought that changing it would be better than skipping it altogether!
The original challenge #16 would have been Tribal Print. However, I dislike tribal print manis just as much as I dislike polka dot manis, so I changed Tribal Print to Print.
And this means… the new challenge is #16 Print! Hey, what’s more print than newspaper print? 🙂
For this mani I painted my nails with Maybelline Forever Strong 795 Cloudy Grey (1 coat). And I could finally use my Pueen 53 plate (from Pueen’s Stamping Buffet collection)! The black polish I stamped with is Rimmel Lasting Finish Pro 430 Black Satin.
How do you like this mani? I think it’s alright. It’s not my favourite mani, but it certainly beats beige nail colours (yawn…) and the likes. 🙂 If you want to comment, please do so. And thanks for stopping by!
Hi there! I’ve got another nail post for you today. I’m continuing with the 31 Days Nail Art Challenge. And today’s mani is my attempt at challenge #26 Inspired By A Pattern.
The pattern that inspired me to do this mani is the purple butterfly print on one of my scarves.
I’ve used said scarf as backdrop for a few product photos. If you’re interested, you can see the scarf here and here.
Whilst my mani isn’t a copy of the butterfly pattern, I’m happy with it. In addition, the nail challenge wasn’t about copying anything, but to be inspired by something. So I think I did alright! 🙂
For this mani I used the following products:
– Rimmel 60 Seconds 703 White Hot Love (white base, 2 coats),
– Rimmel 60 Seconds 625 Sir, Yes Sir! (stamping colour),
– Pueen‘s 39 stamping plate (from Pueen‘s Love Elements collection),
– JQ-L04 stamping plate,
– Flowers 02 stamping plate
How do you like this mani? Feel free to get in touch via the comments section. And thank you for reading! 🙂
Hi there! Today’s post is another Nail Of The Day post. 🙂
For this mani I painted my nails with Rimmel 60 Seconds 820 Hot Black To Go. Whilst this polish doesn’t dry in 60 seconds (or 120, or 180…), I do like it!
Hot Black To Go is almost a one-coater (I need to try if it stamps!), and it’s perfect for foil manis! 🙂 But let’s move on… for this mani I used a colourful foil (with a somewhat psychedelic pattern) which I applied several ‘layers’ of.
How does this work? It’s super easy. All you have to do is press the foils onto the near-dry-yet-still-tacky nail polish and peel them off again – it’s almost like ripping off a band aid! 😀
I think this mani turned out alright. It’s considerably more colourful than intended, but I couldn’t help myself. I just kept adding to it! Also, many apologies for the so-so picture. Foil manis can be difficult to capture on camera, and they can look ‘rough’ in pictures – but they’ll always look better in real life.
I’ll do a tutorial on foils shortly! It’s going to be fun, I promise. And it’s super easy to do! Feel free to comment. And thanks for stopping by! 🙂
Hi there! I’ve got another mani post for you today. I’ve done quite a few manis which I never got around to show you, so I’ve decided that I’m doing another nail week this week.
For this mani I painted my nails with Rimmel I ♥ Lasting Finish 080 Black Cab (2 coats).
This polish is one of those that I only use as a background colour for foil manis because the formula is just awful. 😦
Why? Well, the polish is thin, it’s poorly pigmented, it takes ages to dry and (despite the name) this polish just doesn’t last long.
I’m talking about visible tip wear in under half a day and chipping within 24 hours…
Rimmel’s I ♥ Lasting Finish collection is definitely my least favourite Rimmel collection.
But back to this mani! I intended to do a messy foil gradient (green, yellow, orange, red). But the first attempt (which you’ll never see any photographic evidence of) went wrong, so I redid the mani – in a much simpler way. So whilst I didn’t manage to do a foil gradient this time, I was still happy with how this mani turned out.
What do you think? Feel free to let me know. And thanks for reading!