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Warning: picture-heavy nail-p*rn post!
Today I'd like to show you a mani I'm really proud of - my second ever successful stamping mani! Yet again, a big shout out to Tracy Ball-Eriksson for sending me a stamper that works :-)
First off, let's see the mani:
|In the shade :-)|
|Squeeeeeeeeeeee awesome stamping |
with TURQUOISE and PURPLE!
This mani contains all my favourite colours, so I just couldn't stop staring! Turquoise AND purple together?! Heaven!
Here are the polishes I used:
- Rimmel How Do You Lilac It (base)
- Maybelline Turquoise Lagoon (gradient)
- Barry M Gold Foil Effect (stamping)
I love a good sponging(!) and so I just had to show you the half-way point in this mani: my awesome turquoise to lilac gradient! Check it out:
|Check out the gradient in the sunlight!|
|Don't mind the random brown spot - my sponge|
had some purple left on it!
Pretty nifty, huh? :-) Finally, I'd like to share a couple swatches of the base colour with you (Lively Lilac):
|Natural light (shade)|
This is one of those Rimmel polishes that apply like a dream, just like Grey Matter. Having ascertained that my camera is a bit off when it comes to colours, I can tell you that this is a warm-toned pastel lilac creme that leans either purple or pink depending on the light (as I think you can see). This versatility is actually really fun because the tone of the purple changes throughout the day.
|Pretty sunshine bonus pic :-D|
|Here you can really see the stamped image ^^|
So what do you think of this, my second ever successful stamping attempt!? I'm really proud of this mani - I couldn't stop staring at my hands when I wore it and I was really sad to remove it :-)
What other funky colour combinations would you like to see combined with stamping? I have an entire set of plates to play with now - and I wanna use them!
'Til next time, curlettes :-)
- Skye x