Showing posts with label Glitter. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Glitter. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Sparkly Neon...

Hiiiii!!

Long time no see... Busy, busy! :)

Here is my Holiday Manicure:


I'm wearing a neon pink shellac manicure with some loose glitters...



I really like this manicure, because of the pretty glitter...


I don't think I have to explain what shellac is, but in short words: it's a liquid between gel and nailpolish and has to dry in a UV or LED lamp for a couple of seconds. This gives you a manicure which will stay on without chipping and dulling, it keeps shiny until the last day of wear and you'll wear it for about 2-3 weeks.



Do you wear shellac or gelpolish?

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Review: SensatioNail Glitter Puffer Manicure

Hi!

Today I have a SensatioNail's Glitter Puffer manicure for you...





First I'll give you some more information about the brand: SensatioNail assures you a shiny and strong manicure that will last you up to two weeks!
You need their gelpolish base, color and topcoat and their LED-lamp to dry the gelpolish. Polish your nails and put them into the lamp; within a couple of seconds your nails are 100% dry and you're good to go! Even after two weeks the color is still gorgeous and ultra shiny!



 Today I have used a black gelpolish and the SensatioNail "glitter puffer" in red glitter.



You can create anything you want with this tube of loose glitter!





For the Dutch girls: SensatioNail gelpolish and other supplies are available at Bol.com (click on this link to directly go to the "glitter puffers") for €9,99 and you'll get a box with two tubes of glitter (gold and red or silver and blue). Foreign girls can check www.sensationail.com for their own country (click here to directly go to the link of your country).

SensatioNail "Glitter Puffers"



Are you familiar with this brand? And have you used their glitter puffers and gelpolishes yet?
Please let me know! I'd love to hear!



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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Ombre Skittlette...

Hi girls,

A shorty for today...

An ombre grey Skittlette!


Polishes used:
♥ Pinky & thumb: Essence Icy Princess, OPI Servin' Up Sparkles
♥ Ringfinger: Color Club French Tip
♥ Middlefinger: Essence Colour & Go No Doubt
♥ Pointerfinger: Kiko 380
♥ All: INM Out The Door topcoat


Look at those sparkly glitters!



I ♥ wearing it...




What do you think about my ombre Skittlette?



Thanks for watching!


Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Golden Rose Jolly Jewels # 110

Hi girls!

Last week I bought a bunch of new nailpolishes which I will show you all soon...

Today I'm wearing this happy polish:

Golden Rose Jolly Jewels # 110

Jolly Jewels # 110 is a white milky based glitter polish with red metallic hexagons and small blue glitters.

I ♥ it!

The Jolly Jewels collection from Golden Rose contains 17 (!!) bottles of happy, festive glitterpolishes!
Aren't they cute?


I got myself two of these cuties; # 110 and # 115, which I will show you later.



Application was simple: two thin coats were enough to get an even and opaque look.

What do you think about these polishes? Do you have them in your stash?

Thanks for watching!




Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Sparkled 'Up tips...

Hi girls!

Hope you're all doing well...

I a bit tired because of all the stress about selling our house and buying our new house, but I hope it soon is all over and we can start enjoying it!

Now... on to my nails...

Today I want to show you OPI Servin' Up Sparkle from the Serena Williams collection...



Base: OPI Bubblebath (2 coats)
Tips: OPI Servin' Up Sparkle (2 coats)
Topcoat: INM Out The Door




First I applied 2 coats of OPI Bubblebath, then I applied OPI Servin' Up Sparkle with the brush only on my tips. I let it dry for a while and then decided to sponge the next coat on. That way the tips wouldn't get "as wet" as they would when applied with the brush, and the glitters would adhere better.


OPI Servin' Up Sparkle contains very small glitter particles and some larger glitters. Very pretty!!


See how pretty and shiny the sparklies are? :)


It's been a while since I wore a french manicure, and I used to have french manicure all the time, so I thought it would be nice to only sponge the tips this time.

I'm wearing this manicure for 3 days now, and I seriously can't stop watching the sparkly glitters!

I ♥ this manicure!

Do you like french manicures?


Thanks for watching and hello to my newest followers! Thanks for following me! :)

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Nailart inspiration - Part I

Hi girls,

I've been very busy, so I haven't posted anything lately...

We're buying a new house (and at the same time we're selling our house) so lately my thoughts were somewhere else...

But today I wanted to share something with you guys...

Here are some of my favorite nailarts at the moment:


Gorgeous polka dots nailart with Sephora pink base...

Black matte with topcoat splatters...

Striping neon nailart

Lovely glitter gradient...

Pretty nudie...

Gold Foil Nailart...

Nude with stamped stars & glitters...

Catwalk-mani...

H&M Peppermint Fusion with stamped stripes...

Sources: weheartit.com

I really ♥ these manicures, glitters and colors...

Which one(s) do you like most?


Thanks for watching!




Monday, February 27, 2012

Guppy #12 layered with Kleancolor Chunky Holo Purple

Hi girls!

Here's the Guppy/CUDDV polish #12 again, but now layered with Kleancolor Chunky Holo Purple:


Kleancolor Chunky Holo Purple has mainly orange and green holo glitter in it.
This are two coats layered over the black Guppy (CUDDV) Sanding Fruit Extract #12 which I showed you here.


This picture shows the green holo glitters better... I ♥ the look of the glitter in this angle better.


Hmmm... I think it's nice to experiment a bit with layering, but I don't think it's really my cup of tea.

So I experimented a bit more:


Hey! See those blue glitters? I didn't notice them before...?
I mattified this manicure with two coats of China Glaze Matte Magic and tadaaa...


I probably layered a bit too much at the time, because see what happened with my ringfinger and pinky?
The polishlayers started to lift!


I like this version better then the shiny version...

But still... I don't like it enough to wear it this way. So I'm going to take it off... :)

Which version do you like more?

Thanks for watching!

Guppy Sanding Fruit Extract #12

Hi girls!

Today I want to show you a black Guppy polish:

Guppy Sanding Fruit Extract #12

This Guppy (or CUDDV) polish is actually matte after applying, but I wanted to see the shiny version right after I'd applied it. So these pictures are with two layers of Seche Vite top coat.


Guppy Sanding Fruit Extract #12 is one of those polishes which has a gritty finish. Even with two thick layers of top coat, the grittyness is still showing. The polish itself applied pretty good; it was a bit on the thick side, so next time I'll use some thinner. Hopefully it applies a bit more equal then.


It has a nice silver glitter in it, which shows up better if you'll put topcoat over it.
I now realise that it is a bit stupid of me not taking pictures of the matte version (because the polish originally  dries matte.)


I think it's an advantage that this polish is a one coater. I just ♥ one coaters!
But my overall opinion about this polish is okay, but not too special...

So I experimented a bit with layering other polishes over it...

Keep tuned for more pictures soon!

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