While some of the country is buried in snow, the rest of us have barely seen an inch. We finally got a few flakes here, and I was ready to do a snowy look.
For this look, I used Color Club Blue Heaven, OPI Sheer Tints I Can Teal You Like Me, and Wet ‘n’ Wild Hallucinate. There wasn’t enough sunshine to be able to tell, but the Color Club is a holo, and the Wet ‘n’ Wild is an iridescent glitter. (I also used a white stamping polish that doesn’t have any brand.)
I began by painting all of my nails with one coat of Blue Heaven. Then, I stamped my first layer of snowflakes. Next, was a layer of the Sheer Tints, followed by more snowflakes, followed by Sheer Tints, then a final layer of snowflakes that were topped off by the glitter polish.
I took turns experimenting with these plates and different stampers, so there are different snowflakes for every layer. These plates are from Born Pretty, Bundle Monster, and Pueen.
The finished product was a frosty look that perfectly matched the frosty weather. I hope you like!
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Nicole by OPI Luke of the Draw is one of those polishes that I forget about. It is gorgeous and goes on so easily! I have pictures both indoors and outdoors, and honestly, I love the indoors. It is the kind of polish that catches that evening light and looks so glam! Check out my IG @dontjudgemeokaynails for a video of the shining glory of it all!
I don’t feel like I have a whole lot to say about this polish, except that I really love the sparkle and shine. I also like when I rediscover a color that I haven’t worn in a while. 🙂
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I see people do beautiful dry marble designs all the time, and they make it look like a piece of cake. Either they are really just that good, or this is something that takes a little more practice.
I used Wet’n’Wild Whipped Topping as a base for all of my nails. Next, I put on a blob of Sparitual Oasis, and I used a pointed dotting tool to swirl the polish. This is where I was experimenting with amounts of blue and white, and how hard to push, where to swirl, how to swirl, I mean really…the combinations of ways to do it are endless and overwhelming! And then, if the polish begins to stiffen up at all, forget it! You will just leave bald spots. And oh the bald spots! Some people make those look so easy to cover up. When I tried to, it truly looked like a blob of paint tossed on to a weird looking nail. 😛 Anyway, when that was all done, I topped it off with a coat of Wet’n’Wild Up in the Air, because sometimes glitter makes designs better. Yeah, not today. lol
There are chips and dents and bald spots. Whatevs.
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January is a month that I actually enjoy quite a bit. I really like the snow. But where I am, we haven’t had even one snowfall yet! It makes it hard to get in the snowflake nail art mood.
Instead, I have a neon blue with a black, white, and holo topper as a neon winter look.
I began with painting all of my nails with China Glaze DJ Blue My Mind. Then, I topped off my nails with Formula X Meteoric. Meteoric has black and white matte glitters of different sizes along with tiny holo glitters. For a video to see this better, check out my Instagram! @dontjudgemeokaynails
This went on really quick and wore nicely. 🙂 I am in love with the Formula X polish, and I wish the pics would have been better. (When don’t I wish that?)
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I recently was in a wedding that was using purple as the color, and did I match that ish or what? LOL
I began by painting all of my nails with Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Celeb City. This is hands down, my favorite silver polish. I actually like it underneath the Color Paints much better than the polish that OPI released with them. After the silver base dried, I painted all of my nails with one coat of OPI Color Paints Purple Perspective.
After that dried, I used a Bundle Monster plate, Konad stamper and scraper, and white stamping polish from the Born Pretty Store. I chose the rose type of image and stamped all of the nails with white.
Originally, I was going to leave my nails purple and white to match the bouquet, but I thought it was too much, and that’s where the OPI Sheer Tints Don’t Violet Me Down (pictured above) came into play. One coat of that over all of the nails toned down the white perfectly. And, as a subtle accent, I used a heart rhinestone on each of my ring fingers.
I was honestly very happy with how these turned out. They matched, and were actually pretty easy to do. It makes me want to match other Color Paints with Sheer Tints. 🙂
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