Saturday, October 12, 2013

Da Bomb(s)

Introducing 3 NEW Glitter Bombs now available on Etsy

Center picture from left to right: Sweetly, Karou, and Diablo

All three of these polishes are super bright, sparkly, and full of depth from all the different shapes and sizes of glitters. All come in a clear base, but are so packed with glitter that they can be worn alone with three thin coats. Sweetly swatches show two coats over Wikid Nails Bonjour, Karou swatches show two coats over Wikid Nails Cookie Monster, and Diablo swatches are over a basic black. All have one top coat of Seche Vite. 

I'd love to know what you think of these new colors! Whenever I'm not sure what to try on, I always go for the super bright. What's you favorite "comfort" color?

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Toil & Trouble Water Marble

Hello Lovelies!

Since I absolutely adore water marbling, I thought it fitting that I show off my latest creation for my very first post!

Purple, orange, and black together always scream Halloween to me, and even though All Hallow's Eve is still a few weeks away, I couldn't resist putting these colors together now. :) Tweet This!

The orange is Atomic Orange by OPI, which I love, love, LUUUURVE! Because it's so bright and bold and works really great in a water marble to boot. The purple is Sally Hansen No Hard Feelings, and the black doesn't have a label so I can't tell you who it's by, but it's just a basic black.

I used Seche Plus Fortified Strengthener for my base coat, and then layered over that one coat of Snow Me White by SinfulColors. Snow Me White is just a basic flat white, and it dries really fast. Once my base was dry, I taped around my nails and created the marble you see in the pics above! 

Check out my video of the process in action. I also have another quick video on my YouTube channel showing how to tape your fingers to prep for a water marble.