Nail Art – Gold Variation


Colors used:

Wet n Wild – A Show At The Palladium
Sally Hansen – Mighty Mango
Kleancolor – Beach Blue
Salon Perfect Top Coat

Nail Art Tutorial – Seamless Black – Simple Negative Space Design


Hi guys, I’m back with new nail art! 🙂 Did you miss me? Even just a little? :p I also worked on a new logo and placement (again) and this time I think I finally got something that I like and will stick with for a while. So let’s get to the design:20150828_230510aThe Nail Art:

For today;s look I wanted to create something super basic but also edgy so I made a simple negative space design that will also work as a background for any extra design details. I was originally going to paint some roses/flowers over it but as you can tell, I ended up changing my mind and went with some studs! I love how edgy it turned out I didn’t film a tutorial for the stud arrangements as it was a last minute change but the tutorial for the first look can be found below. 🙂

The Tutorial:

Colors used:

Milani – Black Magic
Salon Perfect Top Coat

1mm Striping Tape

2mm Striping Tape

Nail Art Tutorial – Diy Matte Skull Nails – Quilted Skull

20150621_220422aThe Nail Art: I wanted to keep today’s design simple because the heat here is really making me not want to do anything other than take a long cold shower. lol Recently I received this image plate for review so I thought this would be a great time to use it. I ended up just simply stamping it (had to test it anyways right? :p) and then I thought some little studs would be a nice addition. 🙂 I ended up doing this design over 3 times because the stamped image wasn’t coming out very crisp. I had to fill in some of the design myself with paint but you can still see a lot of empty spaces and gaps in the image. Luckily the messed up stamping kind of adds to the grunge look of this design.

Video Tutorial:

Here is how I created this look>

Colors used:

Kleancolor – Black
Salon Perfect – Nail Lac Haze
Salon Perfect Matte Top Coat
Image Plate:

False Nail Set – Geometric Ombre

20140808_160238Hey guys! This is actually a re-post of a previous set (new picture though). I was looking through all of my nail sets and started reminiscing and since this set is still available in my store as well, I thought it would be nice to share again. I actually like this picture better than the original however; I format them a bit differently for Instagram due to the size difference. Hope you guys like it! I will be back on Friday with some new nail art 🙂

Nail Art Stamping – Blue Damask – Matte Nails

20150415_182334Hello and happy Friday! The weekend is almost here, yet again.. Oh how time flies. It is crazy to think that today will just be another memory tomorrow. Then again life is really just a collection of memories and dreams when you think about it. Enough philosophy though, on to the nail art! lol Today’s design is kind of a revamped version of my Pink Damask design; they are similar yet different all at the same time.

20150415_182504I started with a base of Salon Perfect Baby Blues and stamped over that with Revlon Colorstay Indigo Nights – I always have such luck when stamping with these polishes, they are great!- I used the damask print from image plate QA90.

Next I decided to do a basic french tip using a coordinating blue from Sinful Shine called Break Away (Which is another brand I have good luck stamping with – very rich colors).

I then lined the raw edges with some silver striping tape and added a few triangle studs to make an edgy bow. I finished the look by applying a matte top coat. 🙂

This look is like the more “boyish” version (for lack of a better word) whereas the pink one is much more feminine. They complete each other 😛

Colors used:

Salon Perfect – Baby Blues

Revlon Colorstay – Indigo Nights

SinfulShine – Break Away

Wet n Wild Matte Top Coat

Image Plate:


Stud Nail Art – Placement

20150207_221715 20150207_222246 So sorry for not posting last Friday! I have been really sick all weekend and haven’t felt up to doing much other than laying in bed haha. I am starting to feel a bit better now… Luckily today’s design is super quick and easy.

I enjoy playing around with 3d elements and seeing what works where, and this design is a slight representation of that. I started off with a basic background of Kleancolor Black (because everything goes with black :p) and then just started placing various studs until it started looking like something lol.

I ended up with the simple little pattern you see above, nothing too fancy. I actually think this would look better on “flatter” nails, mine have too much of a c-curve for this to work properly; the ends of the studs stick up :/. Anyways, I sealed the design with Wet n Wild matte top coat to complete this quick look. 🙂

Colors used:

KleanColor – Black

Wet n Wild – Matte Top Coat