Sunday, 13 October 2013
Love this pretty Etude House glitter polish, WH901, with white/ yellow/ blue/ pink hex, diamond and heart glitters. Index and pinky is Essence Enchanted Fairy, middle is China Glaze For Audrey and ring finger has the 2 polishes along with OPI Do you lilac it.
Think this is my favorite Etude House glitter so far, with its soft pastel colors and different shapes/sizes :D
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Saturday, 12 October 2013
Just very basic mani with Etude House QR203 over Essence Off to Miami. I hit my nail before it was fully dried hence the wrinkly looking middle finger :(
Etude House QR203 has white, yellow, orange glitters in hexes, diamonds and stars while Essence Off to Miami is a bright coral-orange, which I must warn you stains badly, grr.....
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Sunday, 6 October 2013
Base is OPI Give me the Moon! and I added chervon tips with Eternal Basic mini-m18 (Japanese brand) before drawing on pink flowers with acrylic paint. OPI Give me the Moon! is a very light grey sheer with blue shimmer, while the Eternal Basic polish is a pretty blue polish with flakes that flash pink (which you can see in the bottle). Click read more for plain swatch of OPI Give me the Moon!
I have Essie Come Here on my index and pinky and First Timer on my middle finger with saran wrap kind of design but using acetone instead. The flower stamps are from a KKCenterHK plate, which you can see more of here. On my ring finger, I tried out another water nail decal from KKCenterHK, which is more of full nail design. See below for the full piece of decal.
The design is pretty big so if you have long nails, they should be more than sufficient. I actually used the shorter flower for my nail (the one next to the cut piece). Do note that they have a thin plastic cover on the decal, so after you slide the paper backing off and place the decal on the nail, you also have to slide off the plastic cover.
You can buy the decal from this link and use "barenailsnomore" for 10% off :)
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