Today’s manicure is about 2 nail art things that I love most (currently): negative space and alphabet/text nails.
Eva is one of those polishes that are unique in a special kind of way. It’s a red jelly based black and silver micro glitter with a semi sand texture. I know you’ve seen lots of red sands/glitters and so have I, but somehow the polish feels different.
All Sparkly and Gold by OPI – it’s the polish that I think about when it’s time to get ready for winter holidays. It’s more than a month until Christmas, but the gloomy weather outside makes me want some glitter on my nails already.
I remember when I first tried a black glitter base by Dance Legend I thought it would be great if there were colourful peel off bases as well. I guess Dance Legend can read our minds because now they have a nice range of glitter color bases. For example I received a white base for […]
Yeti Moo is a white glitter/top coater that I was really waiting to try. The polish has so many of everything: large snowy glitters in the shape of daisies and stars, small white glitters like dots, squares, and hexes – all these is accompanied by iridescent glitters in various sizes.
You know me, when I see a white nail polish of any kind, I always want to try it! So when Dance Legend offered to send me a couple of colors from their Anna Gorelova Summer 2015 collection I didn’t hesitate a moment to ask for this white jelly spiced up with golden glitter.
I’ve already shared a pic of a Dance Legend nail mail I got this morning. In this post I’m happy to show you the first pair of polishes: a indie like glitter Break the Chain and a nude glitter base.