This was simple but a lot of fun to wear! I figured that pairing a magnetic polish (and magnetizing it sideways) with a weird 1920’s style stamp would look awesome. Voila! Of course, it also gave me an excuse to play with a cool new-to-me stamping plate from MoYou’s steampunk collection.
~ Grey magnetic: Nails Inc – Trafalgar Square
~ Rose gold: Essie – Penny Talk|
~ Stamp: MoYou – Steampunk 06
Hope you enjoyed! I know there are only two photos, but when there is no sunlight AND my nails are tiny I don’t tend to take as many pictures!
(just FYI: I am moving these next two weeks, and there is a chance that I don’t get around to editing nail art and posting. I will be back! But if the blog is post-less for the next twoish weeks it is because I am moving and did not appropriately edit nail art in advance!)
Something simple but glittery today! Also, I forgot to write this post ahead of time, so it is both going up later than usual and will be briefer than usual! The title is from Dear old Shiz from Wicked, for no reason but that I felt like it.
This mani is a purple/green/grey mutlichrome base, and then some metallic flakie glitters! Well, and a cool lace stamp. The multichrome is 2 coats of Essie For the Twill of It, covered with one thin coat of LynB Here on Earth. Last time I used Here on Earth you couldn’t even see the base color, so I went lighter this time!
The stamp is from BC plate 04, from Lady Queen Beauty. It, too, has lots of fun stamps on it! I’ve used it maybe 3 times in the two weeks I’ve owned it? I just picked this an as example for fun. I think this might be the least fun design on the plate if we’re being honest…look at the nested triangle ones! And the seashells! And heart swirls! (Yah, ok, I like this plate).
~ Grey duochrome: Essie – For the Twill of It
~ Flakie glitter: LynB – Here on Earth
~ White: Sinful Colors – Snow me White
~ Stamp: BC – 04
You can pick up BC-04 from the Lady Queen Beauty Shop for $5.32. Don’t forget to use my 15% off code, BPLC15! Enjoy!