Friday, 6 July 2012

Cute Nail Stamping

For today's post I was planning on posting my review for bundle monster's new stamping plates but I wasn't fully done (I edited the entire video into 1 and it ended up being too long so I'm planning on dividing it and editing it again; hopefully it'll be up by Sunday <= keep in mind it has 25 plates). Well for today's post I decided to upload an old manicure. Actually I made the tutorial in February but never had the time to edit it so I decided to edited it and post that instead of my bundle monster's review.

Tutorial:
NOTE: For the original manicure I didn't use Konad plates. Back when I got into nail art I didn't know the difference between Konad/fake/bundle monster (or any other nail plates) stamping plates but I loved how girls were able to make pretty prints on there nails using stamping plates. After a while I decided to invest in some stamping plates and bought some fake plates from ebay (they came in a bundle of 8 and or 15 for a very low price). I wanted to upload the tutorial again using the original plates but than I remembered how Konad has become strict on fake plates so I decided to post this instead.

The image plates that I used originally:
Apart from a base and top coat I only applied the red nail polish on the french tip (sorry I don't remember the red nail polish I used) and for stamping I used Timeless White by Sallyhansen. Final manicure:

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Tuesday, 3 July 2012

Henna Print Nails Using BM-315 With a Matte Finish

I did this manicure on Saturday but never got around to posting it <= I've been busy with some personal issues in my life and also I've been studying for an entrance exam for something (and it requires me to know everything that I've studied for the past 5-6 years)=> in other words I might only do a post once a week or once every other week.

For this manicure I used I Brake For Manicures by OPI as my base color. I Brake For Manicures is a dusty purple. In this picture I only applied 2 thin coats. Swatch of I Brake For Manicures:
Swatch with flash:
For stamping I used Silver Sweep by SallyHansen's Insta-Dry collection with bundle monster's image plate BM-315 (set 3 series that were released few weeks ago; click here if you want more information on the 3rd set). How it looked after I stamped:

After stamping I decided to use a matte top coat (matte about you by essie) instead of shinny one. Helpful hint when you apply a matte about you avoid going over the same spot twice and try to have a fuller brush otherwise it will streak the stamp on your nails. Honestly I couldn't decide on which image to post so I decided to post 4 images of the final design instead of 1 -2.



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Toe Nail Stamping

I usually just paint my toe nails and stop there but after getting my bundle monster set 3 I decided to go another step and stamp on them :D. I must admit I loved how it turned out.

For this manicure I used Color To Dine For by OPI as my base colour; and for stamping I used Silver Sweep by SallyHansen's Insta-Dry collection with bundle monster's image plate BM-310 (set 3 series that were released few weeks ago; If you want more information on this click here). How it looked after I stamped and applied a layer of top coat:
Close-up:
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