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Halloween Nails: Day 12

12 Oct

I see brains! Braaaaaaaaiiiiinnnns.
Here’s my Day 12 Halloween mani.


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Halloween Nails: Day 6

6 Oct

I wanted to do something with candy for Day 6. I’ve been craving for some Kit Kat bars lately so it was only natural I wanted to stamp some candies on my nails.

I call this “Trick N’ Treating for Halloween Candy!”


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retro / neon 80s nails

7 Dec

I watched a whole bunch of 80s movies this past week. I was inspired to do some retro bright colored 80s themed nails. This is what I came up with.

80snailsI love bright colors! I also did some advanced stamping techniques for this one with various plates. Continue reading

Black Cloud + White Dots = instant nail art!

6 Nov

Here’s my nails of the day!


Polishes used:
Orly Bonder base coat
Lime Crime Peaches ❤ Cream
Orly Liquid Vinyl
OPI Alpine Snow
Rica Glossy Glam topcoat

I decided to do something that's simple, easy, and eye catching tonight! This "look" works well on short nails and its very easy to do!

1. Paint your nail with the base color of your choice. I used Lime Crime Peaches Cream for this one. Wait until its completely dry before doing the next step.

2. Begin forming a black "cloud" by using a dotting tool and an opaque black polish. I used Orly Liquid Vinyl. It is an amazing opaque black polish! Begin your dotting from the middle of one side of the nail and work your way up to the top. Make sure the dots are connected but not in a straight linear line. It should look like a beaded necklace.

3. Once the black dotting is complete, take your black polish and paint to fill in the uppermost space to create this partial black "cloud" look. Please wait until the black is dry enough before proceeding to the next step.

4. Take your opaque white polish. I used OPI Alpine Snow. It's opaque in one coat! Use a dotting tool to create white dots on top of this black "cloud" area on your nails. I used a double-end dotting tool that had both large and small tips to create dots of different sizes.

5. Wait until the white is semi-dry before adding the topcoat on.

I hope you enjoyed this simple tutorial!
Goodnight dolls! Stay tuned for more this week 🙂
❤ Rica