Autumn Nails & Give Away Info



Happy Cosy-Sunday everyone. Hope you've had a lovely weekend. I'm loving hot cups of tea and wrapping up in this cold cold weather!
I'm going to cut right to the point here and show you lovelies what I've been up to. I can babble after!

I'm not entirely happy with this but hey..There's things I would do differently!. You live and learn, right?




This was inspired by autumn (again) I just love how some of the trees are looking right now, You know? Right before all the leaves fall off and they are transitioning between greens oranges and yellows.. So pretty!  For this look I started with two coats of Essie's Mojito Madness, Blended in a layer of Essie's Navigate Her, Added China Glaze's Peachy Keen and Essie's Meet me at sunset on the tips. In hindesight I really should not have added Meet me at sunset as it looks so very messy.
Then I stamped on two nails Using my NC01 Nail Graze plate with some unknown OPI polish (Its a mini and its impossible to read its name/find it online!)

One last thing After 200 Facebook page likes I will be doing a give away! Its going to include shades from Barry M, Essie, And possibly Zoya. Depending how this goes I may also had a few little extra's like dotting tools. So click the Facebook page to the right and like like like! This applies to all of you, international too. All you have to do is like the page and you will be entered into the random draw.

Sorry this turned into such a long post! Time I better go do something! I'm looking for a way to store my polish easy.. Wish me luck!

Enjoy the rest of your day!

Ithi
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9 comments

  1. Adorable! I love this color combination and the stamp is so pretty over it! :)

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    1. Thank you Natalie, You are my stamping idol! Your stamps always come out perfectly! xx

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  2. pretty !! i wanna try the transmitting colours...is it simple to do ?

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    1. Hey Hayley :) Thanks for commenting! Its usually called a gradient, if you youtube nail gradient you will find tutorials. I don't think its too hard once you get used to it but I feel like mine suck compared to some peoples! There are a lot of different ways but I always use those triangular make up sponges! :) xx

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  3. Very pretty! I really like the colours you used, why you think you'd done it differently? to me it looks perfect.

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    1. Hey Natalia :) Well I did all three colours together.. Then put a top coat on and then added the last orange. The last orange looks spongey to me. I think doing them all at once and then adding a top coat kinda blurs them and made it more gradient like! But thank you so much! I can bea bad critic of myself :) xx

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  4. Those two Essie green polishes are on my current wish list. I just love green. Your autumnal gradient looks perfect to me. Fab job :) xx

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    1. You HAVE to have these in your collection, Louise! Seriously, they are both beautiful and can be paired with so many other polishes. There where a dream to blend together for this :) Thank you for your kind words as always! xx

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