Monday, June 23, 2014

Nail Art Spam 2

Hello out there. Just as I was getting into the swing of things, getting lots of posts ready, I get sick yet again. It's getting to the point where I'm wondering if it's every going to end. Being sick all the time is getting old very quickly, but that's not why you're here, to hear a sob store, you're here to enjoy some nail art.
With out further ado here we go. I hope you all enjoy these pictures of my work. Thanks for stopping by and hopefully I'll have a new post again for you soon.

4th of July nails
I used Revlon Royal Navy for the blue and Sally Hansen Insta-Dri in Whirlwind white for the white base and to stamp on the stars. For stamping on the red stripes I used Wet n' Wild in Red, Red. The stars and strips were both on the same Cheeky plate 4.

The blue is China Glaze Towel Boy Toy, the pink is CG Pool Party, the yellow is CG Sun Worshiper, and the color on my ring finger is Laquerlicious in Pebble Stone which unfortunately is no longer available.

The strawberry pink is Sonic Bloom by Sally Hansen and I created the polka dots by using a dotting tool with Misa in Black Out. On the ring finger is Pop Culture Cosmetics in Friday the 13th over black, and on my middle finger I used a black jelly polish that I made and stamped using CH4 with Sally Hansen Insta-Dri color Sonic Bloom and Whirlwind White.
Metallic tiger nails
I created these using Sally Hansen Insta-Dri in Pink Fast and used Misa in Black Out to create the reverse french as well as for stamping the tiger print using plate CH2.

Lets start with the glitter accent nail. The sliver glitter is Maybelline Color Show in Sliver Gleam from their limited edition sequins collection. The larger holographic silver glitters are from OPI's I Snow You Love Me. For the middle finger I used Zoya in Frida and stamped using OPI in Ski Teal We Drop using  Bundle Monster plate 322. I also used Ski Teal We drop to paint the remaining nails, and the glitter on those nails is from I Snow You Love Me.
Gold Geo nail art created for a client

Puppy dog nails request by a little girl for here birthday

Japanese nail art inspired nails.
For the light pink base I used OPI in Chic from Ears to Tail, and the coral pink color is OPI A Definite Moust-Have. I used silver glitter to create the polka dot pattern. Black triangle rhinestones were used to create the 3D bows. On the middle finger I used Chic from Ears to Tail as the base and used the saran wrap method with A Definite Moust-Have, then I hand paint a bow pattern and used silver glitter for the bow knots.

Vintage Floral Nails
For the base color on the ring and middle finger I used Sally Hansen Insta-Dri in Sand Storm. I don't remember what colors I used to create the flowers but you can use any colors you like for the flowers. On all my other nails I used Sally Hansen Insta-Dri in Jade Jump and used a striping brush to make the white strips.

 Camo Nails.
The green I used for the base is Sally Hansen Insta-Dri in No S-Pear Time. Yeah, I was addict to Sally Hansen there for awhile. I'm not ashamed to admit it. The other shade of green is Zoya in Yara. The yellow is China Glaze in Kalahari Kiss, and I used Wet n' Wilds Black crème for the black. I used a dotting tool to create the pattern.

Super Bowl Nails
These took me 2 and a half hours to complete. I was so happy and tired when I finished these. I have no idea what I used but I can tell you I only used polish to create these.
Valentine Nails
I created the pinks that I can't remember the name of : ( The stamping on the ring and middle fingers  was done by using plates BM-404 fro the infinity symbol, and BM-405 for the words using Pure Ice in Outrageous. The flowers were stamped using CH-14 and Color Club in Cloud Nine which is a holographic polish.  

This beautiful color is China Glaze in Wish On A Starfish which is a textured polish. To create an accent nail I stamped my ring finger with plate BM-406 using Sally Hansen Insta-Dri in Mint Sprint

Autism Awareness Nails
I created these for my sweet boys. I used China Glaze Gelaze in Dorothy Who. I don't remember which white I used for stamping so just use whatever your favorite white, anyways, I used BM-319 plate for the puzzle pieces. The light bulb logo was hand painted.