Sunday, March 16, 2014

St. Patty's Look 1

*The products in this post were purchased by me. As always, all opinions are my own. For more info you can view my disclosure policy here.*

Anyone else just not feel inspired for nail art when it comes to this holiday? I even ordered a new stamping plate just for it and I still have no good ideas. Last year I did a gradient and a water marble and I was really tempted to do the same this year, but really who wants to see that? So, I decided to use the Irish flag colors and stamp some clovers.

I didn't even use the new plate I bought lol, this is Winstonia plate W105. My base was Essie Mojito Madness, my favorite green ever, and the stamping was done with SC Snow Me White and Pop Beauty Tangerine Taste.

 I don't have much experience with placing multiple individual stamps, I prefer full images. I also wish that I had an orange that was more opaque. Overall, I don't think it turned out that bad. But what do you ladies think? I'm off to figure out something to wear for tomorrow. Can't have any pinchies hehe...maybe I'll recreate a look I tried before that didn't come out as I had hoped. As always, thanks for stopping by, and I hope you enjoyed :)

5 comments:

  1. You did great on placing them individually though. I also prefer full images but its also fun to experiment every once in a while. I like this a lot.

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  2. Lou is Perfectly PolishedMarch 16, 2014 at 5:38 PM

    Wow this green!! Absolutely gorgeous and I love the colours you used for stamping. Just perfect for the occasion :)) x

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  3. I think it turned out lovely! BTW... I LOVE your new layout... the peacock feathers look awesome!

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  4. Thank you Lou :) I'm usually not a fan of Essie, but they did wonderful with this color.

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  5. Thank you Sarah :) I was ready for a change and I've been loving feathers lately.

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