Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Kawaii Bunnies!!! Digital Dozen Does Birthday's...Sort of!

Today's cute Kawaii bunnies look was set up as a Digital Dozen Does Birthday's look for the month. We didn't have any birthdays to celebrate, but we did pick this cute image to recreate for ships and wiggles! Lol!  I created my bunnies and dotting with acrylic paints on China Dance Baby. The little blob guys are supposed to be skulls, but I'm not sure I achieved that!

Don't forget to check out my girls in the Inlinkz below. This was definitely a fun one!

Cheers all,

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Born Pretty Nail Stamping Plates Review, BPL-032

Today's look was created with plates I was sent for review from Born Pretty Store linked here.
The plate is BPL-032 linked here.

I used China Glaze Baby Doll for my pink and the yellow is Sunny Days from Rommel. This yellow is my favourite yellow because it's perfect as a base on its own, but magic in gradient looks. I love how it transforms.

On to the plate! This plate is a fantastic Holiday one I chose for review a while back. I knew I'd have to hold off for months before using my favourite images, but I had to have this plate! This pretty scalloped design was the only non-festive image and I love how the final look came together. The image was perfectly engraved and gave me no issues with my pick up.

I would definitely recommend this plate, and have 3 more coming up soon!

Cheers all,

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Digital Dozen Does Black, Day 5.

I've been wanting to create a look like this for ages. I stamped the chevrons on my favorite nude before freehanding the flowers and outline in acrylic paints.

I hope you enjoyed this Digital Dozen week, and don't forget to check out day 5 of the other girls below!

Cheers all,

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Digital Dozen Does Black, Day 4.

This look is a cheeky play on words, and inspired by the TV show Black Sails. If you haven't watched it, it's a very naughty good show! Based on the pirate life prior to the story line of Treasure Island, the story focuses on real and literary pirates based in the Bahamas during the prime years of pirate attacks called the 'Republic Of Pirates' that operated during the years of 1706–1718.

I created the distressed nails with grey and black acrylic paint on nude and stamped these adorable crossbones on my center nails.

If you get a chance to watch the show, you should check it out. One warning, the first couple episodes were a little dry with pirate politics. The series does pick up after this, and we really enjoy it. Don't forget to check out the links of my ladies below!

Cheers all,

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Digital Dozen Does Black, Day 3.

This look is actually a recreation of one I did of a deer on black polish last year linked here. I decided to zoom in on the deer's head, but ended up having some difficulty with the antlers. Overall I'm happy with the look, and I created it using acrylic White on Ruby White Tips Addicted  and mattified.

Love winter looks like these, but I hope we are getting closer to spring! Don't forget my girls in the links below.

Cheers all,

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Valentine's Nail Art

I almost forgot to get this post up with it being DD week. I created this fun valentines double stamp using an unnamed wine from Essie for the chevron on an unnamed hot pink from Color Club. My heart images are Sally Hansen Black Out. Once matte, this was so cute and I wore it to dust!

Weather you have a sweetheart or not, Have a great Valentines!

Cheers all,

Digital Dozen Does Black, Day 2.

I've been wanting to do another blobbicure for a while and used Digital Dozen Does Black Day 2 as an excuse. I stamped swirls in silver and mattified the blob fingers, which gave the whole look a distinctly octopus look! A little strange, but I liked it.

Hope you like this weird one! Don't forget to check out the links of my girls below!!

Cheers all,

Monday, February 13, 2017

Digital Dozen Does Black, Day 1.

First look for Digital Dozen Does Black week is this animal print skittles look. I haven't done animal print in ages, so I snuck in a little colour as accent and created this look. I kept my black mmm from Sally Hansen as my main colour, but the neon pink is from Color Club and  the blue is China Glaze Frostbite.

I finished the freehand dots and leopard spots in acrylic paint. I also used a small rhinestone stud on my middle finger for a little more dimension.


I really enjoyed wearing this look and wore it on both hands for almost a week.
Don't forget to check in on the other DD ladies below!

Cheers all,