Sunday, September 26, 2010

ZOYA Wonderful review

Hello my Sweet Nail-Art Lovers.
Today i am posting my review of new "Wonderful" collection by Zoya, that i recently received in my mail. I will Also soon post the rest of Zoya's Seasonal called "Wicken" .
Even that i was so excited to get it and try these colors out, every time i look at these polishes i have a deja vue feeling. I mean don't get me wrong, colors are gorgeous, and quality is as always outstanding, however some of the polishes really reminded me other colors by zoya.
I also want to mention that i was surprised with how colors came out on the nails, some look way much nicer that my first "bottle" impression. My only wish for Zoya, is to stop cloning redish colors and add a litle spalsh on something unexpected. May be more in blue tones...
Anyway, here are pictures, so you can judge yourself.


Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Pastel Beauty

Hello my Sweet Nail-Art Lovers
I was so excited about this manicure that decided that i cant wait till weekend to share this one wiht you. I love it!!! I think this is one of the best i ever made.
Unfotunateley pics could have came out better, but still, the mani is gorgeouse!
For the base sponginh i used essie resor collection polishes , than added some two-tone stamping and little blig.
I hope you will enjoy this one too, i mean come on, isn't it super cute?

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Night Watch Manicure

Hello My Sweet Nail Art Readers.
I am posting today a darken manicure in support of my new blog design, i hope you like it.
I am not really getting a Halloween spirit this year yet, i guess because i am too busy all the time.
So i guess this is first Halloween manicure so far this year.
Please let me know what do you think about new blog design, i got a background at the cutest blog on the block, and header as always i made myself.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Juicy Nails from Sparkly Nails

Helo My Sweet Nail-Art Lovers .
Todays fruity manicure is sponsored by Ali from "SPARKLY NAILS" Nail Art Supply Store lovated in UK. She was so kind to send me some fimo fruit slices so i can finally try it off.
Please visit her store, she carries a tons and tons of very useful nail-art goddies, and store design and navigation are really convinient.
So in this manicure i used fio slices and some bubly stamping, to create a wipe creame effect.
Well i dont know how creamy these nails look to you, but they are deffinately super juicy and i just want to eat it. I love fimo slices and effect it can deliver for nail art.