Friday, October 31, 2014

2x1 Halloween nail art

Hello dear readers!

Here are my last Halloween manicures of this year.

It was hard to decide on just one nail art, so I did one on each hand.
More pics and details below...

 First, on my left hand, I stamped a ghost and skulls designs from my HD-H plate.
I used mundo the uñas white for stamping.

On my thumb, I stamped a spiderweb from that same plate.

On my right hand, it was a classic orange/black color combo. I stamped a pattern from my HD-G plate. It has little cats, bats and crosses.
Here you can see on more detail.

This nail art wasn't as elaborated or planned as I usually like, but I still liked the end result.

So, if you celebrate Halloween, I wish you have a fun and safe night!

♥♥Thank you so much for reading♥♥

Ghosts Pumpkins and Bats for Halloween

Hello dear readers!

One more Halloween manicure...

More details and pics below.

For this nail art, I started by applying Barielle - Berry Posh. This nail polish is part of the Me Couture collection.

I painted the tip of my thumb and middle finger with Bonita - Cocktails and Carving.Then, I stamped Ghosts, bats, pumpkins and vines from HD-C and HD-D plates.

This post was very quick, I'm trying to post a couple more manicures by this Halloween. 

♥♥Thank you for reading♥♥

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Halloween Holographic Spiderwebs

Hello dear readers!

Here's my 2nd Halloween-inspired nail art.

This time, it's all about the spiders...

I started by wearing 2 coats of Barielle Taupe Notch, part of their Me Couture collection

Then, I stamped spiderweb and spider designs from Bunny Nails HD-C plate.
I used Color Club Harp on It for the holographic effect and Nabi metallic black for the spiders.

Cute little spiders crawling on my nails...just for Halloween

I hope this served you for some inspiration to make your own manicure this Halloween that's just around the corner ;)

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Skeleton Nail Art - Tutorial

Hello dear readers!

I've been busy with everything regarding the stamping plates that I released recently. If you follow me through FB or Instagram, you know by now. If not, then you can take a look at the plates here or purchase directly through my store.

Now, let's get into Halloween mood, shall we?...

This nail art is very easy to do and no stamping is needed. All you need is nail polish and a dotting tool. (Pictorial below)

For this nail art, I started by applying Moda Bleu by Barielle, part their Me Couture collection .

Now, here's the fun part...
You start by painting  1 or 2 white lines along your nails. If your nails are long, then 2 lines is more appropriate. Then, proceed to put two dots, side to side on each end of the line. Repeat this on all your nails.

As you can see, this nail art had a shiny finish, but I thought a matte finish would look better.

I applied a matte finish top-coat as the finishing touch. 
Better, right?

Extra pic...

I hope you like this nail art. I think it is very easy to do and would go perfectly if you wear an skeleton-type of Halloween costume...Grim reaper, for example, or to compliment your sugar-skull look on Día de muertos. If you don't have long nails and you would still like to wear nails that way on Halloween, you could paint a set of false nails ;)
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