Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Halloween Fun!!!

Hey everyone!!! Today's post is another Halloween manicure, but this time I used my stamping plates! One of the designs came out really clear while the other two didn't but practice makes perfect right? Here we go! 









I had so many fun images on my stamping plates but I narrowed it down to these three. For the pumpkins and the little devil, I used BM plate 305, and for the skulls, I used Mash plate 29. The BM plates are hard to use in my opinion, the image never comes out completely so I try to stick to my Mash and Cheeky plates. 

The green on my index finger is the same green I used in my Frankenstein design, its China Glaze Starboard. I used OPI Nein! Nein! Nein! OK Fine! on my pinky topped off with OPI Metallic 4 Life glitter. The white and black are both Milani High Speed Fast Dry.

Hope everyone likes this, let me know what you think!

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Mummy's and a little extra

Hey everyone, I have a few fun Halloween designs to show you!!! 

This one was a simple design I did using a dotting tool. I used Wet N Wild Wild Shine in Sunny Side Up and just a creamy black. 

I really like this manicure and it was super easy! I used a creamy purple from Revlon that has no name. I've had this polish for so long Im not sure if it's even available anymore. For the spiders I used Sally Hansen's Pedal to the Metal and Mash plate 38.



This manicure is my favorite so far! Mummies!!!! I painted my nails two coats of China Glaze Kalahari Kiss. Then I used a striping brush to make the "wraps" around the nail using Essie's Yogaga, OPI's Wooden Shoe like to Know? and a creamy white. I used two different sized dotting tools to make the eyes. 

These Halloween nails have been so much fun and I'm looking forward to doing more!! 

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Monsters!!!

Hey everyone!!! So this is my first attempt at some fun Halloween nails. I went with my Mom to a scrapbooking store and saw the coolest halloween cards and was totally inspired to try free handing Frankenstein nails. They didn't come out as good as I had wanted but I tried!! Here they are....




I polished my entire nail two coats of China Glaze Starboard and then used a white and red polish for the eyes and teeth. For the mouth and hair, I used Sally Hansen's Nail Art Pen in Black. I needed to have made the teeth much smaller but oh well. I thought this was a cute idea for this Halloween! 

Let me know what you think!