Today I have some very simple, well for me, nail art. Occasionally, I burn out on my designs. This happens when I've been doing super intricate or complicated mani's in repetition. That's when I take a step back and return to what turned me from a regular lacquer lover into a hardcore polish prisoner. Shoot these days I'm so into polish might as well call me the warden round these parts lol! But today I'm returning to simplicity i.e. KISS and my initial love - stamping.
I started with Color Club's Chelsea Girl. Chelsea Girl IMO is the most dubious jelly polish I've run across to date. The formula is terrible - gooey, streaky, and a bit of a PITA to apply, but once you get it on you've got color pay off for days! Actually if the color wasn't so rich I'd have gotten rid of this polish long ago because of the troublesome application. I'm wearing between 3-4 coats here due to the humpy bumpy finish of this polish. I stamped these nails using China Glaze Millennium and Konad Special Polish in White and Pastel Blue using Cheeky Plate CH26. My accent nail was painted with 2 coats of Color Club's Age of Aquarius, a delicious Tiffany's blue that applied like a dream. I then topped it with All That Glitter's Hole Hearted and Elemental Styles Unuseptium (117).
Speaking again on the formula of Chelsea Girl it split and cracked on one of my nails as I was laying it down. I have to admit this is not an easy polish to work with much to my disappointment given the vibrancy of the color.
|I have to admit the first time I used Hole-Hearted in was a real problem getting the stars out but this time many were coming out on the brush each time making the placement easier. My featured drink here is a Green Tea Frappacino - yum!|
|Up-close I can see all my tiny mistakes how brutal! Lol!|
What do you ladies think? Sometimes it's nice to do something easy and straightforward like this. Of course I still needed a bit of bling to feel "me", but overall I enjoyed this quite a bit.
Song Stuck in My Head: Titanium by David Guetta feat Sia. It's like punch drunk dancing! I love the message of feeling strong no matter how many shots are taken at you. Plus Sia is a woman after my own heart. She's got a voice like a bolt of lightening! Anyway thanks for reading and toodles.