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  • Silver Poinsettias

    Hello there...how are you this evening? I'm doing pretty well. I've decorated my house for my first Christmas in it, which I love! Here's my tree! 🎄

    And of course I still make time for nail art! Here's one I'm very happy with! I'm excited about how the detail came out so clear. I'm not entirely sure if this image was meant to be a specific flower but it looks a lot like little poinsettias to me. 

    I enjoy Christmas manis and I tend to try and create some that aren't so obviously festive. A little covert, perhaps... What do you think? Does this pass as a version of a holiday mani?

    Thank you for stopping by! Blessings to you...

    Supplies:

    Seche Clear - Base Coat

    A England - Heathcliff

    A England - Let Me In

    Essie - No Place Like Chrome

    Bundle Monster Plate - 201

  • Cirque Gradient Water Marble

    Hi there, it's nice to have you visit my little corner of the blog world. I hope you're doing well today; we're almost to the weekend! I was inspired by one of THE BEST nail blog artists in the world, Pshiiit, for this mani. I hadn't ever thought about using clear nail polish as part of water marbling but leave it to Camille to come up with the fabulous idea and execute it brilliantly!

    I started with an hombre mani from two Cirque, Kontiki Collection, polishes and then water marbled black and clear over top. I just LOVE this idea! It could be used over any color or color combo. It's also pretty simple compared to most water marbling. Have you ever tried water marble? I had an easier time as a beginner with water marble than with stamping but I think I'm not as drawn to it because it is quite a messy process.

    I hope you have a lovely evening and I hope to see you soon!

    Supplies:

    Cirque - Midsummer Night

    Cirque - Thicker thank Water

    Essie - Liccorice

    O.P.I. - Top Coat

    Seche Vite - Dry Fast top Coat