Feb 23, 2015

Polka dots meets ruffian manicure with a baroque accent nail

Hey ladies and gentlemen! Hope you all had a nice weekend. I spend three days in a row with my family and friends and it was amazing. I didn't had time to do my nails but it's okay as long as I enjoy doing what I do hahahaha.

Here's a sort of mix and match mani but a quiet simple on. I'm really in love with my Fashionists 07 plate by MoYou London and I had to do another design with this amazing stamping plate. And also again it's a combination of black with a metallic sort of polish which I normaly only use for stamping. 

I'm so happy that my nails I finally grow to the lenghs which I love and I hope they won't break again in the near futur. Having long nails is simply something I can't live without.

Items used:

catrice " 39 black to the routes"
b.pretty chrome - "5 inchromnia"
MoYou London Fashionista 07
dotting tool
striping brush

First thing I did was painting all my nails in this beautiful silver shade. Actually I though this polish has a different color because it totally looked different in the bottle. When it was dry I stamped the image on my middle finger and topped it off with top coat. With a medium sized dotting tool I painted the dots on my ring and index finger. The next step was taking a striping brush and painted the crescent around my cuticle area on my thumb and my pinky. That's what is called a ruffian manicure.  As usual I topped every thing with Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat

I'm kind of suffering a bit of a lack of motivation lately so I would be very pleased if you could comment down below if you have any thing you would wish to see on my nails.