This was my first try at a cling film manicure. I used the tutorial by Leanne at Do Not Refreeze which was really easy to follow and it was so quick to do. I like the effect but think next time I will use more contrasting colours to make the marbling look more obvious.
I loved how colourful and sparkly these nails were. I wore them a few weeks ago when the weather was horrible, grey and cold and these made it feel much more summery! The glitter coat is Nubar Hologram Glitter which always looks amazing over any colour.
I hadn’t used my flocking powder since doing my “Red Velvet” nails at Christmas so thought it was about time to try it again. I loved the colour of the lilac fluff but I don’t think the polish I used underneath managed to stick quite a much fluff as the red Nails Inc polish I used with the red powder. This meant that the fluff wore off much faster and after just a day I had some quite obvious bald patches on my nails (as opposed to the almost week that the red lasted). Will definitely need to work on applying the flocking powder properly so that it stays put for longer! I also noticed that because the lilac powder was paler, it looked grubby faster because bits of fluff from my gloves kept getting stuck!
For all of the stamping designs I have tried so far I have used the special black Konad polish. I really wanted to try out a different colour and thought my gold polish from Ciaté would be pigmented enough to stand out. I was wrong! The design looks really faded so I was quite disappointed by my nails this week!
I couldn’t decide how do my nails the week I did these so I went with a bit of a mixture. Pink and white, butterflies and flowers, some Andrea Fulerton pearls and some glitter to give my nails some sparkle!