I used a combination of UberChic Beauty’s “Holiday Spirit” stamping plate and Lesly’s #31 stamping plate to create this warm Christmas nail art. Continue reading “Christmas Nails 2018”
For this nail art, I used a combination of stamping, striping tape, and gradients to create these hot fire and lava nails. If you would like to recreate this look but don’t have a nail stamper or the stamping plates, you can also use Twinkled T’s fire nail vinyls. Continue reading “Fire and Lava Nails”
Who said that bright colours are only for summer? Why not liven up those gloomy winter days with these cheerful, sunny dahlia nails. Continue reading “Dahlia Gradient Nails”
For the second nail art design using UberChic’s Texture-licious-01 Stamping Plate, I wanted to do something colourful and edgy, similar to a street art style.
Using only UberChic’s Texture-licious-01 stamping plate, which can be purchased here, I created these two simple nail art designs. Continue reading “New Nail Designs Using UberChic’s Texture-licious-01 Stamping Plate – Part 1.”
In this post, I will be explaining how to replicate this simple gold and white/black nail art design. This design is neat, elegant, and very art deco. It is perfect for an evening out, or just to add a bit of glam to your manicure. Continue reading “Simple, Elegant, White & Gold Geometric Nails.”
For this nail art, I decided to replicate Christine’s “Rainbow Rockstar” nails from her channel youtube channel Simply Nailogical – You can find her video here:
This design was inspired by a very pretty Druzy quartz pendant that I got for my birthday (Thank you so much again, Mum – I love you!). The first thing I always do when I see something pretty is think of a way to replicate it on my nails.
These nails are easy to achieve and only takes as long as it does for the polish to dry.
This nail art is based on designs that I am seeing everywhere at the moment – on back to school stationery, diary covers, screen wallpapers, phone cases, beauty product packaging, etc. So, I decided to jump on the bandwagon and put it on my nails.
For Halloween this year, I decided to go with a quick and simple design using Twinkled T’s nail vinyls and stamping plates by Born Pretty. These nails would be perfect if you are already spending hours perfecting your costume or if you just don’t simply have the time to create a more complicated Halloween nail art.