Monday, February 23, 2015

Something Pink

I used to have 1-2 posts per week. Now, it's down to 1 post per month! Haha. I'm really sorry for that. As much as I want to paint may nails, I can't because of my busy schedule. First year in medical school was difficult but we had a lot of free time. But, second year is very different. We have more subjects and requirements, and we have less leisure time. However, when I do have some free time, I do paint my nails and blog about it. For today, I have this simple pink-themed nail art for you.


For this nail art, I used: 

Born Pretty Store BP 17
China Glaze Hopeful
China Glaze Petal to the Metal
Born Pretty Store dried flowers
Seche Vite Dry Fast TC


You may visit my Instagram account for a tutorial on how to make this nail art. Below are photos of the plate that I used.  Just like the plate I used for my last nail art, this plate also has a backing which means NO MORE CUTS! :)


 Here are some close-up shots of the my nail art. 



To finish this post, here's another shot of my nail art. 


That's it for this post. Thank you for reading! :)

Saturday, January 31, 2015

China Vase Nail Art

I've been meaning to paint my nails for a while but I just couldn't find time to do it. However, last night, I didn't want to study any of my transcriptions. I just wanted to relax and that includes painting my nails. :)

I recently received some awesome nail plates from Born Pretty Store. One of the them has a design that really reminds of those porcelain China vases. So I thought I'd make something inspired by it.


Now for the details, here are the products I've used:

Orly Royal Navy - base
BP - 05 from Born Pretty Store (discount code: BR10)
Jocarste White Polish
Silver Flower Nail Stickers from Born Pretty Store

Here is the plate that I used. This plate has really good designs. There is no etching problem so the images transfer really well to the stamper. Another thing I noticed it that they now placed backing under their plates. That's really a plus for me. I used to get minor cuts from their plates. I'm happy that they solved that issue. 


 

Here is a close-up shot of the image that I used. It's really well-etched. I have to give this plate two thumbs up!


Now, I'm going to spam you with more photos of my nail art. :) Haha!



Here are some close-up shots: 




By the way, don't forget to follow me on Instagram - @bunnywabbit. That's where I post my nail art tutorials. 

Well, that's it for this picture heavy post. Thank you for reading! :)


*This post contains sponsored products. Please read my disclosure above.

Friday, January 16, 2015

Poinsettia Nail Art

Hi! 

I had really bad internet connection over the holidays so I wasn't able to post anything before the busy season. I know this is a bit late for the season but I hope you'll still like it. 

For this nail art, I used Fab Ur Nails FUN 14. For my base, I used the smoosh attack using China Glaze For Audrey and Barry M Matt White. I then topped it with Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat.





I'm really sorry for this really short post. I'll try to post more nail arts when I'm not so busy with school.

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