Thank you all for following my blog! It’s been a long time and for that I’m sorry. Between my job, my house, and Wicked Polish, I’ve let things slip.
I wanted to come back tonight to show you this fun stamp I did using Born Pretty Store’s stamp W-03, Pueen 15, a wedge makeup sponge (also from Born Pretty Store), Zoya Ali and China Glaze Sunday Funday.
How fun is that, right? Looks like 3D!! Mr. WickedNails was like, WHAAA????
The secret to stamping is in the stamper. Mine I bought from MoYou London and I adore it. They have 3 and I own them all. The double ended one is my fave!
Oh, man. I had a blast with the glowy babies I received from Polish Me To Go!
So pretty. Some glow in the dark too!
I painted my nails white first and let them dry. Then I used a wedge latex makeup sponge to sponge two colors onto each nail in a rainbow!
Her polish is just so gorgeously glowy!
Then I played with the glitter I use to create Wicked Polish (www.wickedpolish.com)
My glitter, and therefore my polish, glows under blacklight!
I clearly had a lot of fun playing around…
This is Pox, Expired Pixie Dust, and Gangrene. They are currently sold out on my site as well as on Harlow and Co. (www.harlowandco.org), but they will be restocked soon! Go to facebook.com/wickedpolish and hit “like” so you can get updates about restock!
Tonight I have another Lynn mani using The Stars in Her Eyes… This time, I added a gradient underneath using Color Club Hydrangea Kiss and Essie Butler Please. I love the blue underneath this polish, it reminds me of the night sky. In fact, I was planning to keep swatching after this, but couldn’t bear to take this off!
Love. This is two coats of TSiHE, although one would have been sufficiently sparkly (if there is such a thing!)
I painted my whole nail with Hydrangea Kiss and then sponged on Butler Please with…you guessed it…a makeup sponge.
There you have it! I love this so hard. Lynnderella polish can be found on her eBay site; her seller name is Lynnderella-Lynnderella.