OPI – My Boyfriend Scales Walls

By MyNailpolishOnline

I don’t think I’ve ever shown you a swatch of My Boyfriend Scales Walls, and if I did, it surely deserves a second blog post about it! This is one of my most used and most loved nail polish in the whole nail polish collection. It’s not really a white having that small amount of gray in it, but it’s white enough for me to call it a white. I’ve been using it as a base for many manicures as well as for white additions to other backgrounds and nail arts (here are some examples). I’ve already used a bottle and now I’m half way through the second bottle. My Boyfriend Scales Walls covers in two coats.

This is a scheduled post so I won’t be able to read the comments and answer to the questions right now but I’ll be doing that as soon as I get back from my vacation :)

OPI - My Boyfriend Scales Walls

OPI – My Boyfriend Scales Walls


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Nail Art – Roses

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I’m always loving florals and actually, I love any kind of flowers. I wanted to do newspaper nails just before vacation started and started with Essie – Go Ginza as a base. After applying the newspaper print I started painting roses with Kardashian – Cherry Blossom Honey (lovely polish for painting roses with) and OPI – In the Cable Car-pool Lane. Then I painted the leafs of the roses with Michelle – M39 and finished with a topcoat. I’ve only worn this manicure for half a day but I so loved it! I like the faded newspaper print that is subtle and don’t take over the manicure letting the flowers steal the show ;)

This is a scheduled post so I won’t be able to read the comments and answer to the questions right now but I’ll be doing that as soon as I get back from my vacation :)

Nail Art - Roses

Nail Art – Roses

 


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OPI – Get Cherried Away

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Get Cherried Away is definitely a cherry red in person. The dark red boarding to purple is the color of ripe cherries and gosh do I love cherries :D And this polish! This is one of the polishes that came as part of the OPI’s collaboration collection with Coca Cola and I’ve got it as a mini. The polish is highly pigmented and it can cover in one or two coats depending on the application. I’ve applied two coats in the picture below. So, have you picked anything from this collection yet? If not, are you planing to?

This is a scheduled post so I won’t be able to read the comments and answer to the questions right now but I’ll be doing that as soon as I get back from my vacation :)

The polish comes from Eleven.se.

OPI - Get Cherried Away

OPI – Get Cherried Away


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Ciaté – Candy Floss

By MyNailpolishOnline

Yes, I’m starting to be a big fan of pink polishes, and that’s a really big change since I’ve started to wear nail polish in 2010. Back then I was chasing blues of different shades and finishes. Not that I’m chasing pinks right now but I’m definitely buying and wearing more pinks now than I did back then :D Candy Floss is such a polish that I’ve started to enjoy wearing recently. This is a medium pink, sweet and feminine and a great base for different nail arts! The polish came together with the Ciaté Flower Manicure set that I’ve blogged about here. It was a great base for my flower manicure and it’s a great polish to wear on it’s own. I’m wearing two coats in the picture below.

This is a scheduled post so I won’t be able to read the comments and answer to the questions right now but I’ll be doing that as soon as I get back from my vacation :)

The polish comes from Eleven.se.

Ciaté - Candy Floss

Ciaté – Candy Floss


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Nail Art – Dry Brush Technique

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The dry brush technique is one nail art technique that I really love! Using polishes that contrast against each other the manicures can be eye catchy and oh so cool! For the manicure below I’ve used Kicks – Lemon Grass as a base then I added some brush strokes with Ciaté – Pepperminty, Ciaté – Hopscotch, Ciaté – Knickerbocker Glory then finally Nordic Cap NP12. I think the black is kind of finishing the manicure and adding more contrast to the already contrasting colors. For the technique to work you’ll have to try to wipe off as much polish as you can from the nail polish brush to get those distressed lines.

This is a scheduled post so I won’t be able to read the comments and answer to the questions right now but I’ll be doing that as soon as I get back from my vacation :)

Nail Art - Dry Brush Technique

Nail Art – Dry Brush Technique


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