I like to call this my “cookies and cream” manicure. The white nail polish is OPI “Alpine Snow” and the scattered black and white glitter is by the now discontinued Formula X by Sephora and it is called “Chaotic”.
I did a mix of different nail polishes with some glitter top coat to create this magical unicorn nail design. I loved the final results. What you guys think of these?
Products I used
Simply peel nail latex barrier
To be continued… @chinaglazeofficial
Glam gadget brushes
HK Girl Top Coat✨✨✨
@beccaboo8810 It’s funny that you mention that, cause I had to file them down to this length some they had gotten too long for me to function haha! I guess I’m just used to them?
@thevikingwoman and @decadentvoidprincess I used Color Club holos: Date With Destiny, Miss Bliss, and Kismet. The white polish is OPI Alpine Snow. I used Seche Vite topcoat because I haven’t switched to HK Girl yet. ^_~
Happy Easter!! 🐇🐣 I did some hatching chick nails and a simple dotticure. The yellow is OPI “My Twin is Mimmy”, the white is OPI “Alpine Snow”, The orange beak is Zoya “Jancyn”, and the black is Zoya “Willa”.
Today I have a swirly matte glitter design to show off, I’ve been mainly stamping in white lately, OPI Alpine Snow is just such an awesome polish for stamping!
I think I’ve used almost every image off the St. Merry plate, for a thirteen dollar plate I’ve gotten a ton of different designs out of it! I’ll have to look into Gogo Only’s other plates, because the designs are gorgeous, and the images are big enough for my long nails!
I didn’t start out intending to stamp Surimi nails, but while I finished these off with matte topcoat, I realized they look exactly like the classic ramen topping. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, scroll to the bottom of the post to see a pic of some real Surimi on top of an awesome bowl of ramen I got in Portland a while back.
These started with a base of OPI Alpine Snow, and the stamping was done with Salon Perfect Oh Snap! & BPL-027, and finally I matted this with Pure Ice Frost Finish.