Three vintage nail polishes I wanna show you!
Hello, I am showing you an old swatch of a beautiful vintage nail polish that I got last week. Versace v2077 vintage nail polish is a very sought after vintage gem. I haven’t seen many of them around, but google showed me that there has been one listed on eBay for $140. To be fair, it is unclear if the item actually sold. Unfortunately mine is certainly not worth nearly as a new and unopened boxed Versache would be. Mine is actually slightly used store tester. Nevertheless, a great second hand find. Versace v2077 is a black polish full of original unicorn pee pigment. It is a very old polish, I would guess from end of 99’s or early 00’s. Compared to all my other unicorn pee polishes, this certainly has been the hardest to capture. In addition, the vibrant duo chrome effect visible in the bottle isn’t that obvious on the nail. From normal distance, it’s pretty much just a normal black polish. Furthermore, it bloody chipped the next day! Overall this is a lovely polish, but it wasn’t as stunning as one would expect considering the hype. Excuse the short nail swatches -I swatched this a couple of weeks ago just after cutting my nails down. The second one is Hollywood is a red nail polish with creme finish. On the swatches I am wearing two coats with no top coat. The application of this polish was great, the finish was quite sheer, there was some visible nail line. Overall I think this red is just perfect, I don’t often wear red (especially lipstick!) but decided to pair this gorgeous polish up with a red lipstick I had sitting in my make-up bag. I purchased another red polish over the weekend, a red glitter topper by L.A. COLORS - Color Craze Nail Polish
Black nail polishes
Black nail designs
Aug. 19, 2020
Base coat: Nail Aid Keratin 3 day growth Orange: Sally Hansen Xtreme wear in Sun Kissed Black: Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Black Heart Red: Sally Hansen Sour Patch in The Un Red Glitter Topper: LA Color Craze in Dizzy? Top coat: Sally Hansen Miracle Gel
L.A Colors Color Craze Hottie
25$ Amazon lash kit did the trick! ✨
essie - Lash Lift Kit Upgraded Version Glue Complete Eyelash Perm Kit was surprisingly good! I had a little trouble getting the lashes to stick with the glue the first time but figured out quickly that if I did them in small sections it would work! The results were a lot better than I expected as you can see In my pictures that the right side was significantly more curled than the left!✨ The kit came with lots of tools and different sizes and I recommend the small regardless of your size because it has less of a bump allowing your eyelashes to get curlier. The main reason this product got 3 stars instead of four was because it does leave a really sticky residue on your lashes and lids but overall that was the only setback!
essie-Lash Lift Kit Upgraded Version Glue Complete Eyelash Perm Kit
💅💅💅DIY Matte Nail Polish: Cheapskate Success or Beautiful Disaster?
I love matte nail polish and used to make it in salon. Last week, I decided to try it out at home. I sucessfully made it!! Now I am pretty sure it would be the best manicure trick in the world! Here is the tutorial: A list of what we need to have ready: · Basecoat and nail polish · Cornstarch · Small dish or container · Small, soft makeup brush · Water Steps: #1 Paint the nails on one hand. Be sure to apply a basecoat first. Then, choose any nail polish you want, and paint your nails with it. Start painting your nails from pinky to thumb, it prevents smudging on your other nails. Leave the other hand unpainted for now; this is so that the nail polish does not dry out too quickly. #2 Brush the cornstarch onto your wet nails. Dip the brush into the cornstarch, then gently sweep the brush over the wet nail polish. The cornstarch will stick to the polish. Dip the brush into the cornstarch each time before you brush your nail with it. If you don't do this, the bristles will get caught in the wet polish and become ruin. #3 Let it sit on your nails for a few seconds. #4 Brush or rinse the cornstarch off your nails. Be sure to remove any specks of powder. Your nails should now be matte. #5 Repeat the process for your other hand. Apply a basecoat and some nail polish, then dust your nails with baking powder. Brush the powder off using a clean brush. #6 Let your nails dry. Your nail polish may still look glossy while wet, so it may be a good idea to let it dry completely in order to see the final results. Also, you might want to avoid using a topcoat. Most topcoats are glossy, and will take away the effect. If you can find a matte one, then use that. This seriously worked! It’s super easy and quick. I REALLY loved how mine turned out, they were so amazing, I thought that they would turn out looking like crap but they looked so good!
Tiny teacup rose nail 🌹
My angel illustrator friend came to me with an idea for “red bean jelly” nails and I didn’t quite have a color like that, so I custom mixed it for her! Don’t be afraid of asking me to do any ideas, I love challenges and I love mixing custom colors for my babes ✨ Our favorite part is the tiny teacup rose nail though 🌹 . .
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