I wanted to do something for st. patrick’s day but since we don’t celebrate it here in the Netherlands, I went with a little twist and made it on top of a pink base!Continue reading 💅Pink St. Patrick’s Day Nails (& Some Green Ofcourse!)💚
I got the most awesome email a couple of weeks ago! Madam Glam contacted me to try out some of their gelpolishes and they sent it over to me :D Woahh I AM SO EXCITED! I actually got to pick 4 shades myself and they added a base and topcoat to go with it. In this video I’m swatching and reviewing the gelpolishes I got, and I will be making some cool valentine’s day designs with them this weekend.Continue reading 💅Madam Glam Gelpolish Review & Swatches (My First Time Trying Them!)💖
This year I wanted to do something special during the holiday season so I came up with Winter Nailart Week. In this week I will be uploading 7 days in a row, sharing wintery and xmas proof nailart designs with regular nailpolish and gelpolish.
This 7th and final winter design is a pink candy cane and cute snowman design made with reguar polishes on natural nails.Continue reading ❄️ Winter Nailart Week #7 – Pink Candy Cane & Snowmen (Regular Nailpolish)❄️
It has been such a hectic week, there aren’t even words that can describe how I feel at the moment. But since I made this look last Friday I did wanted to share it with you guys. Even if it is only a distraction from everything that has been going on.
Eventhough this last full week has been a rollercoaster, I made this complete look from base to mascara in just 5 to 10 minutes. And it is my first time actually trying out a graphic liner design like this.
I love cute nails! I really love them when there are way too much glitters, pearls and rhinestones attached…
I simply painted my nails in a cute pink OPI colour (from the hello kitty collection) and glued on a lot of stones with nail glue. I do have to say that you have to be careful when applying these with nail glue on natural nails and especially around the skin and cuticle! And don’t add a regular topcoat on top of the stones, they get really dulled by it and all the pretty sparkly shine will be ruined. Tip of the day ;)