Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Wet winter nail art

The waterdrops are why I called it 'Wet winter'! Yeah you try and name all of your nail art, see how well it goes after almost 5 years XD Aaaanyways...

The base for this accent nail is No Taming My Twinkle by Artistic Nail Design, and I've reviewed it here. It makes the perfect sparkly background for a winter scene like this, like a starry sky! I painted the scenery with acrylic paint and the Berry Wine brush set from Winstonia. It's called the bloggers' favorite and now I know why, it's amazing! They have been kind enough to give me a discount code to share with you all, you can use PIGGIE at checkout for 10% :D This is not an affiliate code and I get nothing in return when you use it. It's just a discount ;-)
The silver is from this cool kit I've gotten the honor of trying. It's the Chrome Mirror Powder kit from EZ Dip Nails and it came with... hold your breath... a regular air drying top coat that is suitable for use with chrome pigment powders! (OK you can breathe now!) I'm really happy with this stuff because it makes all those gorgeous chrome nails possible without a UV lamp! It works as easy as applying the 'Top Pure' top coat, letting it dry, rubbing some powder on it until it's smooth and shiny, and then applying another coat of the Top Pure!

To clarify all of this, I'll record a tutorial and upload it to my Instagram and Facebook tomorrow so you can see how it works ;-)

I received Artistic Nail Design No Taming My Twinkle, the Winstonia Berry Wine brush set & the EZ Dip Nails Chrome Mirror Powder kit as a press sample. Opinions expressed are 100% my own and not influenced in any way other than the quality of the product itself.  

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