Sunday, 13 January 2013

Holo stripes on Beetle Green for Nail Art Sunday

For this Nail Art Sunday I've done a simple, but pretty, stamping :)
The base colour is Isadora's Beetle Green and the striping pattern is made with Color Club's Angel Kiss and Bundle Monster plate BM-207.
One coat of Seche Vite was necessary to make the most of the holo. Enjoy! ;)


I really like the base colour and of course the green holo as well ;) and together they look really pretty! A blingy but yet discreet mani ;)
I'll do a separate post for Isadora's Beetle Green soon so stay tuned! :)

What do you think?
Good enough or too simple for Nail Art Sunday?

24 comments:

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    1. Tack!! :D
      Väldigt enkelt men ändå snyggt.

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  2. Väldigt snyggt! :D Älskar att stämpla!

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    1. Tack!! :D
      Jag gillar också att stämpla - när det går bra ;)
      Vissa dagar är bad-stamp-days och då vill jag bara kasta ut skiten genom fönstret ;)

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  3. This is so cool! It's simple yet very elegant and interesting. Holo + green = perfection! I really like that green too.

    I've been meaning to try stamping plates for a while, but I'm scared I'll buy them and will be bad at using them :/ I need to just try though. It'll happen at some point I hope.

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    1. Thanks!! :D Sometimes less is more ;)

      Do try stamping! It's fun but I needed a lot of practice before I got the hang of it. Be patient is my advise ;)
      And don't buy cheap plates. Buy Konad or Bundle Monster etc. The better the plate, the easier it is to stamp.
      Hope to see some stamping nail art on your blog soon!

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  4. Whoazerrrrrrs!!!! I totally love it, and I even believe that I could do it too, so this definitvely is suitable for easy nail art (I am crap at nailart)!!!!!

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    1. Thanks!! :D I'm so glad you like it! :D
      This is easy stamping and I did it really quickly :)
      I'm sure you're not crap at nail art!! You just need patience and practice :)
      Hope to see some nail art on your blog soon!! <3

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  5. Wow! Det här kan ju jag göra! Det är nailart som jag absolut skulle kunna bära själv! Så snyggt och stilrent.

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    1. Tack!! :D
      Jag tror definitivt du och alla andra kan göra detta! Det var enkelt och snabbt fixat!
      Less is more sometimes! :)
      Det var ju dessutom dina fina bilder på Beetle Green som fick mig att skaffa det lacket :)

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  6. Enkelt men supersnyggt! :D Känner också som du skrev i en kommentar ovan. Vissa dagar är bra stämpeldagar och andra inte. :P

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    1. Tack Gelic'!! :D Trodde väl att det var du som var här och kikade när jag såg en stad i Norrland swisha förbi på jordgloben ;)
      Nä, vissa dagar går ju stämplingen käpprätt åt h-vete hur man än gör... Andra dagar går det hur enkelt som helst! Generellt går det ju sämre och sämre ju mer stressad man är har jag märkt ;) Man måste andas och slappna av och komma i stamp-mood ;) LOL!

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  7. Åh vilken snygg effekt det blev med hololacket ovanpå så!

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  8. How gorgeous shade of green!! It's so sophisticated!
    In my opinion is not eas nail art at all. First stamping might seem easy but it takes time and practice to get such excellent results. Also, stamping with holo polish can be very tricky!! So to me is FANTASTICO!!
    baci, xx

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    1. Grazie mille cara Nati!! :D
      You are so right about stamping! It takes both time and practice to get it right. I guess I had a good-stamping-day yesterday because it went so quickly and effortless :)
      But I've had MANY days when stamping gave me new gray hairs and I've wanted to throw everything out of the window... ;)

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  9. Åh det här var super snyggt! Super fin manikyr!! ^^,

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