Happy Monday! Did you have a good weekend? Mine was really good but exhausting. We did The Color Run and I might be a little broken today. I did however have tons of fun. I will tell you all about it soon. 😉
I do however want to you show you another gorgeous polish from Glamore Cosmetics. This is from the I love Hean Sugar collection and is available from Glamore Cosmetics. If you’ve seen my other swatches from this collection you might remember that some of them were textured and some of them were not. Let me show you #854
This is 3 coats with no topcoat. This is a bright blue base with some silver glitter and it does dry to a texture. I used 3 coats because at 2 I still had quite some VNL but once it dried it did look better. I have a suspicion that if I had waited for the 2 coats to dry completely it might have been just fine. Formula is great on this one as well. I really love this blue and I love the texture.
If you haven’t tried any of these Sugar polishes yet from Hean you definitely should. You can find them here:
I also did some nail art.
I started with the base of 3 coats of Hean #854 and left it to dry completely. Once it was dry I stamped on my ring and middle finger using Winstonia plate W207 and Mundo de Unas #70 Barbie to stamp. I’ve always wanted to do bright pink on top of blue and this just worked out perfectly! I then also topcoated the stamping so that you could see how the Hean #854 would look with topcoat. It’s beautiful by the way. On my pinky and index I took a small round neon stud and placed it near my cuticle. I did not topcoat these nails to keep the texture. And that was that.
What do you think? Do you think the blue and the pink works? I really love the combination and I am so glad I could do it finally. I also LOVE the image I stamped with. It made a few little bumps in the stamping to stamp over the texture but I still think it looked nice.
Just a note. There won’t be a Tuesday Stamping post tomorrow. I will be back with Tuesday Stamping #75 next week. Yes #75!! How did that happen?
Thanks for reading,