This week has just flown by. It has been a really busy one but not a bad one. Thank goodness for weekends though right? Do you have any fun plans?
This look is really just a combination of a bunch of gorgeous things that happen to be on my desk at the same time. I scrolled past the Wet n Wild stand and this beautiful polish basically jumped into my hand. Then I got a beautiful surprise from Because I shop with some new vinyls. While these two items were lying on my desk an idea started brewing. Let me show you what I did.
I started with 2 coats of Wet n wild – Burgundy frost on all my nails and topcoated. Once it was completely dry I started to play with the vinyls. I used the Twisty Turvy vinyls and started with the biggest one on my middle nails and the smallest one on my ring finger. I then added Zoya – Godiva and removed the vinyls immediately after. I didn’t topcoat again to keep the texture so that was that.
I really am obsessed with these vinyls. I love that it comes in 3 sizes. I wanted to use the two different sizes to see how it compared. I am always worried that I don’t get enough of the image on my nails but these vinyls are perfect. Even the biggest one fits perfectly yet gives a different look than the smallest one. It reminds me of those beautiful Irish and Celtic knots and would’ve been perfect for my Merida nails too. Can we take a moment to talk about this polish too? It’s just gorgeous. Let me show you a swatch,
Wet n Wild – Burgundy frost
This is 2 coats with no topcoat. This is a beautiful dark red shimmery polish with a gorgeous formula. This is almost a one coater and is a dream to work with. I absolutely love this!
What do you think? Do you think I showed off the vinyls well enough? Are you also drooling ver this polish? Let me know what you think.
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This is pretty! I love that base (which is perfect for fall btw.) and it looks awesome with the textured beige-gold 🙂
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Thank you so much! You’re so right, it’s the perfect autumn shade. Luckily the weather here has been more autumn than spring (I am so thankful) so this worked out well for me.