Yes, I’m wearing Jamberry Nail wraps! Aren’t they fun? This design is Quilted. And they look great on my ballerina nails!
Have you tried Jamberry Nails? They are an easy way to get some great nail art on your nails. They are billed as being able to stay on for two weeks. I’ve never gotten that long out of them, but after 7 days I’m usually ready for a change anyway.
If you’d like to try some and don’t know someone who is a Jamberry Representative, check out Jams with Anne.
What do you think of these? Have you tried them?
I just found this one in the vault. This polish is just lovely! In real life, the holo shows up much better on the nail.
How about some holo goodness this morning?
This is LynBDesigns Am I Ginger?
It’s a gorgeous rusty orange and look at that holo!
I received the Zoya Delight collection in the mail and had to try it out right away. The colors are so happy and so candy-sweet!
Here is a mani with Eden, described as a classic spring flower pink cream with an accent watermarble. For the watermarble I used Eden, Tiana (pistachio gelato green cream) and Rayne (dewy, spring blue metallic). The reason I didn’t use Lillian, the faded aquamarine cream, is because the bottle I received had a broken neck and it made the polish super goopy. I’ve decanted it into an empty polish bottle and worked some polish renewal drops into it.
The holo sparkle top coat I put on my middle finger is an unnamed spectraflair top coat I bought ages ago.
How about another close up?
And this watermarble was the easiest clean up ever. I used some hair bonding glue
(which is basically liquid latex, similar to Liquid Palisade ) and painted it around my nail and finger. After I dipped in the marbled polish, I just pulled the latex off! Easy peasy!
Are you ready for spring colors? Or are you still enjoying the deep winter colors?
Here is Zoya Ana. She’s a beautiful off-white.
And I know you can all see the sheet marks on this mani.
I’m calling it Satin Sheet Finish.
Sorry, I’m not sorry.
I put this polish on around 7:30 last night and went to bed around 9:30. Obviously plenty of time when I put on a quick dry top coat. But these don’t have a top coat.
And the day before I put Ana on around 10:30 in the morning and took a nap around 2. I got sheet marks on that mani. That’s an exceptionally long time for a polish to still be dentable (is that even a word?).
I didn’t have this problem with Brittany. I need to email Zoya to see if anyone else has noticed this issue.
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Tagged Ana, Satin, Zoya
(I got so excited about the Zoya Satins, I posted that swatch yesterday before posting this one!)
This was my mani on January 1, 2015. I kept thinking I would do some nail art, but I just loved the satin finish!
Then I decided to try a new-to-me nail shape: ballerina (or coffin…I like the sound of ballerina better). The shape is filed on the sides and square on top – like a ballerina’s pointe shoe.
I made the square top a little skinnier and showed off my flute in the process.
Now back to little round nubs.
The Zoya Satins are making their appearance! Have you seen any swatches you love? I just got these and I love the formula…and the colors.
The polish goes on easily without balding or streaking. And these are great colors to transition from winter to spring. They’ll go with everything in your closet!
Here is two coats of Brittany/Satin with Zoya Anchor basecoat. She is described as a rose mauve cream. These satin finishes are not to be worn with top coat. (You can, of course, wear topcoat, but you’ll lose the amazing satin finish.)
I didn’t wear a ridge-filler base with this one, but I will with the next one and I’m sure those ridges at the base of my nails will disappear.
Do you like this satin finish? It’s between matte and glossy. Very sophisticated I think.
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Tagged mauve, rose, Satin, Zoya
ZOYA NATUREL SATINS
The next generation of Zoya Naturel is almost here! Introducing, Zoya Naturel Satins, a collection of six new, neutral nail polish colors in an ultra-wearable, low-sheen, chic satin finish. A hybrid between matte and glossy polishes, the new Zoya Satin* formula provides opaque coverage and is longer lasting than traditional matte shades. The flawlessly smooth finish hides imperfections and creates a luxurious, satin finish nail look.
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· ZP780/Brittany: Rose mauve cream, exclusive Zoya Satin* finish.
· ZP783/Ana: Light toasted almond, exclusive Zoya Satin* finish.
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Tagged Satin, Zoya
I haven’t done a watermarble in a while so I decided Christmas one would be fun! I tried out several combos of polishes before I settled on these and they marbled really well.
They remind me of ribbon candy. My sis said they reminded her of those dipped wax candles they used to make at the mall. You know the ones? Several dips in different colors then they would cut and design these awesome candles. I remember one year that was what I really wanted for Christmas and that’s what my sister got me! She’s so awesome!
White base is Julep Brigitte
Red is Julep Myrtle
Green is Julep Celia
This close up really shows the flaws, but they really do look great!
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