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Idag skriver jag bara på engelska, för att känna hur det känns. Hoppas det är okej med er!
Today I'm only writing in English. I want to try how that feels. Hope that's fine with you!
It's Sunday! How was your weekend?
Today I wanted to share the second, and last, manicure from the Born Pretty Store stud review that I published earlier this week. The design is kinda the same as the Liquid Teal manicure I showed you a while ago, but this one is magenta and a little bit different. Take a look!
This manicure was made with the same concept as Liquid Teal. I used the same techniques and the same base polish, but changed two polishes, the stamping plate and the stud. I decided what designs I wanted and then I just "shuffled" the designs on my hands, so my left hand and right hand wouldn't look the same. Don't be scared to have two hands with nails that "don't match", 'cause they do match, right? I mean color wise and such.
For this manicure I used China Glaze Liquid Leather as my black. China Glaze Don't Make Wine is the magenta-ish winey color, which works great for stamping. The stamping was made with Pueen plate 57 and Born Pretty Store XL Stamper*. The glitter polish is Model City Polish Sheena Is A Punk Rocker (I LOVE Ramones!!) and the stud is the colorful stud* I reviewed the other day.
I really like this kind of manicure, 'cause they're fast and easy to do and they look awesome and classy and cool at the same time.
I topped it all of with a coat (two coats on the glitter) of Glisten & Glow HK Girl Top Coat.
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