Sunday, November 24, 2013

Girly and Gilded Mix & Match


A few weeks ago, my sister Kelsey stopped by to get her nails done. You may remember her (and her nails!) from the last time we did a nail photoshoot featuring leopard print and a faux fur lined jacket. We were talking about manicure ideas and decided to do a girly mix and match featuring pinks, golds, and black. I did some sketching while we hammered out the details, and once the manicure was done, we did a mini photo shoot!


Polishes used:
Seche Dives In Head First
Seche Pretty Little Heartbreaker
American Apparel Hassid
Zoya Kerry
Cirque Colors Au - related here

Embellishments used:
Bundle Monster plate BM-008 (crown)
From the Heart 1 plate (Be Mine and I Love You) - similar here
Black, gold, and silver rhinestones - similar here
Hex Nail Jewelry Etched Hearts


It's no secret that stamping isn't my strong suit, and let me tell you... it was even harder for me to do on someone else! Thankfully, Kelsey was patient with me.



The 3D embellishments turned out just right -- not too much, not too little. My favorite nail might be the black rhinestone "K" on the gold base, though I do love a good polka dot, too.


I enjoy doing these combination manicure/photoshoots, though they do take a lot to get from start to finish! Thank you to my dahling sister for doing the modeling!
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11 comments

  1. I love this kind of manis, when the nails are all different!

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  2. I love it. So girly but so pretty!

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  3. Lovely nail art, it totally suits her ! :)

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  4. love this-so girly!

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  5. So cool! I love pink and gold together <3

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  6. Your sister is so cute. :) This mani is so sweet and I love how well each nail coordinates with each other.

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  7. Nails of the UnexpectedNovember 26, 2013 at 7:16 AM

    Haha, these are amazing, there is something about girly nails that makes everything so much fun! Great post :)

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  8. beautiful!!

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  9. Gorgeous, both nails and your sister!

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