Nail Diary #408

October 13, 2016

Eck spiders!!!!  I am super scared of spiders, so this is a perfect Halloween mani for me.

My two identical nails are my index and middle.  For these I used glitter base Square Hue Night Fever.  In black I stamped on spiders from MM11 Messy Mansion plate.  Then I used Wet n Wild Floral Support a jelly red over the top of the stamp.  These are the same polishes I used on my thumb but I used a Bundle Monster black widow stamp instead from bundle Monster BM-XL208.

My ring and pinky fingers have a Square hue black base called Iron Horse.  On my ring I added Night Fever glitter and stamped on a white spider web from Pueen Halloween Party 01 plate and a black spider from bundle monster plate BM-013.

On my pinky I added another spider web and spider from BM-H07.

The glitter glitz with the spiders is a fun twist on a scary Halloween mani.

Spider manicure
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Nail Diary #363

October 12, 2015

Hello polish lovers!  I hope you are having a fun October.  My next mani should really get you in the spirit for some bloody horror.  These are my fear nails; I am scared of blood, ticks, spiders, and death oh my.

I started with Square Hue Desert Storm as my base color. Desert Storm is a high gloss beige nude cream color.  It goes on amazing.  It is perfect if you love beige nude nails.  I cannot wait to try this one again for a non horror look.

Square Hue; Desert Storm

The Decades Collection 1990’s

Then using an Orly blood red called Grave Mistake I stamped on blood splatters using bundle Monster plate BM 416.

a bloody mess BM416

Then using Konad special black stamping polish I stamped various fearful images onto each nail over the blood splatter using Bundle monster plate BM 421 and Messy Mansion plate MM11.


I have some creature words on my middle, ticks on my index, caution tape on thumb and coffins on my ring finger.  On my pinky I decided to add another blood splatter using a darker red called Naughty and Nice by China Glaze.  This gives it a crusty dried blood look. To finish this fearful bloody look I used a matte top coat.

 I think these look bloody perfect for October!  

Really gets me in the Halloween spirit.  
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Nail Diary #326

February 27, 2015

TGIF!  I have today off from work, YAY!  It’s actually a holiday at my company called “Cabin Fever Friday”.  WoW I really do have cabin fever, it is currently -4 here in Iowa ummmm burr.  Needless to say I am stuck here in my house watching movies all day and playing with nail polish; it could be worse so I will stop complaining.

Fun fact about me, we have a koi pond in our backyard.  I love koi fish they are so beautiful.  So when I saw Messy Mansion nail stamping plate MM29 I knew I had to have it.  It took me quite awhile to obtain it.  It was sold out for the longest time.  But alas I finally got my claws on it.

I had no idea when I was going to play with my koi stamps but I knew the perfect combo would come to me.  Sunday night I painted my nails using Zoya Rayne from the Spring 2015 Delight collection.  Rayne is a gorgeous shade of blue with a teal shimmer finish, oh my how I love Rayne.  Rayne is perfect on its own but as I wore it all day Monday I knew Rayne needed that koi stamp.  So I rushed right home from work and stamped on the koi image from MM29 using my Konad special black polish.  My nails are pretty small so I had to improvise, adding parts of the fish to different nails.  Then using Julep Myriam I filled in the scales of the koi.  I love how the orange red jelly polish pops over Rayne.  

What do you think?  This manicure has me dreaming of having a glass of vino on my deck overlooking my koi pond.  Please winter GO AWAY!!

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Zoya Rayne; Julep Myrian; Messy Mansion; MM29


Zoya Rayne; Julep Myrian; Messy Mansion; MM29