Watercolor nails for N.A.I.L.

pastel-watercolor-nails-1Hello lovelies, today I’m showing you watercolor nails for last week’s #naillinkup.

Don’t worry, there will be other things besides N.A.I.L. too this week.

As for these, I wore them glossy for few days and then added matte top coat. I took them off today, since it just started to grow out too much.

Few of the polishes used in this one are jellies and I did love how bright and cheerful it looked in sunlight.

The stamp I’ve used is from a w-17 plate from Born Pretty Store, the black studs are from there too.

pastel-watercolor-nailNow lets see which polishes I used for this:

  • white base (jelly) – Maybelline Colorama French White
  • coral (jelly) – Misslyn Harmony
  • yellow – Misslyn Yellow Button
  • mint – Misslyn Neverland
  • black – Maybelline Colorshow Blackout

pastel-watercolor-nailsI do love the cute images on the plate and I’m planning to do a full review on it, to see how they stamp and ofc to show you some cute designs. As for matte, I actually wanted to use my OPI matte top coat but just couldn’t open the bottle, so I went with less matte result and used Barry M matte top coat.

pastel-watercolor-nails-matteWhich version would you prefer – glossy or matte? Let me know in the comments and don’t forget to check out lovely watercolour nails from here.

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About Kairi

Art loving girl from Estonia.
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