25 June 2016

Stamping Plate: Born Pretty Store - BP02 Lace

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Last year Born Pretty Store came out with there own stamping plates, as soon as I saw this lace design one I knew I had to get it.

The plate itself is backed with paper, so no sharp edges. It has three full nail images and eight single images. The full nail images are quite small, you could get away with the large tree and the scene images but if you have longer nails then then snowflake plate would be tricky to work with.

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The images stamped really easily, I really like the lace designs and they are quite versatile as you can use all different colour ways.

I have used the stamping plate a couple of times and you can click here for all the nail art using the plate.

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I also have a 10% off code for the website which you can use if you want to;




 

24 June 2016

40 Great Nail Art Ideas: Coral + White


My prompt today along with coral and white was to do a gradient. I also added some summer glitter because it looked a little boring on its own.


Base Polishes:
Sinful Colors - Snow Me White
Leighton Denny - Just Perfect
Glitter Polish: Nails Inc - St. John's Way


 


23 June 2016

Swatch: Leighton Denny - Heat Wave

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Colour: Pink / Red
Finish: Shimmer
Opacity: Three Coats
Brush Type: Standard
How Much? 12ml


 

22 June 2016

Review: Schwarzkopf Live Intense Colour - Bitter Sweet Choc 089


Having dyed my hair black last time and wanting to try something almost black but not black I picked up this dye to try. This was the second time dyeing my black with this bitter sweet choc shade as I wanted to see how it faded etc.


My hair is around 34" from hairline to ends and I have been trialling a different way of dyeing my hair which seemed to have meant I only used one box rather than the two I usually use.

I did dye my neck, forehead and ears as usual but the dye came off really easily. With the black dye this always stays on my skin for a few days no matter how much scrubbing I did. So this for me is a good thing.

Freshly dyed my hair looks black, but after around three washes this faded out to a warm dark brown colour. I also found that this colour washed out over a period of three months which made my roots growing in look more natural as there wasn't such a harsh line which I get with black dye. My natural colour is a light brown and when that grows out compared to the black it makes me look like I am going bald which isn't a look I wanted to go for.

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Overall as much as I love my black hair this dye is probably a better choice for me. Because it doesn't stain my skin for as long as the black dye and the colour fades out to blend the root growth in a more natural state. I do however still want black hair!


 
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