30 September 2017

Review: MoYou - Peel Off Polish - Sizzling Salsa*

MoYou have released a new range of peel off nail polishes, in nine different colours and finishes. The bottles are rectangle which is different from their stamping polish range. They are water based and non toxic.

Sizzling Salsa is a green shimmer shade.

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Review-Swatch-MoYou-Peel-Off-Polish-Sizzling-SalsaColour: Green
Finish: Shimmer
Opacity: Two Coats
Brush Type: Slightly Flattened
How Much? 11ml

I found this polish easy to work with, this shade worked best using two thin coats, which you can do. Some peel off polishes can be quite thick, this dries relatively quickly which again is good for a peel off.

They don't damage your nails, they can be a little drying but nothing a dab of cuticle oil can't fix.

These polishes can be worn alone or with nail art.

Once you want to remove the polish you use an orange stick to gently peel back the polish and then simply peel off.

MoYou


 

Stamping Plate: Born Pretty Store 122 (Pumpkin Halloween)

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This is a regular sized circle stamping plate, it has eight single nail images and one full nail design.

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All of the images stamped well, I like the eyeball, I have tried freehanding those before and it is not easy.

Here are some nails I have done using this plate:

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And here is a link to all of the nail art I have done using BP-122.



 

29 September 2017

26 Great Nail Art Ideas: Signature Style

My signature style, usually something dark and something holographic.

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Base Polishes: Jade - Magia Negra, Nails Inc - Green Park Mews
Accent Polishes: ELF - Light Red, Yes Love - K036 (Rubberised Green)
Stamping Polish: MoYou - Special Nail Polish - Black
Stamping Plate: Born Pretty Store BP-146

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28 September 2017

Swatch: Barry M - Slip Stream (Speedy)

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Colour: Purple
Finish: Cream
Opacity: Two Coats
Brush Type: Flat, Wide, Rounded Cuticle
How Much? 10ml


 

27 September 2017

Review: Me Now - Long Lasting Liquid Lipstick 20

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This liquid lipstick is a dusty pink shade. This needed two coats to achieve full opacity. It did need setting though, I dabbed some translucent powder over the top to help with that. Without using the powder I found it didn't fully dry and was very tacky and would stick to itself as I put my lips together.

Hand Swatch;


The applicator is a traditional straight doe foot type.

Lip Swatch;

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Overall I am not a fan of the formula, the colour is pretty just the tacky formula isn't what I look for in a matte liquid lipstick.


 

26 September 2017

Review: MoYou - Peel Off Polish - Disco Ball*

MoYou have released a new range of peel off nail polishes, in nine different colours and finishes. The bottles are rectangle which is different from their stamping polish range. They are water based and non toxic.

Disco Party is a metallic silver shade.

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Review-Swatch-MoYou-Peel-Off-Polish-Disco-PartyColour: Silver
Finish: Metallic
Opacity: Three Coats
Brush Type: Slightly Flattened
How Much? 11ml

I found that this shade was a little thicker than others in the peel off range and because it is a metallic in finish any flaws in application are quite visible.

They don't damage your nails, they can be a little drying but nothing a dab of cuticle oil can't fix.

These polishes can be worn alone or with nail art.

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Once you want to remove the polish you use an orange stick to gently peel back the polish and then simply peel off.

MoYou


 
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