Friday, 2 June 2017

Nail Art with Xroma Nail Vinyls - Part 4

 It is the final part of my nail art series using the wonderful nail vinyls by Xroma! As I mentioned in my last post I had some technical difficulties towards the end, but I am back on track now (loving my new camera by the way). All the nail art vinyls that I have used are available from Xroma Nail Vinyls.

Scattered Diamonds - Well, this design is what it sounds like!

I used "Tail Feather" and "Winter" both by Picture Polish. I chose those polishes because I often find myself reaching for the same shades, pinks, purples, reds, so I am trying to choose some different colours that I wouldn't normally go for.

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Lighting: In light box


Still trying to steer away from my typical pinks and purples, for this mani I used "Instinct" by Picture Polish along with a prototype Miss Priss polish. 

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Lighting: In light box


Honeycomb - Just like the bees make it!

Ok, back to my more girly shades with some purple polishes. For this I used a dark purple jelly polish which was actually a prototype Miss Priss polish that I was playing with, along with "Violet Flower" by Miss Priss.

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Lighting: In light box


Next up I used some pink shades back in my life. For this mani I used "Blossom" by Sienna Byron Bay and "Artemis" by Shades of Phoenix.

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Fishnet - Like fish scales or fishnet stockings?

For the base I used "Set The Sails" by Miss Priss as well as a light blue prototype also by Miss Priss.

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Here is another mani that fell victim to my tech failures. I only have this one picture of this fishnet vinyl used with "My Vampire Is Buff" by O.P.I. and "Raven" by Jamberry.

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Last, I did something more soft and subtle using "Grace" and "Eerie" by Picture Polish. I actually did a really subtle gradient on my middle and ring finger where I used the nail vinyl.

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Turtle Shell - A fun geometric pattern.

I love how this one turned out. I used some of my favourite polishes by Powder Perfect for this one... For the base I used "Cerulean" and then my favourite Powder Perfect glitter polish "She's Gone Orna-mental" over the top.

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For the next mani using the Turtle Shell nail vinyls I used "Denim" by Celestial Cosmetics and a sample shade from Shades of Phoenix.

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Tear Drops - A lovely design

I used "Raven" by Jamberry for the base and then "Bohemian" by Picture Polish over the top. I love the contrast between the two colours and how you can see the beautiful colour shift in "Bohemian".


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Lighting: In light box


I can't remember what two glittery Glam Polishes I used for this mani, turns out I didn't write them down before I put them away (and I have 4 helmer draws full of Glam Polishes, the chances of me finding out which ones I used is slim to none). But I do know that for the base I used "Sky" by Picture Polish!

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Lighting: In light box


Lotus - A pretty scattered design, kind of geometric, yet soft.

I used "Grace" and "New York" by Picture Polish for this mani. I love how these soft pinks work together.

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Lighting: In light box


I love how the grey and yellow works together. I used two prototype Miss Priss polishes to create a gradient for the base and then did another gradient using "LakoDom" and "Winter" by Picture Polish with the nail vinyl.

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Lighting: In light box



Rings - An interlocking rings design. I found this one a little difficult to use.

First I used the nail vinyls themselves over the top of "Snow Me White" by Sinful Colours and sealed it in with a top coat.

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Lighting: In light box


Next, I created a decal using "Sky" by Picture Polish and "Night Terrors" by Emily de Molly.

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Lighting: In light box

Lighting: In light box



And that's it! I'm done sharing my nail art using the amazing and creative nail vinyls by Xroma. Don't forget they are all available from their Etsy shop!

-Bettina