June 28, 2017

Seashell Gradient Stamped Nail Art


sharpie marble nail art

Hello readers,
I met Therese and Teresa from Beautometry (and representing Hit The Bottle) at Indie Expo Canada and they were kind enough to give me the limited edition stamping polish and Clear Jelly Stamper to test out. I also couldn't resist buying some more stamping polishes and a Creative Shop plate that had been on my wish list for a long time. Let's take a look at how it all came together.

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I started with a base of Zoya Lois, a violet creme. Then I used Hit The Bottle's stamping polish in On The Loose With Chartreuse and Peacock along with Creative Shop plate 02 to add the seashell gradient. A coat of Girly Bits What A Rush top coat sealed everything up. Photos were taken in daylight spectrum lighting.

Watercolor flower nail art

Sharpie marble

Watercolor nail art

Overall I've been really happy with the Hit The Bottle stamping polishes I've tried. They're nicely pigmented but not too thick. One note is that they do dry somewhat quickly so you can't wait too long after picking up an image before stamping it on your nail. You can find Hit The Bottle on


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Happy polishing,

Michelle

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