Nail Passion

Nail Art is my passion! This blog is all about nails :) I wanted to share my passion with others and be able to connect and follow others who share the same interests! I hope you enjoy my blog :) Feel free to comment, like, share and/or give feedback. (You can also find me on Facebook and Pinterest).

Sunday, March 29, 2015


Hello lovelies! :) Today I have some fun polishes to share with you guys from Ciate London

**These products were sent to me for review. Please see my Disclosure Policy located in the tabs above.**

Pepperminty is a beautiful mint cream polish. The application was very smooth and the polish was self leveling. I applied 3 coats for full coverage.

This is Confetti over top of Pepperminty, and for a glitter the application was very smooth and easy. I applied about 1 1/2 coats for this look.

The Glossip is a vibrant red-orange cream. When I first saw the bottle for this color it looked hot pink, so when I started to apply it to my nail it really threw me off. I wish it would have been a hot pink, although it is still a gorgeous color. The application was smooth and the polish self leveled. I applied 3 coats, although you probably could get away with 2 if you applied the polish right.

Here is The Glossip again with Confetti over the top. This is 1 1/2 coats.

Dangerous Affair is one of my favorites out of all of these polishes. The color is absolutely stunning!  It's more of a light burgundy color. The application was smooth and the polish self leveled. This polish could be opaque in 2 coats, I applied 3.

Shown here is Dangerous Affair with Monte Carlo over the top. This is a very fun glitter with blue, silver, pink and red, multiple size and shaped glitters. The application was a little bit more difficult...that's not to say it was bad it just doesn't have a very even application. Shown is 1-2 coats depending on application.

Talent Scout is my absolute favorite!! I absolutely love the deep purple color. The application was so smooth and even. I applied 2 coats for complete coverage.

I really like Monte Carlo over Talent Scout. It really blends well together. I don't really like Monte Carlo over Dangerous Affair but I thought I'd share it anyway because I'm sure some of you may like it :)

So as far as these polishes go I absolutely love them! The application for all of them was so nice and smooth, and the brushes are very easy to work with. I would definitely recommend this brand to anyone who hasn't yet tried it. You can find these polishes here on the Ciate London website, or at Sephora.

I was also sent this Geltox Starter Kit. I have given it one try so far and I do like it but I need to work with it more to really get a feel for it. So once I've done that I will give you guys a proper review for this kit :)

Monday, March 23, 2015


I recently received some fun water decals from Green Goddess Creations and I think you guys will like them just as much as I do ;)

These first 2 are Alice in Wonderland and Care Bears. I have a few more to share with you, but I haven't gotten around to those ones just yet, so keep on the look out for more.

*These products were sent to me for review. Please see me Disclosure Policy listed in the tabs above.**

I love how the Alice in Wonderland decals are a little bit different. They're not what you normally see for anything Alice in Wonderland related. 

Apart from the decals, the other products I used for this design were Sinful Colors, Snow Me White, Essie, Borrowed & Blue and O.P.I., Black Onyx. The design on my thumb is a stamp, I used Cheeky plate CH3.

The only down fall to these Care Bears is that they were printed at 80% as opposed to 100%. But I knew that before I received them, and it doesn't really bother me that much. They're super cute and they're so easy to apply!

The base colors I used for this design were Sinful Colors, Tempest, Royal Polish, Carnation CreationLittle Peep, Everlasting Meadow and Essie, Borrowed & Blue.

If you're not good at freehand nail art or you don't like to spend a lot of time on your nails but want some fun designs on them, I suggest trying these out. They may seem hard but I promise they're not. All you have do to is cut them out, dunk them in water for 10-15 seconds and apply them where you want them on your nails.

If you would like to see a tutorial on how to apply these decals I do have one on my YouTube Channel, you can see it here:

These decals can be found here and are listed for $5 each.


Hello! I'm so sorry I've been M.I.A. lately :S My husband and I just moved again...this is our 3rd move in the last year and a half. 

It's definitely been a crazy adventure for us. But we're planning on staying where we are for awhile. We moved into our new place here in Austin, Texas (specifically Pflugerville) about 2-3 weeks ago and we've been settling in, getting familiar with the area and setting up the house. I just started a new job cleaning houses last week so it's taken a toll on my nails, but I have a lot of new things to share with you guys that I am very excited about so stay tuned!

Here are a few pics of the new place :) Thank you all for sticking around, I really appreciate you all!
Comment down below and let me know if you have any nail art suggestions for me! :) I'd love some new ideas!