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).

Thursday, June 11, 2015


Hello Lovelies! How have you been!? I've been doing pretty good. Kind of busy, but I have a few fun designs to catch you guys up on.

Since my last post I decided it was time to upgrade to a nice camera and new lighting, so for my birthday I bought a Nikon D5200 and some new desk lamps from Home my photos may start to look different (not in this post, but possibly from here on out). I'm still getting the hang of it. It's such a nice camera, but a little more complex than the cameras I've used in the past so I'm playing around with it, but so far everything is looking good :)

 I received 2 new stamping plates from Winstonia Store to review. The plates are their larger square plates, Expressionism and Eastern Beauty. I have really enjoyed playing with them so I hope you guys enjoy these designs! :)

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

I created this design by layering one stamp with multiple colors. I started out with a white base, then stamped with Liquid Sky Lacquer's Jalapeno Business, Pass the Salsa and Private Charter.

Side note: These polishes stamp really well!

If you've ever watched NailStamp4Fun's videos on YouTube you've probably seen her do this technique. I created this marble effect using China Glaze Re-Fresh Mint, For Audrey, Sinful Colors Sweet Nothing and Royal Polish Everlasting Meadow. The rose stamp was stamped with Funky Fingers Gesso.

Last up is this fun design that reminds me and my husband of Motocross Gear ;P
The base is again, white...and the rest of the design is advanced stamped using Funky Fingers Dark Knight, China Glaze Def Defying and Sky High-Top.

These are the swatches from each plate. I am really impressed with all of these designs! Even the super thin designs stamp really well (most of the mistakes you may see are actually my bad...not the plates).