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).

Monday, October 30, 2017


 Happy Halloween!!

I don't want to take up much time talking...I just really wanted to share 2 last minute Halloween Nail designs with you guys :D

I received some new stamping plates from Bundle Monster for being one of their winners during their Halloween Nail Challenges, and I am IN LOVE!! <3<3<3


All of these images are from Bundle Monster's House of Horrors stamping plates.

Have a great Halloween!!

Sunday, October 22, 2017


Good afternoon! 
Are you guys in the mood for some Halloween designs yet!? I wasn't until about a week ago. I tried before that and I just wasn't quite ready...but I am now and I'm excited to share the 2 designs I've done so far :D I hope you guys like them!

Up first I created this fun Sunset Graveyard scene. I've really loved doing gradient designs, but I haven't done any for awhile now, so I figured it would be fun to create some sort of gradient Halloween design. I used the Stamping plates I have for inspiration, and I love the way it turned out! 

Another thing I've really been loving lately is the double stamping technique. It almost makes this scene look snowy as well, which I wasn't exactly going for, but it makes it more it works ;) The images are from Bunny Nails plate HD-D.

This design was done for Bundlemonster's Halloween #Monsterscream Challenge. The challenge was to create a design using at least 2 of their products, inspired by a Horror Story (book, movie or tv series). I had been thinking about it all week and then when I actually sat down to create a design I could not think of anything for the life of me! I looked up Horror movies, books...tried thinking of what I've watched and read and nothing was coming to me. I even enlisted my best friends help. Lol. But I finally came up with this image after what felt like forever! (Literally a few hours :S ).

Anywho, I had to piece this image together, because I did not have a headless horseman stamp...if you can believe that? ;P I had a unicorn on one of the plates I used that I just removed the horn, I had a prince and a princess sitting on a wall, so I just used his torso and removed his head...(that sounds terrible! Haha), I even had to add a foot on him from a zombie plate I have. Lastly, I felt like he needed a weapon of sorts and the only thing I had that was about the same size that would fit in the space was this sword/ax thing? (idk what it's called). But overall, I am so happy with the way it all came together!

I'd love to know what you guys think of these designs, or what you'd like to see me do next! :)
Leave a comment below.

Sunday, October 15, 2017


Hi Lovelies!

Today I have a review and video for you guys :) I hope you like it!

**This product was sent to me for review. Please see my Disclosure Policy listed in the tabs above.**

I received these Polish Off Soakies to review a few months ago and I have tried them now about 3 times. It definitely took 3 tries to finally figure out the best way to use them. 

I'm definitely not patient when it comes to removing gel polish, or glitter polish, which is why I hardly ever wear it. But I have bought a few glitter powders, magnetic polish and a few other things that do require a gel topcoat...I've noticed that every time I want to use them, I end up not doing it because it requires a lot of patience to take the polish off. So when I heard from Mitty Burns that I was one of her winners for reviewing some products I decided to try out the Polish Off Soakies.

The first time I used them I struggled. I only had jumbo cotton balls, which as you can imagine does not work well in these soakies...but it was all I had. After 10-15 minutes of soaking the polish could be somewhat peeled off but did not come off completely. The second time was the same. But the third time I finally figured out it would be a good idea to file of the topcoat...and yay! It finally worked!

Check out my video that shows a little bit of my process ;)

Thank you to Mitty Burns for sending me these soakies :) I think I will start to wear more glitter polishes now without feeling the anxiety over taking them off hahah!

These soakies are available in multiple colors. Find them here: