Sea Blue Mani / Маникюр Морская Вода

Blue Moyou London

So this mani was created for the Moyou London contest. The theme is Blue. I created the decal, or they call it reverse stamping by filling int he image on the stamper and transferring later as a decal to the nail.

Nail Polishes and products used: Morgan&Taylor ‘Taylor Blue’, OPI ‘Push and Shove’, cleaning brush Joliepolish, the detailed brush is by Stylish_mom, top coat INM, stamping plate Moyou London Sailor Collection 07

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Лак и другая продукция: Morgan&Taylor ‘Taylor Blue’, OPI ‘Push and Shove’, кисточка для кутикулы Joliepolish, детальная кисточка Stylish_mom, топовое покрытие INM, плитка для стемпинга Moyou London Sailor Collection 07

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Blue Chevron

This mani I created before the pink gradient chevron I posted recently. This chevron was inspired by one nailart account on IG. The author was showing how she does chevrons by cutting out with scissors instead one vinyls. I loved it instantly and combined by previous experience of making water marble decals and and making chevron decals. I absolutely love it!

Blue Chevron

I used 2 coats of lacy glittery base nail polish by El Corazon. I knew I am going to use it under the nail art, so I didnt add more coats. But the third coat makes it more opaque. I would wear 3 coats if I would wear this nail polish alone. Its really pretty in real life. Camera makes it more sheer then in reality.

Blue Lace

The chevron decals are by Layla CE42 Ceramic Effect , which is cream and duochrome by I Love Nail Polish “Birefringence”.

The top coat is by Glisten Glow. What do you think?

Chevron Gradient

Chevron Gradient

I absolutely love this mani. I know how to make it better the next time. I did it and learned from my mistakes.
So basically I used 2 nail polishes white and pink. I mixed them to make the different brightness of pink to create the gradient look. Then I applied it on the waxed baking paper and covered with a top coat. I let it dry completely. Then I pilled it off and cut with the zigzag scissors. I bought mine at Michaels, but I m sure they sell them everywhere, where they sell crafts and school supplies. I applied one coat of white nail polish on all my nails and let it dry. Then I worked one nail at the time. I applied the second coat of the white nail polish and applied the chevron decals. After placing chevron stripes and adjusting them, I applied the top coat. Carefully pill the extra strips from the sides. You can use clippers as well. The tip: when applying chevron decals, do the overlap. In my case, you can see some gaps because nail polish decals stretch a bit and move from the original place. Maybe if I wouldn’t be in the hurry, I could do it a bit neater without overlapping. I think I like this many enough to do it again, a bit different variation. I also like it for time saving. You can do this decals time ahead and use it on other people or toenails.
Nail Polishes I used are OPI “Alpine Snow” and “Kiss me on my tulips”, the top coat is by Glisten Glow. How do you like it?

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Pink chevron