16 June 2012

China Glaze Westwide Warriors in fight with a england Dragon


Luckily no blood was shed! Sorry for that lame introduction to an awesome manicure, if I may say so myself. 

Now you all know I am not very fond of stamping, partially because I believe I suck at it. This manicure involved a stamp ending up on the side of my finger. I roll like that. 

The base is China Glaze Westside Warrior in 2 easy coats. After letting it dry for a few minutes I stamped using Bundle Monster plate 210 and a england Dragon. Using this combo created this awesome shy in the shadow but gorgeous in direct lighting effect with those holographic sparkles being so eye catching ♥.

What's your favorite stamping polish?





36 comments :

  1. Karen (lovelygirliebits)18 June, 2012 10:53

    that is absolutely stunning! I'd never thought about using a holographic polish to stamp, love it!

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  2. Loving that manicure! I totally suck at stamping but now I want to go try that!

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  3. So pretty <3
    I love stamping with Chanel Péridot

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  4. Cuti-CLUE-les18 June, 2012 10:53

    That's really gorgeous!!

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  5. Stephanie Oblas18 June, 2012 10:54

    Oh, i love this combo!!

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  6. This is absolutely stunning!!! I have major nail envy right now!

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  7. Amanda (Fashion Footing)18 June, 2012 10:54

    Gorgeous!

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  8. Beautiful! Love the glitter-on-creme!

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  9. MakeupWithdrawal18 June, 2012 10:55

    My goodness, this is FANTASTIC! I love this combination so much!

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  10. I don't usually care for stamping but that actually looks really lovely, very delicate. Lovely colour choices:)

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  11. A-England holos are great for stamping! <3

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  12. You should really try it once, it's so pretty!

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  13. I used to suck too, but as you can see practice makes better :).

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  14. Thanks hon, but this isn't Peridot ;).

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  15. Aww, that's such a sweet compliment!

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  16. Thank you Sheena, it reeally did look lovely :).

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  17. Awww, you are making me blush!

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  18. Thanks Kate, I am not the biggest stamper myself but I am glad you like it so much!

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  19. i love the combination, the stamping is flawless .. LOVE <3

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  20. This looks killer! Great job stamping and such a great combo--I love how it's all subtle but snazzy. ;)

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  21. I know, but you asked us what our favourite stamping polishes are :p

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  22. Oh this is gorgeous! I have both of these colors-I may need to try this out!

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  23. Thanks Elizabeth, you are too kind ♥.

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  24. You totally should! Thanks :).

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  25. Uhhh... I must have been high on polish fumes or something :'). You are totally right and Péridot indeed is awesome for stamping!

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  26. nice! ´very pretty!

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  27. Very very very pretty! Love it!

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