16 September 2015

Nail art // Double stamping over Cirque Colors Jane on Jane St

Hi loves! Remember those lovely Cirque Colors I shared last week, the newest Metropolis additions? Well, today I am back with one of them and some nail art to go with it! I just love it when shades are giving me inspiration right away.



You all know how much I love double stamping, and this look was no exception.


Double stamping is such an easy way to create a more intricate stamping look, and if you can put down one design, you can definitely manage this technique as well. I started by painting 2 easy coats of Cirque Colors Jane on Jane St, and while I let that dry, I brushed on some Dance Legend Pure Manicure cuticle protector to keep the clean-up from stamping minimized. This stuff has changed my life so much, especially when working with metallics. Nothing as annoying as finding shimmer stuck to your skin after clean-up.



Now, when your base and the cuticle protector is dry, you can proceed with the stamping. I used Born Pretty Store BP-L015 and stamped using Konad White and China Glaze Joy. Another thing I love besides double stamping is tone-on-tone stamping, and the Cirque Colors shade matched so well with the China Glaze one. Finish with topcoat and you are done!



Do you like the combination of metallic and creme finish? Tell me in the comments!
Born Pretty Store is a large online shop with a great assortment of nail art goodies, nail polish and other beauty products. They ship worldwide and for free too, so that's nice! Heck, you can even take 10% off regular priced items using my coupon TRL91.

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