Showing posts with label French Manicure. Show all posts
Showing posts with label French Manicure. Show all posts

Monday, April 9, 2018

Square White French Manicure...


I felt like shortening my nails, so this time I have a short square set of French Manicure to show you...

Remember my nails from February 1st? The black French?

Well I liked that set, so this time I made them shorter, square and pink & white, with some rhinestones to spice it up a little :)

This is a set with cover gel and white gelpolish...

Though French Manicure isn't "hip and trending" anymore, it always looks clean and fresh to me.
So sometimes it is nice to wear something other then a full colour set :)

Do you like French Manicure or not?

Thank you for stopping by again!

Facebook | BlogLovin' | Pinterest  | Instagram

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Black French Manicure (with polygel)


Guess who's back, back, back... Back again... :)

Today I have a whole new manicure to show you... Prepare... They are SHORT! :)

These shorties witch Black French Manicure are done with PrinzYes; a new sort of gel (Polygel) which is some sort of mix between acrylic and gel. Very nice to work with!

The French is hand drawed with Black gelpolish...

This was my first time working with this new product, so it took me a bit longer then usual, but I really liked the outcome...

Then I went on a Holiday, with lots of Sun, Sea, Swimmingpool-water and sunscreenlotion...
So the pictures down here are 3 weeks later!

There is a bit coloration because of the sun and chlorinated water, but they look still shiny and ok!

Here you can see the difference:

Overall it was a hard test, all the sun, sunscreen lotion, chlorinated water etc. but I think PrinzYes passed the test. I was quite suprised about it and I love to use this product in the future!

Have you tried any of the new Polygels yet?

Thanks for watching!

Facebook | BlogLovin' | Pinterest  | Instagram

Thursday, January 25, 2018

First (acrylics) French Manicure set...


This is my first set of French Manicure acrylics...

It was pretty hard and I see a lot of mistakes, but hey... I'm learning ;)
Practice makes perfect, right?

I really like the pretty color of this opaque cover pink acrylic powder.
I drawed the smileline freehanded with white gelpolish, because I thought that would safe some time (and I'm not that fast yet, haha)

Do you prefer French Manicure or Full Color mani's?

Thanks for stopping by!

Facebook | BlogLovin' | Pinterest  | Instagram

Monday, September 15, 2014

Stamped French Konad M19

Hi girls,

At the moment I'm wearing a simple stamped French Manicure which I achieved with Konad M19 and some white polish...

French mani's are always classy... Don't you think?

Thanks for watching...

Love Kim

Friday, May 25, 2012

Simple French Manicure...

Hi girls,

Today I have a simple French Manicure to show you...

Phone picture

I achieved this manicure with a French Manicure set from Essence:

I've bought this set about 10 years ago, I think, and I liked it so much, that I immediately bought two more back up-sets. The white polish in this little set is very good to make French tips with! These bottles contain 5 ml and the set was available in a milky pink (way more pastel and less pink then showed in the picture above!) and in a peachy set. I don't exactly remember how much this set was, but it couldn't be more than €3,99.

Ofcourse I used a basecoat, my favorite, Orly Nailtrition!

It actually is a nailhardener, but I always use it as a basecoat. It works wonders, I really have tried a lot of hardeners, but this is my alltime favorite!

BTW: Did you noticed my nails are a lot shorter??

Here's what happened...

I've accidentally cut my nail with a razorblade...! Such a big chunk out of my middle nail!
And it's my lefty, my photo-hand! Ohh nooooo... !

So yeah... I had to file them way shorter :(
In the 1st picture you still can see a little dent, but hopefully they soon grow a bit longer.

Do you like the simple and plain French Manicure?

Thanks for dropping by!

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Sparkled 'Up tips...

Hi girls!

Hope you're all doing well...

I a bit tired because of all the stress about selling our house and buying our new house, but I hope it soon is all over and we can start enjoying it!

Now... on to my nails...

Today I want to show you OPI Servin' Up Sparkle from the Serena Williams collection...

Base: OPI Bubblebath (2 coats)
Tips: OPI Servin' Up Sparkle (2 coats)
Topcoat: INM Out The Door

First I applied 2 coats of OPI Bubblebath, then I applied OPI Servin' Up Sparkle with the brush only on my tips. I let it dry for a while and then decided to sponge the next coat on. That way the tips wouldn't get "as wet" as they would when applied with the brush, and the glitters would adhere better.

OPI Servin' Up Sparkle contains very small glitter particles and some larger glitters. Very pretty!!

See how pretty and shiny the sparklies are? :)

It's been a while since I wore a french manicure, and I used to have french manicure all the time, so I thought it would be nice to only sponge the tips this time.

I'm wearing this manicure for 3 days now, and I seriously can't stop watching the sparkly glitters!

I ♥ this manicure!

Do you like french manicures?

Thanks for watching and hello to my newest followers! Thanks for following me! :)

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Bye, bye acrylics... Hello natural nails!

Hi everyone!

Last weekend I lost a nail... I don't wear tips, but the whole acrylic layer on my nail popped off...
So I've had it a bit with acrylics. I didn't felt like it to fix it, and about an hour later I lost another nail.
That's when I decided to get them off, and leave it like that...

Ofcourse my natural nails are very thin and flexible at the moment. But hey, they haven't had oxygen for about 2,5 years! I decided to buy some of the Sally Hansen strengtheners and nurture my nails with my buffing file, Solar Oil and handcream. And a couple of days later they actually looked very good!

So bring on the nailpolish, bring on Konad and let's see how they look now!

Don't mind the little bubbles you see here, it's caused by the Sally Hansen Strengthener; you don't see them irl...

Here's what I did:
1 - Sally Hansen Miracle Nail Thickener (Thin Nail Strengthener) : 2 coats
2 - OPI Bubblebath : 2 coats
3 - Stamping French Manicure with Beautiful Scratchers White + Konad M19
4 - Seche Vite Topcoat : 2 coats

And now they are much, much less bendable (is that even a word?) and stronger!

This picture is showing some tipwear, because I always do my nails late at night. Actually right before I go to sleep. And because of that, I don't have time to install my lightbox and camera etc. So I often take pictures a day (or 2) later. And that's why this picture is showing some tipwear.

But, I must admit (although I'm a real acrylic-lover) I kinda like my natural nails. It was weird to see my own nails after such a long time. But I like them, so I think I'm going to keep them this way for a while.

With flash
Here they are, the little bastards... I popped them right off... :)

I wonder how long it takes for I got my first nail broken :)

Since I'm all into natural nails now, I can use some tips and advice: what's your favorite nail hardener or strenghtener? And what's your nailcare routine? Let me know...!

Have a nice evening!
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...