MoYou Nails review | Nail art stamping

   
Hi everyone! I received a package from MoYou nails awhile ago to review, so here it is! I was very impressed with how easy the stamping process was, as this was my first time ever nail art stamping! 

 
Here are the 5 different plates I received.  In the package, I also received a catalogue from them, a soft stamper, and a little black scraper, to help wipe away excess nail polish.

   
This is the plate I chose. Unfortunately the stamping plate didn’t have a name or number on it, but this is the one with a tinker bell, unicorn and stars etc.

 
So first I applied a base coat to my nails, and then this pink opi nail polish called “la Paz itively hot”

   
The stamping process was really easy. First, you apply a thick layer of polish over the design you want, then you get your scraper and wipe away the excess polish. Then as quickly as possible, get your stamper and roll it on top of the design, then roll it on to your nail. This process took about 20 seconds all together.

 
I chose the floral print on the stamping plate, and used my white Essie polish (“blanc”) for the design. Then, I applied a pink glitter nail polish from W7 which does not have a name, and applied it on top of the pink.

   
 
Overall, im really happy with these MoYou products, and I will definitely be buying more stamping things! Here is there website where you can buy these products, and the plates that I used. 

http://moyounails.com/
http://moyounails.com/shop/image-plate-300/
http://moyounails.com/shop/image-plate-301/
http://moyounails.com/shop/image-plate-303/
http://moyounails.com/shop/image-plate-307/
http://moyounails.com/shop/image-plate-309/ 
I hope you all enjoyed this review/tutorial, and I have a W7 products review coming up soon! 😉 have a great day x

Easy Turquoise glitter nail art tutorial

  
Hi everyone! Todays tutorial is a really quick and pretty silver glitter design. I think this glitter design is perfect for a special occasion, as it’s so simple, but really pretty! You can use any base colour as you want, I just went with the turquoise, because summer isn’t over yet!😉

  
Here are the polishes I used, from left to right they are:

  • No7 stay perfect base coat
  • Catrice nail polish “Swimbledon”
  • Barry M nail paint “diamond glitter”

  

  
  
First I applied a base coat, then 2 coats of this amazingggg turquoise nail polish by Catrice! You can read my quick review on it here

  
Then, I cleaned off both sides of the glitter polish brush, so there was barely any polish on it, and I just brushed the tips of my nails with the glitter. That picture above is after one coat of glitter, and I found I needed to do 3 coats, to get it where I wanted it to be.

I hope you all liked this really easy tutorial! If you have any request make sure to comment down below! Thanks for reading, and have a great day! 🙂 

Purple Aztec Nail art tutorial 

  
Hi everyone! Today’s tutorial is a design that I did on my first nail art wheel (you can read it Here) and it was requested by a few of you! Sorry I’m so late posting this, but here’s a tutorial on how to do it! 

  
Here are the polishes I used, from left to right they are:

  • Essie “blanc”
  • NYC “prince street”
  • Essie “licorice”
  • Sally Hansen complete care 4 in 1
  • Barry M nail art pen “black”
  • Nail art brush

  
First I painted my ring finger and thumb white, and the rest of my nails purple.

  
Here’s a tutorial on how I did the accent nails! 🙂 I used a Barry m black nail art pen, and a purple nail polish on a nail art brush.

  
Then I added a top coat, to add some shine, and your finished!!

  
Here’s a pic with the flash, I absolutely love this purple! It’s kind of like a metallic purple, with a blue undertone.  I hope you all enjoyed this tutorial, and if any of you try out this design, comment down below! Have a great day! 🙂 (btw, it’s my birthday tomorrow!🎉)

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6 Fun Nail Art Designs!


Hello everyone! Today I’m going to be showing you 6 really fun/summery nail designs you can do, for the last month of summer! They are kind of difficult, but if you would like a tutorial on any of them, please comment which one you want down below!

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