Remember a few days ago when I said that last Christmas I was looking for a green glitter polish? Well this year I have quite a few to choose from.
Below I have gathered my favorite green creme, glitter and holo polishes for Christmas time! 🎄
A-England – Saint George
piCture pOlish – hercynia
Depend – 497
Cupcake Polish – Unbe-leaf-able
OPI – Christmas gone plaid
OPI – Stay off the lawn!
Depend – 496
China Glaze – Running in circles
Smith & Cult – Darjeeling darling
Depend – Under the mistletoe
Kiko – 533
piCture pOlish – glitch
Please let me know in the comments what your favorite green polish for Christmas is!
It’s day six of 24 days of Christmas by Hanninator and I hope you’re not tired of the holiday manis yet, because you’ll be seeing a lot more the next few weeks.
The base for this festive mani is Encore Margot from A-England. For the details I used Shh… It’s top secret!, Got the mean reds, Stay off the lawn!, Squeaker of the house and Alpine snow from OPI together with Reindeer stencils, Christmas stocking stencils, Christmas tree stencils and Gingerbread man stencils from Snail Vinyls.
Today I have a step by step tutorial for you, showing how to make a fun geometric accent nail.
For this mani I’m using Polovetsian Dances from A-England, Space Race from H&M and Right Angle Nail Stencils from Snail Vinyls.
Start by painting two coats of Space Race on the nails of your little finger and ring finger. Paint the rest of your nails with one coat (ocw!!) of Polovetsian Dances. Add a quick drying top coat to all nails, I used Gel Setter from Essie.
Wait approximately 20 minutes for the top coat to be completely dry. Add nail vinyls on the ring finger to create a geometric pattern. I used the insides from the Right Angle Nail Stencils, I love that this way you can use up the whole vinyl sheet.
Paint one coat of Polovetsian Dances over the vinyls…
Remove the vinyls immediately, before the polish starts to dry. If you wait too long before removing the vinyls the lines won’t be as clean and the base color might come up with them.
Allow the polish to try for a few minutes then add a glossy top coat.
The finished result!
Hope you like this little tutorial. Is this something you want to see more of here?