ManixMe February | Crystal moon

Today I have Maniology’s February ManixMe box to show you, and if you’re not familiar with ManixMe – it’s a monthly nail art subscription box! Each month has a different theme and the box consists of 2 exclusive stamping plates, 2 stamping polishes plus a surprise gift (e.g. a brush, stickers, foil, powder). There is also an express kit version that consists of the two 2 stamping plates and surprise gift. With your first box or kit you get a free Ice cube stamper and scraper set ($10 value).

Get $5 off your first ManixMe box with my affiliate code Hanninator10 (the code also gives you 10% off all regular priced items on www.maniology.com)

February’s Crystal moon plates have intricate floral designs, magical crystals, and geometric patterns.

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This month’s box contains of two stamping plates with floral and crystal images, stamping polishes Luna and Green house and an additional stamping plate with moons, foliage and geometric images.

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As you probably know I love floral nail art so this month’s box is right up my alley. With that said, my first design had to be a floral one! I used stamping plates MXM025 and MXM026, stamping polishes Luna and Greenhouse (from this month’s box) together with Straight up black, Tulip julep and Maui gold. The sheer base is Halo from Cienna Rose.

For my second design using the February box I went for the butterfly and floral image on MXM026. The sheer pink base is OPI Bubble bath, and I stamped with Straight up black and filled in the images with two holographic polishes from Painted Polish; Haute Parisian nights and From the pier, with love. They turned out so sparkly and pretty!

I usually make two designs per box but since this month’s surprise item was an extra stamping plate I had to make a third design using that plate. For this dry brush/geometric design I used M119, MXM026, Luna, Greenhouse and Straight up black.

Maniology Valentine’s Day occasions: BFF

Need some last minute nail art inspiration for Valentine’s Day? Check out these two simple designs I made with Maniology’s new Valentine’s day stamping plate, BFF M117.

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For my first look I stamped the hearts over a matte pink base using pink metallic stamping polish Rosé.

And for my second design I stamped some falling hearts with red metallic stamping polish Galentine over a nude pink base.

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ManixMe January | Heartbreaker

Today I have Maniology’s January ManixMe box to show you, and for those of you who don’t know what it is – it’s a monthly nail art subscription box! Each month has a different theme and the box consists of 2 exclusive stamping plates, 2 stamping polishes plus a surprise gift (e.g. a brush, stickers, foil, powder). There is also an express kit version that consists of the two 2 stamping plates and surprise gift. With your first box or kit you get a free Ice cube stamper and scraper set ($10 value).

Get $5 off your first ManixMe box with my affiliate code Hanninator10 (the code also gives you 10% off all regular priced items on www.maniology.com)

January’s Heartbreaker themed box is inspired by vintage tattoos.

This month’s box contains two vintage tattoo inspired stamping plates, stamping polishes Skin deep and Cherry bomb and cuticle tape (that are almost to pretty to use).

 

If you have followed me for a while you know I love floral nail art, so when I saw the roses on one of the plats I immediately knew what to create! For this design I used stamping plate MXM023, polishes Skin deep and Cherry bomb, all from the box. I also used Straight up black for the outlines and Hit the bottle I dream of greenie to fill in the leaves.

For my second design I wanted to do a tattoo inspired design. I used stamping plate MXM024 and polish Skin deep from this month’s box together with Straight up black and filled in the images with polishes from Swedish nail polish brand Depend Cosmetics new spring collection called Marbled.

ManixMe December | Absolute gem!

Today I have Maniology’s December ManixMe box to show you, and for those of you who don’t know what it is – it’s a monthly nail art subscription box! Each month has a different theme and the box consists of 2 exclusive stamping plates, 2 stamping polishes plus a surprise gift (e.g. a brush, stickers, foil, powder). There is also an express kit version that consists of the two 2 stamping plates and surprise gift. With your first box or kit you get a free Ice cube stamper and scraper set ($10 value).

Get $5 off your first ManixMe box with my affiliate code Hanninator10 (the code also gives you 10% off all regular priced items on www.maniology.com)

December’s Absolute gem! themed box is inspired by metal and gemstone jewelry.

This month’s box contains two stone textured stamping plates, stamping polishes Turquoise and Pewter plus a Rose quartz stone palette.thumbnail_u3-np-mxm021 to 022_l19-002

For my first design I used all the items in the box, and I went for a turquoise stone inspired design. I also used Maniology’s polishes Straight up black and Coconut and nail art foil Lustre.

The second design I did was inspired by metal and stone jewelry. I used stamping plate MXM021, stamping polishes Delirium for the grey marble and Straight up black for the outline. The gold stamping polish is Whats up nails Go for gild, white is OPI Alpine snow, and the base color is OPI You’ve got that Glas-glow.

Maniology Holly Jolly stamping starter kit

Get your nails ready for the festive season with Maniology’s Holly Jolly stamping starter kit. The kit includes two festive stamping plates, stamping polishes Confetti and Frosty and limited edition Holiday Monocle stamper & scraper.

I really like the products in this kit, the monocle stamper is my go-to stamper. It’s see-through, it’s short (which makes it perfect when coloring in images when reverse stamping), it’s squishy and always picks up images perfectly!

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How cute are the animal ornaments on M078? I had such a hard time choosing which ones to use for my design. And M079 has everything you need for your New Year’s Eve mani!

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ManixMe August | Mosaic

Today I’m going to show you Maniology’s August ManixMe box, and for those of you who haven’t heard of it before – it is a monthly nail art subscription box! Each month has a different theme and the box consists of 2 exclusive stamping plates, 2 stamping polishes plus a surprise gift (e.g. a brush, stickers, foil, powder). There’s also an express kit version that consists of 2 stamping plates plus a surprise gift. With your first box or kit you get a free stamper and scraper set ($10 value).

Get $5 off your first ManixMe box using the code Hanninator10 (the code also gives you 10% off all regular priced items on www.maniology.com)

August’s Mosaic themed box is inspired by Middle Eastern art and architecture. I love Moroccan/Arabesque patterned nails, so I was really excited to get this box.

For my first design I used both polishes, the nail foil, and one of the plates included in the box. I probably wouldn’t have chosen this color combination if these polishes had not been a part of the box – but I’m so loving it and it’s giving me fall vibes! I also used Coconut from Maniology as my base polish for this design.

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For my second look I used the other stamping plate and colors that I would have typically used for tiled inspired nail art. I’m going to be honest, the finished design did not turn out like I had in mind, but I still like it! For this design I used Maui Gold, Ducky and Blue glue all from Maniology.

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Since the August box is no longer available I though I’d give you a peek of September’s Hocus Pocus themed box. I hope I will be able to create some looks with the September box while it’s still available, but unfortunately international shipping is very unpredictable and takes some time… sometimes way longer than it should.