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!


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).

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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.



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.



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.

CND ‘Yes I Do’ Bridal collection

Hello everyone, long time, no see! Today I’ll be showing you CND’s new bridal collection called Yes I do. As with most bridal collection, this one consists of sheer white and pink toned polishes that are very wedding appropriate.



Bouquet is a sheer nude polish with white and pink undertones. Here I’m wearing three coats.



White wedding is a milky white polish. Here I’m wearing three coats.



Veiled is a nude pink polish. Here I’m wearing three coats.



Forever yours is a pink polish. Here I’m wearing three coats.


These types of shades are not really my go to types of shades, but for a wedding I think they’re perfect! I also think that the two nude pink polishes will make a great nude base for nail art. In fact I’ve already used Veiled for just that.

What do you think of this collection? Do you like sheer nude polishes?

I Love Nail Polish

Recently I was sent some gorgeous polishes from ILNP (short for I Love Nail Polish). ILNP is an indie polish maker from Las Vegas, Nevada, and they specialize in super sparkly holographic and color shifting ultra chrome polishes. All their polishes are cruelty free, vegan and 3-free!

Let’s take a look at the polishes I received.



Aria is described as a sky blue ultra holographic nail polish. Here I’m wearing two coats plus top coat.



Celeste is described as a stunning lilac ultra holographic nail polish. Here I’m wearing two coats plus top coat.



Misbehaving is described as a vivid neon pink holographic sheer jelly nail polish. Here I’m wearing three coats plus top coat.



Juliette is described as a rose gold holographic ultra metallic nail polish. Here I’m wearing two coats plus to coat.



Cameo is described as a pink to green ultra chrome nail polish. Here I’m wearing three coats plus top coat.

Check out the video below to see how the polishes apply!

I love ILNP’s nail polishes, especially their ultra holographic polishes. They’re very easy to apply and they look amazing – what more can you ask for?

Have you tried any polishes from ILNP?

UberChic Beauty Moroccan Beauty

A while ago UberChic Beauty released Moroccan Beauty, a stamping plate with Moroccan themed patterns.


Moroccan patterned nails was one of my favorite designs to make when I first stared doing nail art, and it still is (I just don’t do them as much now because I have so many other thing I want to make – oh the struggle). Back when I got in to nail art I only had Moroccan nail vinyls so I could pretty much only change the color combinations. With this plate there are so many more options for Moroccan nail art designs!

So far I’ve made three nail art designs with this stamping plate and I know that many more will come in the future.


The first design I made using this stamping plate is inspired by Moroccan tiles, and I love how it turned out! Since there are many small details it took some time to fill in the images. So it’s not a design that you make everyday, but I do enjoy it when I have the time. It is a bit like a coloring book, except I color in stamped images and put them on my nails!



The second and third designs are both stamped over gradients. I chose patterns with a lot of open spaces to let the gradients shine trough.

What nail art design you you make with this plate? Please let me know in the comments!

OPI Peru

This year’s fall collection from OPI takes its inspiration from Peru. My favorite collections from OPI are their spring and fall collections because they’re always inspired by a place, (this year’s spring collection was inspired by Lisbon) which gives so much inspiration for nail art designs. The Peru collection consists of 12 creme polishes and at a first glance it may not look like a typical fall collection becasue there are many lighter and colorful shades. After swatching the collection I have changed my mind – the collection is colorful but the shades are muted not bright. And anyway who say you should only wear darker shades in the fall?


I usually don’t include OPI’s press pictures of the collection in my blog posts, but this time I had to! I love the cozy vibe they’re giving and they make me like the collection so much more!



I got the polishes in the Infinite Shine formula and this is the first time I’m trying a whole collection in this formula.
Infinite Shine is a 3-step system which will last up to 11 days of wear and the polishes dries super shiny! The formula of the Infinite Shine polishes is really good and they made the application super easy.


Somewhere over the rainbow mountains is a rosy nude creme polish that covers in two coats.


Machu Peach-u is a peachy nude creme polish that covers in two coats.


Lima tell you about this color! is a pink creme polish that covers in two coats.


Suzi will Quechua later! is a purple-pink creme polish that covers in two coats.


Como se llama? is a burgundy creme polish that covers in two coats.


My solar clock is ticking is a burnt red creme polish that covers in two coats.


I love you just be-cusco is a classic red creme polish that covers in two coats.


Alpaca my bags is a blue-green creme polish that covers in two coats.


Yes my condor can-do! is a dark maroon creme polish that covers in two coats.


Seven wonders of OPI is a light mauve creme polish that covers in two coats.


Don’t toot my flute is a lilac creme polish that covers in two coats.


Grandma kissed a gaucho is a purple creme polish that covers in three coats.

Check out the video below for live swatches!


What do you think of this collection? Do you have any favorite shades?


Zoya Sunshine

Hello everybody! Right now the weather isn’t that good, it’s cold and raining, and I miss the lovely summer weather we had in May. Just the other day I was lucky to receive Zoya’s summer collection called Sunshine! At least now my nails are ready for summer when the nice weather returns again (the forecast says it’ll get warmer next week, yay!).


The Sunshine collection consists of 8 creme polishes, two shimmer polishes and two glitter/shimmer toppers.

All Zoya lacquers are 10 free and cruelty free (meaning they don’t test on animals).


Jack is a nude beige creme polish that covers in two coats.


Nahla is a gold shimmer topper with gold glitter. Here I’m wearing one coat over Jack.


Minnie is a pink coral creme polish that covers in two coats.


Clementine is a coral pink polish with orange shimmer that covers in two coats.


Missy is a bubblegum pink creme polish that covers in two coats.


Sandy is a blue toned pink creme polish that covers in two coats.


Delia is a purple creme polish that covers in two coats.


Saldana is a blue iridescent-holo topper with  pink ad blue colored glitter. Here I’m wearing one coat over Delia.


Ellie is a raspberry colored creme polish that covers in two coats.


Virginia is a coral red creme polish that covers in two coats.


Karen is a classic red creme polish that covers in two coats.


Marigold is a coral red polish with gold shimmer that covers in two coats.


I really like pink, reds and corals so this collection is just in my taste! I already know that for my next pedi I will use Ellie.

What do you think of this collection? Are there any shades that you must have?
If I could only pick a couple I would choose the two toppers, Nahla and Saldana, just because they’re so unique, and I bet they would look amazing over many different shades!