8. August 2012

Double Swirls

Won't be much text this time. Another manicure inspired - very possibly - by the trip, done in 10 minutes. When I finished stamping I realised that the whole thing reminds me of Moroccanoil bottles : D

oriental nails manicure arabic moroccan

oriental nails manicure arabic moroccan

oriental nails manicure arabic moroccan

oriental nails manicure arabic moroccan

oriental nails manicure arabic moroccan

The base polish is a wonderful bright sky-blue creme by DERMExcellence. The brand is totally new for me, I got it in a swap from Portugal. Nevertheless I totally liked the application and the colour. On the photos you see 2 coats of DERMExcellence #55, stamped with Manhattan 77Z and China Glaze 2030. Below the base colour alone, because it's worth seeing :) 

DERMEXcellence 55 nail polish verniz

DERMEXcellence 55 nail polish verniz

DERMEXcellence 55 nail polish verniz

DERMEXcellence 55 nail polish verniz

DERMEXcellence 55 nail polish verniz

This was the last pre-scheduled post before I come back :) The next one will be about the polishes I wore during the trip :) 

Kommentare:

  1. Welcome back, I hope you had a great trip. I'm looking forward to seeing what you wore! :)

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  2. That looks awesome, beautiful combo!

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  3. This is gorgeous! I love the color and the stamping. Fantastic manicure :)

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  4. I love the stamping...But I didn't match it with Moroccanoil in my mind (I must pick the bottle...Also because I've got to apply some on my hair :-))

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    1. Thank you :) I guess I just read a million of reviews on Moroccanoil lately, that's why :) But I prefer to use pure basic oils for hair - argan, coconut, etc. because I'm careful with silicones :)

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    2. Me too, but I have a couple bottles (one from Sugarbox and one I got at Cosmoprof this year) so I must use it from time to time.
      What's your favourite natural oil BTW? I'm fond also of shea butter masks (actually I'm fond of shea butter, period)!

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    3. I prefer basic oils as a mixture - I make random mixtures and apply them to my hair. Pure I mostly use coconut, it works great. I must try shea too, and argan oil pure - I bought a bottle in Morocco recently.

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  5. Base color is great, but double stamping is what blows me away :)

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  6. I really love this look. It's subtle with just the right amount of flashiness!

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