Phantom of the Opera Nails! Being a huge, HUGE phan, I knew I had to do this one day!
To create this design I started of with a base coat and topped that off with my base color - a glossy black with subtle red glitter (not visible in the photos, but can be seen in the sunlight!) which is actually called “Phantom”(which is partially why I bought that polish in the first place, hehe) The polish is from a brand called “Material Girl” that is available at Macy’s.
The music note and piano I stamped using plate m73 and konad special white.
I used a detail brush, dotting tool and white polish to freehand the mask on my left ring finger.
The rose on my right ring finger is a nail decal. The rose was white so I used a dotting tool to cover it with the red glitter polish which is “Ruby Pumps” by China Glaze.
Love the final result, I’m so happy (^)_^
Physician’s formula in shimmer strips for hazel eyes. I love the pinks and browns and the highlight colors, it’s great for coordinating and it does make hazel eyes pop, but the color payoff isn’t consistent or great with any of these. It comes with an eye shadow applicator that is slightly pointed so you can also use it for lining but that’s where the seam is and it hurts! Use your own brushes for sure. It was an okay buy, I wouldn’t go out of my way to get it again.
Physician’s formula in Baked Sweets which is a shimmer pallet. There are hints of purple, gold, wine, burgundy, and a highlight color. I also reviewed this in the matte version, and I definitely prefer the shimmer one. It is 85% what I hoped color payoff would be, it isn’t consistent and you really do need to apply it we to see any of the shimmer or duo-tone in the colors, and even then I wanted more payoff. I do like it and think it’s a good value for the price.
Physician’s formula in Baked Sweets which is a matte pallet. There are hints of purple, burgundy, wine, and a pale purple highlight, but I was unimpressed with the matte version of these colors. I have the shimmer version also, and liked it a lot better. The color payoff isn’t good at all, and it left me wanting a lot more. I wouldn’t buy this again
Physician’s formula in Baked Sugar which is a matte pallet. This color combination is a great every day look, especially for those with lighter skin. The mid-tone tan color could be a little darker or brighter or something, which is why i’m not in love with it, but it is decent for the price. I wouldn’t go out of my way to get this again.
Physician’s formula in Baked S’mores which is a matte pallet. I love this smokey eye pallet combination. It can be subtle if applied dry, or dramatic if applied wet. Most of my smokey shadows are always shimmery or glittery, so having a go-to matte one is a refreshing change of pace for my make-up looks. I’d recommend it!
Physician’s formula in Baked Butter which is a matte pallet. The orange is too orange, the brown too dark and contrasting, the highlight color isn’t noticeable, and when worn dry the colors don’t stand out at all. Applying wet is a must, but I wouldn’t recommend this pallet if you have a light skin tone.
Hey everyone! Today I made a design on my nails which is a coming summer nail trend: Border nails! I’ve seen this pop up on online
So SO incredibly happy with how these turned out!
I used Milani Rapid Cherry for the border,
China Glaze First Mate for the inner color
I decided to accent the red border on my ring finger by making the border out of red 1mm nail gems and I think it looks So cute :)