2) This was created using three coats of Mary Jo Matsumoto’s 4FREE Nail Color in Laguna Shimmer. I think this is really meant to be a top coat for a hint of shimmer to another nail color; however, I loved it so much that I decided to make it opaque by using multiple coats to create an icy glitter shade (that is far prettier in person BTW). I did not use a Top Coat for this look. Ring via unknown.
3) This look was created using three coats of Wet ‘n’ Wild’s Fast Dry Nail Color in Sagreena the Teenage Witch, topped with one coat of Seche Vite Fast Dry Top Coat. Aside from Essie’s Mint Candy Apple (which I don’t consider to be a true green), this was my first encounter with green nail polish (purchased for the name, because I am a huge fan of Sabrina the Teenage Witch), but it has quickly grown to be one of my favorite colors. So, even if you don’t think you will like green polish, I highly recommend giving this color a try. Elephant Ring via Forever 21 – similar style here.
4) To create this lacquer look, I used three coats of Forever 21 Love & Beauty Magnetic Magenta Nail Polish in Fuchsia on all nails, then added one coat of Forever 21 Love & Beauty Blue Purple Glitter Nail Polish in Blue / Purple to the ring finger, and topped all fingers with one coat of Seche Vite Fast Try Top Coat to finish it off. House of Harlow 1960 14KT Horseshoe Stack Ring in Yellow Gold.
What nail color are you rocking for #ManicureMonday?