Thursday, April 18, 2013

Illamasqua Jo'mina & Venous

Hello :)  Today I will show you a gradient mani that I did using 2 Illamasqua shades; Jo'mina - a bright lilac creme & Venous - a bold blue green creme.  Let's take a look at some photos :)

Photos are shown with a coat of topcoat
Then I decided to stamp over it; China Glaze Adore (a teal metallic) as stamping polish using plate Pueen17
I'm a huge fan of Illamasqua polishes.  Their formula and application are always perfect. 

You may find these polishes online over at Sephora and Illamasqua.

By the way, how do you like the new watermark placements?  Good enough to protect my work? What do you think of this mani?  Thank you for dropping by :)


11 comments:

Nicole Nearly Nailed said...

Oh wow is what I said when I saw this in my blog reader, this is beautiful! Those colors were made for each other!

Lubov Luna said...

WOOOW! Great! Your manicure very beautiful)))

Nails Beautiqued said...

I love these colors, nice gradient and the stamping is so pretty :)

ManisbyMoore said...

You know it really bothers me that nail art bloggers have to watermark their photos. People are something else! Like why steal peoples work. I don't know... I do love this many though! It is pretty!

Polished Marvels said...

Hi Vicky, I am a big fan of Illamasqua and of this mani (of course) - every day I think, now this is my favorite of Vicky so far and you top it again and again. Regarding your watermark, I am no expert regarding computer work but I am sure, should your new marks not prevent, they at least make the erasing A LOT harder and therefore not worth doing - but let's think positive, there will be no further photo steals <3

Vicky A said...

Thank you girls :)

Nail Girl said...

Wow! Jo'mina and Venuous are a match made in heaven <3

MissLanage said...

GORGEOUS <3

Gnarly Gnails said...

flawless gradient - love everything about it!

My Nail Polish Online said...

Beautiful gradient and stamping!

Elena Hruscheva said...

This is very pretty :)I really love the contraste between the gradient