Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Saran Wrap Mani with stamping

Hello :)  Today's manicure is not really season appropriate.  It's been over 100F here in California for the past 2 days :( and I'm just wishing for some cooler weather !!  Anyway, here are the shades used in this mani:

Essie Mink Muffs - a smoky plush taupe - started out with 2 coats;
Essie Case Study - a medium beige - painted a coat on the whole nail then used saran wrap to dab off some polish;
Essie Very Cranberry - a deep red berry with very subtle silver shimmer - used saran wrap to dab very little on each nail;
China Glaze 2030 - stamping polish;
Pueen 39 - stamping plate.


Topped everything off with a coat of top coat
Loved the subtle stamping 
Here's what it looks like before stamping
I know this manicure should have been a Fall one but oh well ...  :)

What do you think?  Thank you for dropping by :)


14 comments:

Arvonka said...

The colors work so well together, its really pretty :)

Delphi Michaels said...

This is freaking gorgeous!

maRyya said...

so pretty <3

Nails Beautiqued said...

100 degrees already I thought Fla was hot in the 80's close to 90's . It was usually cool this morning though.

I love the colors looks like pretty wrapping paper :)

Heather @ Peace, Love & Polish said...

Mink Muffs is one of my favorite browns. That said, this is gorgeous - like melted chocolate :)

My Nail Polish Online said...

I love everything about this mani!

ManisbyMoore said...

So pretty!!

Stacy Plowman-Pennock said...

Oh wow, SWOON!! This is SO lovely!

Lena Payne said...

I love this so much I bought the polishes! Thanks for sharing!

Polished Marvels said...

Hi Vicky, what a beautiful mani - and it reminds me of a Chiffon blouse I used to wear in Summer - so for me still totally Season appropriate ;-)

Elena Hruscheva said...

I fell in Love with it!

Natalia said...

Vicky this is so lovely! It totally makes me want to try saran wrap technique. Greatly done!

Char said...

This is absolutely beautiful <3

A Mani Maniac said...

I definitely need to try this technique. Looks beautiful, and to hell with season appropriate. A pretty manicure works anytime of the year!