Prettifying the world one nail at a time.

Prettifying the world one nail at a time.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Friends on Friday - Owls


Hello lovelies!

I did one of my friends nails again, this time inspired by a wrapping paper in which had been a present she had gotten me recently:

I don't remember all the polishes I used, there were a lot. I just sort of freehanded everything.

That was fun! I'm holding on to the wrapping paper, because I want to do my own nails like this too, lol!


Thursday, October 23, 2014

Twinsie Thursday - Spooky Glow-In-The-Dark Eyes...


Hello Lacquer Lovers!

Last month, Lothwen and I received a request to do glow in the dark manicures. Of course, we accepted the challenge! We decided to do some spooky glow in the dark eyes.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Ms Sparkle Playtime Collection - Akira


Hello lovelies!
As promised, I present you "Akira", the second polish in this collection that Simone named after me <3 Click here to see "Lothwen" Akira is amazeballs, check it out:


"Akira" is a glitter topper with black and platinum leopard spots, yellow stars, neon green blacklight reactive hexes, purple micro glitter and big holo circles... It's an 80's party in a bottle and it's one of the most fun toppers I own, if not THE most fun!



I applied two coats of Akira over a white to purple gradient base. The black leopards did not require much fishing, the platinum ones however did, so weird! But that's a minor detail with a deliciously awesome payoff like this ;)
Ms. Sparkle "Lothwen" is part of the new "Playtime" collection and will be in the shop tonight!


What do you think of this polish and the leopard spot glitter in general? Do you like it better in a topper or in a crelly like "Lothwen"?



Monday, October 20, 2014

Ms. Sparkle Playtime Collection - Lothwen


Hello lovelies!

I'm over the moon with today's post; the wonderful Simone from Ms. Sparkle named two nail polishes after me! She wanted to thank me for helping her ^_^ I'm so honoured! I mean, you know something must be a big deal, for it to have nail polish named after it... and now I, ME! has nail polish named after ME! Wow...

So of course, I get to do the swatching honours, so today I present you... Lothwen!



"Lothwen" is a gorgeous white crelly with pink dots, purple shreds, black micro glitter and black LEOPARD SPOTS! Yes, that's right! It's all the rage in indie land and I got it! Whooooooooo!



This is three coats of "Lothwen". It applies nicely and no fishing is needed for the big leopard spots, although they do require some placing, which is normal. A smoothing top coat also comes in handy, so I used 1 coat of gel look top coat (Essence) and 1 coat of SV.


I love it, I love it, I love it! Thank you so much, Simone! It's the sweetest thing ever <3

Ms. Sparkle "Lothwen" is part of the new "Playtime" collection and will be in the shop tonight!

What do you think of this polish and the leopard spot glitter in general? Go here to see "Akira", the second polish in this collection and a different take on the Leopard Spot Glitter mania!


Saturday, October 18, 2014

Laushine Glitter Gold - from GYND


Hello lovelies!

The last pretty of getyournailsdone.nl that I want to show you, is a gorgeous glitter topper from Laushine:

Friday, October 17, 2014

Funny little mummies - simple Halloween design


Hey lovelies!

Today I have a simple halloween nail art design for you! Look at these funny little guys:

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Safari pretties from GYND


Hello lovelies!


Last week I got 3 pretties from the sweet Margo at getyournailsdone.nl to swatch, and today I will show you two of them! Let's start with Safari "Pastel Dots Pink":

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Ms. Sparkle Burlesque Collection - Shimmy & Pastie


Hello lovelies!

FIRST: do not forget to enter Ms. Sparkle's GIVEAWAY!

I have two gorgeous new polishes from Ms. Sparkle's upcoming limided edition collection for the bold and vampy: The Burlesque collection! I have Shimmy and Pastie to show you. Check out Shimmy!


Shimmy: A prolonged shaking of the hips or shoulders, which is greatly accentuated if a performer’s costume is fringed.