|Glam My Mani Nail Vinyls|
Good afternoon! Today I have the 2nd part of my Glam My Mani review :] If you missed my review and designs from part I, you can find them here! Check out how I used the French Tip, Single Chevron, and Mini Chevron nail vinyls:
|Glam My Mani Mini Chevron Nail Vinyls|
In this mani, I used the Mini Chevron Nail Vinyls. I painted my nails with Sinful Colors Violet Voltage, applied the vinyls and then alternated filling in the blanks with Sinful Colors Sterling Silver and Purple Alloy. As you can see I still need some practice at removing these haha. It seemed like the Color Foils were kinda hard to work with when pulling off the vinyl. I did get 2 out of 2 nails lookin' fine though! HIGH FIVE LACEY!
|Glam My Mani Single Chevron Nail Vinyls|
Next, I used the Single Chevron Nail Vinyls to create this negative space mani. I applied a base coat (So the stamping would stick to my nail), applied the vinyl, stamped the lower half, cleaned up the overflow, then painted the rest of my nail with Zoya Charisma (which if you don't own - you should). I used Vivid Lacquer plate VL006 and then used China Glaze Tongue & Chic and a dotting tool for accents. I was going to fill in the space where the decal was, but I ended up really enjoying the space being all nakie!
|Glam My Mani French Tip Nail Vinyls|
Last but not least are the French Tip Nail Vinyls. I started off with a base of OPI Steady As She Rose and then applied the vinyl to create a French tip. From there, I filled in the space with Shimmer Polish Wendy. Then, I decided I wanted to add a kind of, half-moonish shape using the French Nail decals at the base of my nail. At first I didn't like it, then it grew on me LOL what do ya think?
I hope these posts gave you ideas of how you can use your nail vinyls to create some fun manis! The best advice I can give is to experiment with them. They're a fun, quick, and easy way to spice up any mani.
Overall, I really enjoyed these nail vinyls! I've used a few brands here and there in the past and I felt like these were more flexible and easy to work with. Again, if you missed Part I - you can find it here :]
Have a great weekend!