Sunday, March 4, 2012

Rebelliously Reptilian

Hi everyone!  I can't believe it's already time for Stamp Sunday again!!  So let's do this!!!


I started off with two coats of A England Lady of the Lake.  How gorgeous is this?!  This was at the very top of my lemming list for so long, but it was always sold out every time I tried to order it!  I finally snagged a bottle from the very sweet Kim at Overall Beauty.  HOORAY!


This formula is killer!  The amazingly rich purple color alone is beautiful, but add a shimmery holo to it, and I'm sold!


If you haven't tried the A England polishes yet ... do so, and fast!


I wanted a stamp effect that would go well with Lady of the Lake, without overpowering it.


I used Color Club Worth the Risque, a great silver holo, with Bundle Monster plate BM-215 for the snake skin look.


I finished off the mani with a coat of Cult Nails Wicked Fast.


I really love the way this turned out!  The snake skin almost has a ghost effect to it, and the holos work so well together that the rainbows in them actually work together!!!  I hope you enjoy your Stamp Sunday!

Happy Painting!!!

Colors: A England Lady of the Lake, Color Club Worth the Risque

12 comments:

  1. This looks so good, the stamping and the color itself!

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  2. Ahhww this is totally fabulous!

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  3. love it, such a perfect combo xx

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  4. Love this colour combination! Love the mani in general ^_^

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  5. That's awesome! I've only tried A-England's St. George, but I may have to add this one to my list next time I place an order!

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  6. a holo with a holo, you really can't go wrong! it looks great

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  7. What a gorgeous color combo! You are brilliant! :)

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  8. I LOVE this manicure, the color is beautiful! Do you know if they sell A England nail polish in the United States? I buy my nail polish at a discount nail supply store (for licensed "beauty professionals") and I've never seen that brand there. I know you can purchase them online, but they're a little pricey.

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    1. Other than online, I do not believe A England polishes are sold in the US.

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