Sunday, 19 April 2015

Vintage Peacock Nails

I just couldn't wait to show you what I did to yesterdays polish, By K Freezing Fog! I stamped a graphic peacock pattern in gold on it and finish it off with a light pink stone to each nail.

The base is, as said, By K Freezing Fog and the peacock pattern is from MoYou London plate Tropical Collection-05. The gold polish used is Good As Gold from Essie.

I can't tell you how pleased I am with this manicure! It feels so vintage and I can so imagine it to a vintage bride! It's tone-in-tone but you can still see the pattern clearly and it has a sort of ivory feeling to it. Soft and romantic!

For this kind of nail art By K's Freezing Fog is the perfect soft base!

How do you like my vintage peacock manicure?

Saturday, 18 April 2015

By K Freezing Fog - swatches and review

Hi friends! I'm back! Have you missed me? ;) My plan is to do a few posts a month - if I feel like it ;)

I'm starting with a new polish from By K which will be released in the beginning of May. The whole upcoming collection by By K has a flight theme and this one is called Freezing Fog. This polish is flirting with the 70's with its pearl finish and I liked it more than I first thought.

Surprisingly opaque. Two coats is enough but since I'm quite fussy I added a third. Still good compared to other pearl polishes!


Type of polish: Pearl.

Number of coats: Three.

Formula: Good! A bit runny so watch out for cuticle flooding. Very easy to clean up though!

Brush: Medium straight cut.

Top Coat: Yes. 

Grade: 3+/5

Pearl finish isn't really my thing but if you like the upcoming 70's style this is the polish for you! I can also imaging this polish on a bride for a wedding. AND it's a perfect canvas for nail art. Just wait and see what I did to this polish…! ;)

How do you like Freezing Fog?

Monday, 15 September 2014

Blog break

Just a short post to tell you that I'm going on a blog break on an indefinite period.

My life is both crazy busy and chaotic right now and blogging feels more like a must than a pleasure. A distinct sign to take a time-out.

My love for polishes is very much alive though and I will keep doing manicures and nail arts! If you still want to see them and comment on them you can find me at Instagram and Facebook.

At Instagram I'm @jezzlan and I've got my own page at Facebook called Little Miss Nailpolish.
I'm also on Twitter as @littlemissnailp but I'm best reached on the other two.
I really hope to see you there!

I won't say goodbye, instead I say - see you! Until then, take care my friends! <3

My cat Smilla <3

Sunday, 14 September 2014

Purple Holo Leaves Manicure

The theme for today's Nail Art Sunday is "Longing".

To me this manicure represents fall and after a long hot summer I'm now actually longing for fall with its crisp air and bright colors. I also find it very cozy to light some candles, snuggle under a fleece blanket and have a cup of hot tea :)

The base is By K Lavender Blue and then I've stamped on a leaf pattern with the stunning purple holo Wild At Heart from Color Club. I used a plate from MoYou London called Mother Nature Collection-03. To break up the purple domination I added some green dots with the magic Reclaim from Nubar.

I'm very happy with this manicure and I got a lot of attention because of it too :)

How do you like this manicure?

Saturday, 13 September 2014

Gold Fish Nails

A quick stampicure for you today :)

The base is the beautiful By K Blue Lagoon and then I've stamped on a fish pattern with MoYou London plate Sailor Collection-05 and By K Copper Gold.

The result is a subtle gold fish pattern on a glimmering blue base. Beautiful in its own way ;)

How do you like this manicure?

Friday, 12 September 2014

KBShimmer Pt Young Thing - swatches and review

Last week I had no spare time at all to join Holothon 2.0 or Holo Friday but today I'm in! And what a gem I've got to show you!! A silver polish with a totally crazy holo effect!! So go and get your sunglasses before you take a look at this stunner! ;) I'm totally in love with it!


Type of polish: Holographic.

Number of coats: Two.

Formula: Very good! No bald spots even with regular base coat.

Brush: Medium straight cut brush.

Top Coat: No. 

Grade: 5+++++/5

The holo effect is totally amazing on this polish! I could hardly believe my eyes when I applied it! This is definitely my favorite silver holo polish so far!

How do you like Pt Young Thing?

This is what the other ladies in Holothon are showing today: