Monday, November 24, 2014

Mani Monday with Tiffany

Hey Glitter and Gloss fans!  I have been super busy as of late and therefore lacking the time to come up with and show you a new design.  So what I figured I'd do is flashback to Thanksgiving 2 years ago!  This is what I had on my nails on Thanksgiving in 2012 and the blog post I wrote about it then.  This was only my 2nd post ever...hope ya'll like it!

I'm back with my second post!  See, I have a huge "back log" of photos, because I've been taking pictures of my nails for a while now.  This is what I wore for Thanksgiving!

I got this idea from a manicure Cristina at Let Them Have Polish did for Thanksgiving last year.  Here's hers.  LTHP was the first blog I decided I needed to see all the time.  It's still my favorite, check her out!  

For this one I used a base of a-England Lancelot.  It's not black, I promise.  BUT, it might as well be.  The only time it's at all evident that it isn't black, is next to a true jet black, like a-England Camelot.  Here is Lancelot, two coats, no top coat.  The formula is fantastic. 

When that was pretty dry, I sponged OPI Warm & Fozzie on the tips (with a round makeup sponge I cut into a little rectangle shape).  Now, W&F looks horrible on my nails by itself, but I really, really loved it this way - the pink and copper glitter shows up better. 

I almost left it alone, in fact I wore it like this for a day before I added a stamp using Bundle Monster image plate #309 (BM309).  My stamping color is China Glaze DelightDelight is from the Romantique collection and I have two other polishes from that collection:  Passion and Harmony.  They're great for stamping!  I got two of them from Trans Design, Inc. - it's cheap! a lot less expensive (even with shipping) than your regular retail store.

There you have it, my Fall/Thanksgiving mani!  Hopefully still fly 2 years later... 

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