Fuchsia and Silver Traditional Nail Art

Hello Girls, I have a pretty and festive nail art to share with you today. Although stamping with Silver/Gold over dark gorgeous base is always a hit, for some reason I avoid it. It always turns out gorgeous in least effort . I think that is why I avoid it, because I like the suspense of nail art turning out be a hit or a miss. Anyways, I wanted to use some silver, bling and glamour in my nail art. Tell me did I succeed?

Bright Pink and Silver Traditional Nails

For the base I used Nubar ‘Purple Mania’. Well there is nothing Purple in the polish. Its bright brilliant pink. I apply it when I just want to look at something bright and pretty. The polish is undoubtedly gorgeous. I mean , who doesn’t get swayed by a good pink.

Fuchsia and Silver Traditional Nail Art

For stamping I used BornPretty Store Stamping Plate. I mean BPS rocking Stamping Plate world these days. They sent me this plate for review. Even had they not sent, I would have bought it. Each and every image of this plate is so lovely and usable. I can’t tell you how often I turn to it.

BPS Vintage Damask Plate

You can buy it here and also gt a 10% site wide off by using by coupon code HQBQ10. The stamping is done by Barry M Silver Foil. Its pretty opaque silver which stamps impeccably.

Fuchsia and Silver Traditional Nail Art

As I said, I was looking for a little bling too. I topped my silver nails with a coat of Starilly ‘Ultima’. I can’t tell what insane silver holo it is. I can see all colors on its specs but I have totally failed on capturing it. Don’t blame me, its raining crazy here and there is no sun. I will swatch and review Ultima next month.

Fuchsia and Silver Traditional Nail Art

Finally, I finished my nailart with my favorite Seche Vite. How do you find it? I find it gorgeous and festive. It looks very traditional due to the pattern and color combination. I cannot stop imagining how stunning a Saree would look with similar print and color combo.

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