Press Sample: Squishy Plum
I feel like I haven't done nail art in ages! With the passing of yet another birthday, I've been mourning the loss of my mid twenties. I'm getting old. So, so old. I shouldn't be worried about me age, but I can't help it. It's left me uninspired and just feeling blah.
Don't mind me being melodramatic. Keep on reading for how to recreate this rose nail art that's perfect for autumn!
China Glaze Prey Tell
Rica Squishy Plum
Rice Glossy Glam
MoYou London Pro XL 23
After asking for some inspiration on my Facebook page, many of you suggested I try out some more stamping. I had on China Glaze Prey Tell and decided to give it a go.
I stamped the roses over Prey Tell using Rica Whiteout. This is my favorite white ever. It's super opaque and perfect for stamping. I topped it with some Glossy Glam because I thought I was done. It didn't look quite right to me so I had to add to it.
Two coats of Squishy Plum gave me this look. How perfect is it? You can use the jelly polishes from Rica in so many ways. One coat was nice, but two coats gave me a richer look. I topped this with Glossy Glam even though Squishy Plum was shiny on its own.
I love this look! I think it's finally gotten me out of my funk. Would you try out this look?
Rica jelly and stamping polishes are available through Etsy.
They can be used alone, for stamping, or for nail art. Best of all, they're 3-free!
Each full size bottle is $7.00 USD plus shipping.
Products in this post were provided for an honest review.
All opinions are unbiased and were not influenced in any way.