Sunday, July 20, 2014

Mustache Nail Stickers

* The following products were sent to me for my honest review. For more information, please visit my disclosure policy.*

Hello Lacquer Lovers! 
Today I'm reviewing the 3D Nail Seal Beard Series Beard Pattern Nail Seal-440 [3D-440] from KKCenterHK. They retail for $1.00USD.
I was so excited when this showed up at my door, but once I put them on, I was very disappointed.

Here you can see four of seven nail designs from the package over Sinful Colors Thimbleberry. 

These designs are easy to apply and are the perfect size were the perfect size for my nails, but the quality was lacking. As soon as I top coated this manicure for photos,
the designs started to shrink up, bubble, and it almost seemed like they were melting. Have you ever put nail polish on styrofoam? It melts right through it.  That is exactly what the reaction reminded me of. 

Do you have any tips for nail stickers? Let me know in the comments!

Friday, July 18, 2014

The Great Nail Polish Giveaway of 2014 {{Nail Polish Canada}}

Hello Lacquer Lovers! 
I am one of the many bloggers who contributed to The Great Nail Polish Giveaway of 2014 hosted by Nail Polish Canada! There can be up to 200 prizes, meaning one person could win 200 polishes!

The polish I contributed to the giveaway was Zoya Ginni.

Enter below for your chance to win!

Other bloggers are giving prizes away, so check out their rafflecopters HERE.  
 Are you a blogger and want to contribute? Go HERE.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Pink Bows

* The following products were sent to me for my honest review. For more information, please visit my disclosure policy.*

Hello Lacquer Lovers! 
Today I have a subtle and simple nail art look, using the N.NAIL QA29 Stamping Plate from KKCenterHK. 

I started the manicure off with two coats of Zoya Rue, which is a subtle blush color. Then, using Sally Hansen Pink Punk and the QA29 plate, I stamped on one of the bow patterns all over my nails.  I topped the look off with China Glaze Fairy Dust to give it an extra sparkle. 

The stamping plate is sold on KKCenterHK's website for $3.00USD. As there are many cute bow designs on the plate, I'm sure it will show up in furture posts.

Do you have any stamping advice? Let me know in the comments below!

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Revlon Nail Art Style Strips: Wild One

Hello Lacquer Lovers!
Today I have a super fun and funky manicure to show you!

I recently picked up a few boxes of Revlon Nail Art Style Strips and so far I'm loving them!
For this manicure, I used Wild One.

Each box contains sixteen nail art strips, an orange stick, and a mini nail file. 

Application is fairly easy. First, prepare your nails by wiping them down with acetone. Then, apply the strips one by one, filing each one down to fit your nails. Lastly, apply top coat to seal in the strips.

These strips are made out of real nail lacquer, so they are easy to remove. They also wear like steel. I've had these on for three days and they look like they did when I first applied them. 

What do you think about nail strips? Do you love them? Hate them? Let me know below! 

Friday, July 4, 2014

Palette Cleanser

Hello Lacquer Lovers!
Happy Fourth of July to my fellow Americans! 
Today I have a palette cleansing manicure, as looking through hundreds of Fourth of July manicures can get a bit overwhelming.


I started off with two coats of Zoya Rue. Rue is a subtle blush color and is opaque in two even coats.

Then I applied one coat of OPI Lights of Emerald City. Lights of Emerald City has large white square and small iridescent square glitters. I had to fish the white squares out, but it gave an overall decent glitter payoff. 

I hope everyone has a safe holiday! :)