Manicure: Stamping nail art with Essie St Lucia Lilac and China Glaze nail polishes

I went to see my Gramps and he asked me why my nails were bare. So this mani is dedicated to him. I've seen layered stamping for a while now and wanted to try it out. Here's what I used.
  • Base: Rimmel All White Now
  • Main polish: Essie St Lucia Lilac (Horrendous formula. Four coats on most fingers, three on some. See picture below for swatch)
  • First stamping: China Glaze Spontaneous
  • Second stamping: China Glaze Draped In Velvet (The best polish I've ever stamped with; far superior to the Konad specials)
I really like layered stamping because I think it gives so much depth. Going to try this out in different combos soon.





  1. That's a lovely NOTD...Absolutely loved the color combinations :)

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  2. Love the manicure...beautiful :)

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  3. Love the colours xx

    http://beautyqueenuk.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. I love this! The effect makes the nails look so pretty, I like you colour combination as well.

    Kay.
    www.baninibeauty.com

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  5. Thank you, everyone :D

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  6. Although I'm sure the formula must be awful, it still looks clean in the picture. Cool nail design once again! :) Just got done with finals, now I have a week to catch up on blogging and fix my old posts before my internship begins. xxx

    http://strawberryheartschocolatedarts.blogspot.com/

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  7. This is amazing it looks like water marble to me, so cool!

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  8. Love it, purple is my fav colour so I LOVE anypurple nail designs

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