I stamped a favorite design from Lina Nail Art Supplies You’re a Damasque plate using Hit The Bottle Oh look...It’s Wine Thirty and my Big Bling from Clear Jelly Stamper.
I’ve been using this clear jelly stamper a lot recently and I think I’m finally getting a feel for it. Applying the right amount of pressure is critical with this stamper, and I used a lighter roll to pick up the design from this plate that has shallower etching.
Next, I applied a thin coat of Akzentz Shine On to my ring finger and placed a Rose Gold Circle Frame from Ocean Nail Supply. I filled the circle with Artbeads Swarovski Flatback in Rose Gold ss12.
Then I placed Daily Charme’s Queen’s Lace Rose Gold charm followed by more rose gold flatbacks in ss9 and ss7 and cured the nail.
Last I applied Akzentz Shine On to my middle finger and scooped on Daily Charme’s Metallic Rose Gold Glitter. I tapped off the excess and cured the nail.
The first time I used loose glitter with gel polish in a holiday design I adhered it using the inhibition layer, but it didn’t hold up very well. It really becomes one with the nail when it’s applied directly onto wet topcoat as I did here! The surface had a rough texture but the glitter stayed put.
(clockwise from top left with brand links)
Cirque Colors Halcyon, Cirque Colors Ambrosia, Glisten & Glow HK Girl Fast Drying Topcoat, Hit The Bottle Oh Look…It’s Wine Thirty, Akzentz Shine On gel topcoat, Daily Charme Rose Gold Metallic Glitter, Lina Nail Art Supplies You’re a Damasque
Ocean Nail Supply Rose Gold Circle Frame, Daily Charme Queen’s Lace Rose Gold charm, Artbeads Swarovski Crystals ss7, ss9, ss12 in Rose Gold
As you may be able to tell from the slew of photos, this design was a favorite for me! Do you enjoy rose gold too? How about the loose glitter trend? I look forward to hearing from you!