Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Untried Indies: Blue and Silver Stamping
I created this look on one hand to work through my untried indies and on the other to show you guys how much I love the Bundle Monster Shangri-la plates and squishy silicone stamper....and M Polish...but you should already know that by now. As usual, check below for swatches, indie review, and video tutorial!
My untried indie for this week is Noodles Nail Polish Fall Waters. It's been almost a year since my last Noodles post! This is one of my favorite lesser known brands, I love all of them. Fall Waters was from last year's fall collection...yup. It's sat untried for an entire year. The shame. It's a gorgeous blue jelly with a sorta glowy metallic finish and flakies! It's got great depth to it and really reminds me of water. It dries to a demi-matte finish, swatches are 3 coats with topcoat for shine. Dry time is about 10 mintues. It does stain skin, so be very careful during application.
I couldn't just let it be since I had the idea for this mani in my head. I used M Polish Sliver of Hope (special edition that's no longer available) to stamp and image from Bundle Monster's BM-S104 plate from the Shangri-La collection, using their XL squishy silicone stamper.
I'm having issues embedding the video so that it will be playable in mobile devices, in the meantime you can watch it here: https://youtu.be/hket4kSSew0
I purchased all of these items myself. Fall Waters is no longer available but you can check out Noodles Nail Polish Etsy site for other great polishes. Sliver of Hope is no longer available, I recommend M Polishes Iron as a great alternative, available here. I bought the other items at www.bundlemonster.com.