Guest Post From Manis & Makeovers: Sparkly Manicure with Indie Polishes

Good morning all! Today I’m welcoming Lothwen from Manis & Makeovers – she’s created something really sparkly and lovely so be sure to keep reading. 

Hello lovelies!

I’m Lothwen from Manis & Makeovers and I’m very honoured to be guest posting here for Jessica! I hope everything is going well with her and the baby! Babies are awesome 😀
I concocted a mani for which I used three different indie polish brands. These days with all the MNP drama going on, I want to emphasize the fact that this is an isolated incident and that other indie brands should not be mistrusted! So I used three of my faves: Ms. Sparkle, My Indie Polish and Incidental Twin Nail Polish!
I started off with a base of My Indie Polish “Sadness”, a gorgeous lilac sparkling holo.
Then I created stamping decals, using Born Pretty Store BP-L027 and Incidental Twin’s Squeeze Pop collection, a set of awesome jellies that are perfect for all kinds of nail art, like I did here! I used Red, Blue, Violet and Indigo flavours.
On my index and pinky I created a gradient with Ms. Sparkle’s Sheer O’Magic jellies, which contain Nfu-Oh like colour shifting flakies! To finish it off, I dotted some black at the base of these nails.
What do you think of these? I hope you like them! And I wish Jessica and her husband lots of happiness with the newest addition to their family!

Thank you, Lothwen! I adore this super sparkly look, just what’s needed today. 🙂 Indie polishes are just awesome, and you’ve certainly proved it. Please leave Lothwen a comment letting her know what you think!

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