Blush Lacquer The Golden Hour with Floral Stamping and Beauty Big Bang Multichrome Gems | BeautyBigBang

Blush Lacquer The Golden Hour with Floral Stamping and Beauty Big Bang Multichrome Gems

Oh hello! So I just found out I'm going on vacation! It was in the works but officially booked AND pushed up to July 25! So I'm trying to schedule some posts, but if you see a more quiet blog in August, that's why! I'll be on the road for 2 weeks traveling and decided not to bring any laptops/tablets. Anyway, today I have a pretty manicure with multichrome everything, so let's get to it. 


Here's the pod of multichrome gems. Aren't they pretty?! There's three different sizes. I used the medium and small gems because I knew I would rip off the large ones (after a while, I HAVE to pick at rhinestones LOL and I knew I would rip off those large ones).


Nail Rhinestones


I decided to pull out a polish I bought at Polish Con in April, Blush Lacquer The Golden Hour. I used three coats of The Golden Hour. It's an auburn based polish with a green and gold multichrome shift and holo flecks. It needs top coat to be smooth. 

In my middle nails, I used the Morgan Taylor Floral Stamping Plate! Their plates are etched so well and I never have an issue with it! I first stamped with Color Club 24 Below and then stamped with Jessica Cosmetics Boho Chic (the green). I like how the colors all bounce off each other!




I added the medium sized gems on my outer nails (and my thumbs). Then I used the smallest rhinestones to add a center to the floral stamped image. I sealed it all in with two coats of top coat and wore it 5 days before I just HAD to pick off the gems. LOL.



You can really see the gorgeous shift of Golden Hour below. I kind of wish this were more green based than brown but it's still pretty!



Make sure to check out the 5 other colors of the crystal rhinestones ! There's actually 6 different colors click here(nail rhinestones), all with the aurora borealis shifts and each retail for $1.99. You can get probably 30 manicures out of this, depending on how many you use per nail. 


Article By: Ehmkay Nails


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