Valentine’s Day Design 4; From 2014

Hello! I’m back today with the last design of my unnamed Valentine’s Day series!

A black and gray water-marble.

Super abstract… teehee.

So apparently, these were also anti-valentine’s day themed nails like the 2nd design in this series. So I pretty much did two proper Valentine’s Day nails and two Anti-Valentine’s day nails… now why did I do that? I’m not exactly sure, but it was something different to do, haha. I certainly don’t vibe with the whole Anti-Valentine’s day stuff anymore honestly, but back then I found Anti-Valentine’s day themed very interesting. This manicure only used two nail polishes, Dove by Zoya and Black Crème by Wet n Wild.

I wrote in my notes that I added in some random black dots and hearts using a toothpick, and the same black nail polish I used for the water-marble.

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Zoya Dove:

Wet n Wild Black Crème:


The type of cups I used for water marbles:

Tape + Dispenser (for making clean up easier):

Cotton Swabs:

The nail polish remover I use (my favorite nail polish remover of all time):

Valentine’s Day Design 3; From 2014

Hello! I’m back today with part three of the four-part series!

So many nail polishes were used for this design...

It came out quite nice though.

Many nail polishes were used to make these, but as always I will try my best to link everything down below if you’d like to try the same nail polishes that I used. This design is a black and clear water marble over a bunch of different glitter polishes!

For the base of all the nails, I used Zoya Cassi.
The glitter nail polishes I used for the pink nails were: Butter London Rosie Lee, Sinful Colors Pinky Glitter, Zoya Kissy, Nicole by OPI Haley Good Lookin’… and Sally Hansen Razzle Dazzler.
And, the glitter nail polishes I used for the red nails were: China Glaze Ruby Pumps, China Glaze Pure Joy, and Sally Hansen Cha-Ching! Interestingly enough, I didn’t write down which black nail polish I used for the black and clear water marble, so, my guess is it was either Nicole by OPI Razzle Dazzler or Wet n Wild Black Creme; I used to use those two a lot for water marbles back then.

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Zoya Cassi:

Butter London Rosie Lee (this one is now rare and very hard to find):

Zoya Kissy:

Nicole by OPI Haley Good Lookin’…:

Sally Hansen Razzle Dazzler:

China Glaze Ruby Pumps:

China Glaze Pure Joy:

Sally Hansen Cha-Ching:

Wet n Wild Black Crème:

Nicole by OPI Razzle Dazzler:

Valentine’s Day Design 2; From 2014

Hi there. Today, I’ve got the second design a part of my unnamed Valentine’s Day series from 2014…

This is the Anti-Valentine’s Day-themed nail art, lol.

My Anti-Valentine’s Day Themed Nail Art Lol

I never liked these that much… Lol.

To be 100% honest, I was never the biggest fan of these. I debated very hard on whether I wanted to post these or not. This is, indeed, the second design I came up with for the four-part series, and I thought It’d be weird to post the first part, and not the second, so here we go!

As far as what I used for this manicure, I wrote that I didn’t remember what I used for the base. 😑 This was done over nine years ago so, uh yeah… I did at least write down and remember the rest of what was used! I layered Fabulous Is My Middle Name by Nicole by OPI over whatever the base was, and for the border, hearts, and drips I used Stunning Scarlet by Sally Hansen.

Both of the nail polishes I mentioned here are discontinued, so much to my surprise, I was actually able to still find links to them!

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Nicole by OPI Fabulous Is My Middle Name:

Sally Hansen Stunning Scarlet:

Just another disclaimer: I would never post a link to something from someone I wouldn’t buy from myself. 😊

Valentine’s Day Design 1; From 2014

My first actual “post” on the reboot of my website. 🙂

A design that I did over nine years ago from a little mini-series I created with no particular name. This is the first design out of four that was a part of the series.

Thankfully, I still have details of what I used to create this:

A simple, yet lovely Valentine day themed water marble. 🙂 Right-hand shot.

Left-hand shot. 🙂

For the base, I applied two coats of China Glaze Red Satin.
And for the water marble, I used China Glaze Red Satin, China Glaze White Cap, & Zoya Purity.
After I allowed the water marble to dry a bit, I applied Sally Hansen Sparkling Rose on random areas of the design.
Then, I applied a layered of Orly Shine On Crazy Diamond.

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Link to China Glaze Red Satin (this is a now discontinued nail polish, so it’s not guaranteed how long it’ll still be available. I apologize in advance if it’s not, let me know): N/A

Link to Zoya Purity:

Link to Orly Shine On Crazy Diamond (an all-time favorite glitter polish of mine):

Link to China Glaze White Cap (same situation as with Red Satin; This nail polish is also discontinued):

Sally Hansen Sparkling Rose is discontinued as well, and unfortunately, I couldn’t find it anywhere.

But as always, thanks for reading! ❤️