Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Glittery Spider Web Nails

Hi Hi!! I have some cute Halloween themed nails to share today! Back in 2012 I did some spider nails (click to take a look!) and decided that I felt like painting some spiders today. I also thought it'd be cool to look back at some old Halloween posts and try one out again.

Sabrina's Nail Blog Glittery Spider Web Nails

I only used 2 polishes for everything today! I applied a purple polish that has different sizes of magenta sparkles. I thought it'd just look nice as a base. Then I used a silver polish to paint some spider webs on two nails. On the rest of my nails I painted on a few spiders.

Sabrina's Nail Blog Glittery Spider Web Nails


My spiders aren't the neatest but I really liked how it all turned out! I like that it was just 2 colors and doesn't look too plain. I think its probably because the base polish is glittery. I'm also really glad that I didn't default to my usual orange and black for this design haha! 
I hope you liked these as much as I do!
Thanks for checking out my blog :)


What I Used:
Base: Noir by Zoya
Silver: Ice Queen by Nanacoco

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Glowing Halloween Stripes

Hello!! Halloween is less than a week away! I'm so excited :)
Today I did some really simple nail art. It's really not much of a Halloween theme but I did use Halloween colors and they glow!

I wasn't really too sure of what I wanted to do but I had some glow polishes that I wanted to use, so I just started painting. I painted some black, orange, and silver stripes. I added an accent nail in a silver holographic polish. I used a non glowing polish to add some accent lines on all the nails.

Sabrina's Nail Blog Glow-in-the-dark Halloween Nails

Its not much but the cool part was how it all glowed! The orange, black, and holo all glowed different colors so in the dark they looked nice. They didn't look very Halloween-ish in the dark haha!

Sabrina's Nail Blog Glow-in-the-dark Halloween Nails

Even though these nails weren't anything special I still hope you liked them :)
Thanks for stopping by!!



What I Used:
Orange: Orange You Sunny by Serum No. 5
Black: Lights Out by Serum No. 5
            Black on Black by Sinful Colors
Silver: Glow-stly by Little Lacquer Bean 
            Ice Queen by Nanacoco

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Friday the 13th Nails

Hello!! I have some fun horror movie inspired nails for you today!! I was inspired to do these nails by a Friday the 13th marathon on TV and by this instagram picture my friend, Sara, posted last week. Her nails were so cute I decided to try them out and add my own little spin on it.

I started out by painting my middle nail white and the rest of my nails black. I used some browns to lightly sponge over the white nail and give it a dirty look. My photo really didn't pick up on that detail :/ I used an online picture of Jason's mask as reference when dotting on the black holes and red marks of his mask. On the ring nail I painted on a bloody machete. For the thumb nail I used a white to paint on a 13 and once again I added blood dripping off the numbers. On the index and pinky nails I painted on even more dripping blood!

Sabrina's Nail Blog Friday the 13th Jason Voorhees Halloween Nails
(please excuse the smearing on the mask nail :( I didn't wait long enough before topcoat)

I really like how they turned out! Lots of blood lol! 
I hope you enjoyed this post and check back soon for more Halloween themed nail art! Thanks for stopping by!



What I Used:
Black: Black on Black by Sinful Colors
White: Snow Me White by Sinful Colors
Red: Phat Santa by China Glaze
         Ready! Aim! Fire! by American Eagle
Browns: Nomadic in Nude by Color Club
              Earthy Angel by Color Club
              Nirvana by Sinful Colors
              Rebel Spirit by Color Club
Gray: Cream Soda by Ciate
Silver: Ice Queen by Nanacoco

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Halloween Marble Nails

Hi Hi!! I have a new Halloween design to show you! I've been seeing lots of plastic bag (ziplock) marble nails around and decided to give it a try. I also used Halloween colors!

I started out by painting all my nails with a base color of black or orange. Once they dried a bit, I added a few random drops of black and orange to a nail. Then I placed a little piece of a cut up sandwich bag over the nail and lightly pressed before removing it. I worked on one nail at a time.

Sabrina's Nail Blog Glowing Marble Halloween Nails

The ending result was a sort of marble look. They don't look as nice as others I've seen but I still like them. I think they look pretty cool! I only used 2 colors to do the marble but most I've seen used 3. I'm not sure if it makes a difference but I'll test it out later. 

Sabrina's Nail Blog Glowing Marble Halloween Nails

On two of the marble nails the base was black and orange for the other two. I like that they both look different. To give the whole look something extra I added an accent nail of orange and black rhinestones. I also used an orange glow-in-the-dark polish cause why not!

Sabrina's Nail Blog Glowing Marble Halloween Nails
(as always my camera hates helping me capture glowing nails)

I hope you liked this post and thank you so much for checking out my blog!



What I Used;
Black: Black on Black by Sinful Colors
Orange: In My Back Pocket by OPI
              Orange You Sunny by Serum No. 5

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

1, 2 Freddy's Coming for You

Hello!! Today I'm back after a full week of feeling unmotivated to paint my nails. I guess we all need a break sometimes :/ I was just having a hard time with thinking of what Halloween nails I wanted to do but luckily I came up with something today! 
I recently watched a Nightmare on Elm Street 2 on Netflix and it got me thinking about doing Freddy Krueger nails. I didn't have much of a plan when I sat down to do these nails but I did have colors in mind. 

Sabrina's Nail Blog Halloween Freddy Krueger Nails

I started out by painting all my nails black. I painted Freddy's glove on my index nail, his creepy face on the middle, and his sweater stripes on the ring. For the thumb and pinky I used a glitter polish called Elm Street that I hadn't gotten around to using before and I thought what better time than now :)


Sabrina's Nail Blog Halloween Freddy Krueger Nails

I'm really happy with how they turned out considering I had no real plan. I really love the sweater stripe nail, it's my favorite! 
Thank you for stopping by my blog and checking out this post! 



What I Used:
Glitter: Elm Street by Pretty Serious
Greens: Artsy Crafty by Color Club
             Beau Khaki by Sinful Colors
Black: Black on Black by Sinful Colors
Browns: Rebel Spirit by Color Club
               Chocoholic by Orly
               Nirvana by Sinful Colors
               Earthy Angel by Color Club
Reds: Bordeaux by Essie
          Phat Santa by China Glaze
          Ready! Aim! Fire! by American Eagle
Silver: This Gown Needs a Crown by OPI

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Velvet Goth Gradient

It's already October! My favorite time of year is here and I'm so excited for all the Halloween nail art! I had planned on starting the month off with something more challenging for myself but didn't get the time for it, so today I just have a really simple gradient.

I finally bought the Velvet Goth collection by Models Own and wanted to try some colors out. I choose the black and deep green to use in a gradient. The colors just felt very fall and Halloween-y to me. I used a makeup sponge to blend the two colors together and the polishes dried to a nice, soft matte finish. I took a picture of how my nails looked without any top coat. 

Sabrina's Nail Blog Models Own Velvet Goth Gradient

I wanted to add a Halloween stamp over so I picked out some creepy looking zombie hands. I had planned on stamping over all the nails but I just couldn't cover up how pretty the gradient looked on its own so I only stamped two nails as accents. I added a topcoat and it made the gradient even sparkly-er!

Sabrina's Nail Blog Models Own Velvet Goth Gradient

I'm really liking these Velvet Goth polishes. They look so nice on their own and with topcoat! I'm also happy with how this quick design turned out. It's not much of a Halloween themed design but at least it's something to start off with for the month :)

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you check back soon!


What I Used:
Green: Absinthe by Models Own
Black: Obsidian by Models Own
Stamp: Black by Konad
Plate: BM-H08 by Bundle Monster

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

China Glaze: Boundary of Memory Chevron French Nails

Hello :) I have a gorgeous polish to show you that I recently bought at Sally Beauty Supply. It's Boundary of Memory by China Glaze. It's part of The Giver collection which is a limited edition collection. I saw the display and this polish was one of 2 glitters in the collection and it just stood out to me. It reminded me of some on the old 2 coat glitter polishes that were around a few years ago.

Boundary of Memory is such a nice polish! I wish all glitters were like this. It's a clear base with densely packed black, gold, and copper micro glitter! I only needed two coats for opaque coverage and it went on so easy. This polish has a perfect glitter formula, not too thin and runny or thick and goopy. I'm so happy I picked it up.

Sabrina's Nail Blog China Glaze Boundary of Memory Chevron French Nails

I don't usually like gold or copper but this glitter just looked so nice. I really like that the mix of colored glitters makes it look like a sparkly brown in some lights. It'll be a really pretty polish for autumn!

Sabrina's Nail Blog China Glaze Boundary of Memory Chevron French Nails

When I tried the polish on I loved it so much that I decided to do a chevron french design in black and gold. I completely forgot to get a picture of Boundary of Memory by itself! At least most of the nail is the gorgeous glitter so you can still see how great it is. 
If you love a nice micro glitter with a 2 coat formula I'd really go out and find this polish, you won't be disappointed with it :)
Thank you for checking out this post, I hope you stop by soon for more!



What I Used:
Glitter: Boundary of Memory by China Glaze
Black: Black on Black by Sinful Colors
Gold: Love.Angel.Music.Baby. by OPI

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Moon & Star Nails

Hello :) Do you ever paint your nails just to paint them and then come up with an idea out of nowhere? Well that happened to me and what I ended up painting ended up pretty cute!
I had just don't a sponge gradient going from blue to teal. I wasn't even going to post the gradient, it was just for fun and nothing too special. When I was done I took a look at my nails and they sort of reminded me of a night sky. I thought they'd look cute with a moon painted on so I thought it wouldn't hurt to try it out and a while later I ended up with these moon and stars nails!



Sabrina's Nail Blog Moon & Star Gradient Nails

I started out by painting a crescent moon on my middle nail in silver. Then I dabbed on some sliver glitter to add some sparkle to the moon. After I finished that I thought it'd be cute to paint on some stars so I used the silver to do that on two nails. When I was done with that I used the glitter polish to paint the last two nails. It all looked so pretty together that I had to post it!



Sabrina's Nail Blog Moon & Star Gradient Nails

I always find it weird when something like this happens. I just didn't want naked nails and wasn't trying to do anything creative. It just goes to show that when you least expect it creativity just happens and sometimes the end result is good!

I hope you enjoyed this post and check back soon for more!



What I Used:
Blue: Summer Stargazing by I Love Nail Polish
Green: Rehab by I Love Nail Polish
Silver: Push and Shove by OPI
Glitter: Pirouette My Whistle by OPI