My Christmas Nails 2018 | | My Month in Nails Polish | Blogmas 2018



Happy Christmas Eve! I've been having so much fun writing Blogmas posts this week! I thought today I'd share all the festive nails I've been doing this month. I got the China Glaze Resting Grinch Face mini set in November and have been playing with it all month! Here's what I've been doing with it.


First I had to do a nail look with all the colours.




Definitely not favourite. The high glitter colour in this set has too much blue for me. I like Christmas to be reds and greens and white and gold. But still, this was cute.


Then I took my first look and changed the middle nail to the glitter colour over a SinfulColors white.


I was able to get most of the blue out and the gold holo pieces were easier to see.





Then I took some inspo from a Redditor who sent me a photo of dotted Christmas nails. I couldn't find my dotting tool for the life of me but since I was using mini polishes I did alright dotting with just the brushes. I did my middle nail with the glitter colour in the set.





I loved the dotted so much that I did it again but this time with a red accent nail. I decided to do my pointer finger since there was more room on my middle finger for the dots.




Then comes to today. I was going to do a red and green gradient but these polished would not blend together. So I decided on red nails with candy cane accents. I free handed the red stripes with a toothpick because I couldn't find my nail art brushes. I added a \Wet N" Wild scattered holo over the accents.









I love the way these turned out. Even if the lines are little wonky. Did you do any Christmas nails this year? Send me a photo on twitter @ZombieGoddessxi. I'm looking for ideas for next year.





PRODUCTS USED:


China Glaze Mini Set in Resting Grinch Face


SinfulColors Nail Polish in Snow Me White


Wet n Wild WildShine Nail Color in Kaleidoscope


SuperChic Lacquer Marvel Macro Top Coat (Quick Dry)


SuperChic Lacquer Bring It On! Base Coat




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Photo Credit: Photo taken by me with a Canon EOS Rebel T5 with an 18-55mm lens and edited by me in Photoshop.

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