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REVIEW: Elizavecca Milky Piggy Bubble Carbonated Bubble clay mask #KBeauty

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask @iamcherrylemon

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask @iamcherrylemon

Hello everyone! Hope you’re well and enjoying the warmer and brighter week days!

Today’s review post is on one of the most fun and iconic product by Elizavecca. Elizavecca is a Korean skincare brand and it has a wide range of skincare products. Most are effective and kind to the skin. I do like this range alot :)
This is a well known and trusted brand, products are hot sellers on many KBeauty sites which is a very good sign!

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask @iamcherrylemon

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask @iamcherrylemon

This has also caused a huge problem as there are many imitations of their products. These imitations are so alike that you would require an expert to tell them apart.

Fortunately, Elizavecca has made it easier to identify genuine products. Each product would have a verification code that you can use to check it’s  authenticity on Elizavecca’s official website.
But to check you would have to buy the suspicious item first! So I should suggest that you only buy these from trusted KBeauty online merchants. Save you a lot of hassle :(

Use Elizavecca QR code checker (link here)

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask (Authencity Code) @iamcherrylemon

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask (Authencity Code) @iamcherrylemon

The packaging
At a glance, it is the standard trademarked Piggy on the packaging. Appeals to the general public in Korea, it does look cute and instantly recognisable.
Standard plastic tub with screw top lid, air tight cover to keep the clay mask fresh and away from moisture. There is a small plastic spatula inside the packaging.

Very important note: keep the inner air tight lid closed when not in used, any additional moisture and exposure to oxygen will activate the bubbling effects of the clay mask. Once activated, the clay mask will be ruined and won’t work next time!

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask @iamcherrylemon

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask @iamcherrylemon

The product
Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask is a bubbling clay mask that promises to clean your pores and help with removing black heads.
This mask is an unique blend of carbonated water, it contains Green tea, Pomegranate extract as well as Charcoal powder. The Charcoal powder with bubbles  can deeply penetrate the pores to remove dirt, sebum and impurities.

It is said to be suitable for all skin types. It is also recommended for makeup removal but I am a bit OTT and would prefer to use proper makeup remover. I have not tested this clay mask for makeup removal!

Fragrance/ Texture
The clay mask is of a funny texture, very jelly-like and goopy. The dark grey clay mask smells clean and not muddy at all.
Once applied onto the skin, the colour turns slightly lighter and it starts to bubble up within minutes. Be cautious, it is best not to use too much product especially around the eye area.

Effectiveness
Following the proper usage of the mask, the skin feels clean and bright without the tightness. So I know it hasn’t strip the natural oils away. The skin is soft to the touch. I’m loving this!

How to use?
1. Apply the clay mask directly onto dry, uncleaned face using the spatula provided.
2. Wait for 5 mins for the bubbles to start activate.
3. Leave on for another 5 to 10 minutes and massage the mask with wet/damp hands for extra cleansing.
4. Rinse off with warm water and apply toner afterwards.

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask (Tryout) @iamcherrylemon

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask (Tryout) @iamcherrylemon

Price: $12.59 free delivery from Amazon

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask @iamcherrylemon

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask @iamcherrylemon

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask @iamcherrylemon

Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask @iamcherrylemon

Overall Summary: 4 out of 5. A really good and fun mask to use, leaves the skin feeling soft and very clean. Fabulous for oily combination skin.

Thank you for reading and have a wonderful week ahead.


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My Skincare Empties – August 2015

2015 August Empties from Cherry Lemon Beauty Blog @iamcherrylemon

2015 August Empties from Cherry Lemon Beauty Blog @iamcherrylemon

Hello! It took me forever to collect enough used up products to compile an empties blog post! Gosh, the effort!  :P
This is because the products I don’t like or not enjoy using will remain half used… very wasteful I know :(
And I open another bottle before I know it! Anyhow,  let’s begin!

For Hands & Body!

2015 August Empties (CO Bigelow Lemon Handcream, Liz Earle Orange Flower Botanical Bath Wash and Aveeno Daily Moisturising Lotion) from @iamcherrylemon

2015 August Empties (CO Bigelow Lemon Handcream, Liz Earle Orange Flower Botanical Bath Wash and Aveeno Daily Moisturising Lotion) from @iamcherrylemon

C.O. Bigelow Lemon Hand Treatment

Ultra Moisturising and Skin-Brightening Formula (Bath & Body Works 85g) $16
This is my staple hand cream for many years, I love this stuff. It contains lemon oil, lemon extracts, grape seed oil and licorice extract. This hand cream smells deliciously like lemons. It’s sweet and refreshing at the same time.
The hand cream doesn’t take long to be absorbed into the skin. It leaves my hands moisturised and nourished.
I would definitely repurchase if I get to visit US again :)
Score: 3 out of 5

Aveeno Daily Moisturising Lotion, 200ml
This is my holy grail body lotion, I’ve an in-depth review post here.
Absolutely love this stuff, I’ve two extra backups of this lotion!
This is widely available in chemists and drugstores. I buy mine from Costco! :P
Score: 5 out of 5!

Liz Earle Orange Flower Botanical Body Wash, 200ml
This is truly a heavenly body wash! It smells amazing, very natural and relaxing.
This body wash contains naturally active ingredients and pure essential oils to lift the spirits and scent the skin. It cleans well, I better mention this before I forget! It does leave the skin soft and smooth, even Mr Lemon loves using this body wash.
Big thumbs up!
Score: 4 out of 5

£13 for 200ml from Boots.com

For Cleansing!

2015 August Empties (Banila Co Clean it Zero Cleansing Balm Classic and Clarins Toning Lotion) from @iamcherrylemon

2015 August Empties (Banila Co Clean it Zero Cleansing Balm Classic and Clarins Toning Lotion) from @iamcherrylemon

Banila Co Clean it Zero (Classic Sherbet Cleanser)
A k-beauty product I got from my old Memebox days. This is probably one of my favourites. I have fallen in love with cleansing balm for makeup removal. This cleansing balm is affordable, smells like sorbet and it cleans amazingly well. I can’t fault it, hence I’ll retire my Emma Hardie cleansing balm and start using my backup purchase of this Clean it Zero!
Score: 4.5 out of 5

Clarins Toning Lotion with Iris (alcohol free) 400ml @ £24.50
To me, the job of a toner is to remove all the last traces of makeup and cleanser residue. Hence this forms the last step of my cleansing routine day and night.
The toner liquid is soft green, and has a faint fragrance to it. It might irritates the sensitive skin but it seems fine on mine.
A toner for removing leftovers from facial cleansing and preparing your skin for moisturiser/serum. It contains purifying plant extracts which helps to tighten pores and refreshes the skin.
The skin feels soft after application for me, but not sure about pores being tightened. I would recommend this for oily gals out there without sensitive skin. The alcohol free formula ensures your skin is not left dry, tight and stripped of natural oils.
I enjoyed using this but I won’t be repurchasing this. I love my Elemis toner too much that I have to go back to it now ;)
Score: 3 out of 5

For Facial Skincare!

2015 August Empties (Sarah Chapman Skinesis Intense Hydrating Booster and Vicioni Super Aquq Soothing Serum) from @iamcherrylemon

2015 August Empties (Sarah Chapman Skinesis Intense Hydrating Booster and Vicioni Super Aquq Soothing Serum) from @iamcherrylemon

Sarah Chapman Skinesis Intense Hydrating Booster
This is a lovely serum for dehydrated skin. It doesn’t feel heavy for oily skin,  it re-hydrates my skin enough for the next morning to look like I’ve had a facial! My full review of the product is here.

Score: 4 out of 5

Vicioni Super Aqua Soothing Serum 30ml, RRP $29

I’ve received this from one of my favourite Memebox collabration box with Soothing Sister (Stephanie Villa). This serum contains 100% natural ingredients and packed with vitamins and seas minerals. This serum works very well for me, with nightly use, my skin feels hydrated and very cooling. I like this serum so much that I have bought two more backups! I am not sure what I will do when I run out of it! As I currently cannot find an online K-Beauty retailer that sells it!

Score: 4.5 out of 5

Yes… for me to use up the whole bottle/tubes of product, I really have to like it enough ;)
Thank you for reading and have a great weekend ahead.


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NOTD Neon Gradient Manicure with Stamping, Moyou London Illusion Collection Plate 05

NOTD Neon Gradient Manicure with Stamping Moyou London Illusion Collection Plate 05 @iamcherrylemon

NOTD Neon Gradient Manicure with Stamping Moyou London Illusion Collection Plate 05 @iamcherrylemon

Hello there! I am joining the colourful clan in terms of manis! Today’s gradient mani is using neon polishes, these colours are so popular for this summer right now.
What I have used for this mani:

  • Models Own Iced Neon polishes in Pink Punch, Bubble Gum, Luis Lemon and Pukka Purple
  • Mundo de Unas stamping polish in Black (my new favourite!)
  • Essie nail polish in Blanc (for base colour to make the neons brighter!)
  • NYX polish in Black
  • Various coloured rhinestones (for use on accent nails)
  • HK Girl Fast drying top coat
  • Tools: A makeup sponge, a cleanup brush with acetone!
  • Moyou London Illusion Collection Plate 05

The Stamping Plate – “Illusion Collection Plate 05” from Moyou London @ £4.99

Moyou London Illusion Collection Plate 05 (Image Credit: moyou.co.uk)

Moyou London Illusion Collection Plate 05 (Image Credit: moyou.co.uk)

Illusion is one of the newer collection launched earlier this year, I have only just got my hands on plate 05. I like the simple yet effective designs.
I cannot fault Moyou London plates, they have become my favourite stamping plate makers as all their plates are easy to use and easy to clean. A good variety of designs across the range. The only thing is that some of the designs are only available in standard sized images and not in XL. This is only a problem if you have longer nails thou! So it might not affect you! :)
Thanks for reading and have a great day :)


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NOTD Blobbicure, an easy and free hand nail art technique

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NOTD Holographic Blobbicure using Colour Club Lacquers in Angel Kiss, Harp on It, Eternity Beauty and Cloud Nine @iamcherrylemon - Shortcut

Hello everyone! It’s Wednesday finally :) hope your week is going well!
Today I’m sharing a new nailart technique I’ve been meaning to try for awhile. Blobbicure! It is very beginner friendly, easy to do and all you need is some patience while the polishes dry!

How to do Blobbicure?
You’ll need to prepare your selection of colour polishes to use for the blobs, base colour, a base coat and top coat.
I find it easier to attempt 1 finger nail at a time.
Apply base coat on all nails, paint 1 or 2 coats of base colour (I chose black).
Before it dries, start to drop blobs of colour polishes onto the base colour. This will magically form colour blobs.
Repeat on other nails.

Let dry and apply top coat.

What did I use?
NYX nail polish in Black
Colour Club holo hues in Eternity Beauty, Harp on It, Angel Kiss and Cloud Nine.
Seche Vite fast dry top coat
Essie Nourish Me base coat

The beauty of this nailart technique is that you don’t need any tools! I would like to try this again, possibly blobs within blobs :D

Thanks for dropping by and have a great day!


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Burberry Eye Colour Cream Shadows in No.100 Gold Copper and No.102 Mink, Photo Swatches and Review #BurberryBeauty

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in Gold Copper and Mink @iamcherrylemon

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in Gold Copper and Mink @iamcherrylemon

Morning there, how are you? Retail therapy strikes again (at me obviously!). I was browsing the internet last week and realised Burberry has launched a new line of cream eye products, call the Eye Colour Cream! There are 8 colour variations available. The colours look great on the webpage but it was not easy to pick the colours! So I picked Gold Copper and Mink, thinking these might be easier to use for the summer months and great for everyday use.

These glass jars might look familiar, I have got the Cheek Lip Bloom which also come in a glass jar (reviewed here)! These things are looking cuter by the minute. Ok, ready for a quick review?

Burberry Lip Cheek Bloom in Poppy, Eye Colour Cream in Gold Copper and Mink @iamcherrylemon

Burberry Lip Cheek Bloom in Poppy, Eye Colour Cream in Gold Copper and Mink @iamcherrylemon

I received these pots with next day delivery last week, and have been using them for a week :)

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in Gold Copper and Mink @iamcherrylemon

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in Gold Copper and Mink @iamcherrylemon

Official DescriptionA creamy, blendable eye shadow that delivers an effortless wash of luminising colour. The cushion-soft, lightweight cream eye shadow glides across the skin to deliver illuminating colour that can be easily blended to create a bespoke finish. The long-lasting, crease-free formula can be worn alone to add tone, depth and shadow or combined for a more dramatic result. Using the unique, flat-angled brush, it can also be applied as an eyeliner along the upper or lower lash line.

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in Gold Copper and Mink @iamcherrylemon

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in Gold Copper and Mink @iamcherrylemon

Packaging: These glass jars are great to look at and stackable. They won’t look out of place on your pretty vanity. For me, I do prefer travel friendly packaging. These are pretty weighty. Each cream shadow pot comes with a retractable angled brush. I can imagine myself losing these brushes already…. They are small!

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in Gold Copper and Mink wiuth Brush @iamcherrylemon

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in Gold Copper and Mink wiuth Brush @iamcherrylemon

Product/formulation: The formula is not like your average cream eye shadow, this has no oily feel to it at all. It is almost dry and velvety to touch. Yet it spreads and blends easily on the eyelids without dragging. I prefer to use my fingers to apply and blend the shadows. The brush is better used for apply these colours as liner.

The 2 colours I have are both *luminous*, basically not matte!

Burberry Beauty Eye Colour Cream in No.100 Gold Copper @iamcherrylemon

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in No.102 Mink @iamcherrylemon

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in No.102 Mink @iamcherrylemon

Colour/Pigmentation: The colour is not super intense but you can build on it pretty quickly. For the photo swatches, I have used 2 swipes of each colour and photos were taken in natural indirect sunlight. I wished we had brighter sunlight today for better swatches. I might redo these in the near future.

The Gold Copper has a more noticeable sheen to it than Mink. These 2 colour work well together.

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in No.100 Gold Copper and No.102 Mink Photo Swatch @iamcherrylemon

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in No.100 Gold Copper and No.102 Mink Photo Swatch @iamcherrylemon

Longevity: I did not expect the cream shadow to last as long as it did without eyelid primer on my super oily lids! I got around 6 to 7 hours wear out of these, By the end of the day, it started to fade at the outer corner area. All in all, I am happy and impressed with its performance.

Overall Summary: I am in love with the colours! I would like to get my hands on Dusty Pink and Dusty Mauve next! Although, these are pretty pricy at £25 a pot! 4 out of 5 from me!

It would be fantastic if Burberry woud release colour coordinated palettes with these shadow formula. Hint hint! ;)

Price: £25 for 3.6g Burberry Online

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in Gold Copper and Mink @iamcherrylemon

Burberry Eye Colour Cream in Gold Copper and Mink @iamcherrylemon

Oh and I have another cheeky purchase! My brand new sunnies! These are square so they look lovely on my round shaped face :p Do you like these too?

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Burberry Oversize Square Frame Sunglasses @iamcherrylemon

Thank you for dropping by and have a great week ahead.


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NOTD Pastel Gradient and Holographic Fishes! Moyou London Origami Collection plate 05 #StampingDecals

NOTD Pastel Gradient with Holographic Fishes / Moyou London Origami Collection Plate 05 @iamcherrylemon

NOTD Pastel Gradient with Holographic Fishes / Moyou London Origami Collection Plate 05 @iamcherrylemon

Hello and Happy Sunday! Moyou London has recently launched a brand new collection called “Origami”. It has many origami related designs, some are very pretty, intricate and some are super cute. I’ve selected few plates to play with and I’m using plate 05 for today’s manicure.

I’ve started off with a pastel gradient using the 2 Barry M Gellys. Topped with Essie luxe effect to give the “sea life” scene a little magical feel!
I’ve created 4 DIY stamping decals using the Origami plate. The images on this plate are adorable!!

What I’ve used for this manicure:

  • Moyou London Origami Collection plate 5
  • Konad special stamping polish in White
  • Barry M Gelly Nail Paints in Elderberry and Prickly Pear
  • Essie luxe effect
  • Color Club holographic polishes in Harp on it and Eternity Beauty (for decals)
  • Hk girl Fast drying top coat
Moyou London Origami Collection plate 05

Moyou London Origami Collection plate 05  (Credit Image: http://www.moyou.co.uk)

Thank you for reading and have a great day!!


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NOTD multicolour Chrome gradient manicure

NOTD Chrome Gradient Manicure (Models Own Chrome Gold, Pink and Green Nail polishes) @iamcherrylemon

NOTD Chrome Gradient Manicure (Models Own Chrome Gold, Pink and Green Nail polishes) @iamcherrylemon

Morning!! Today’s manicure is a new gradient try-out using three chrome polishes by Models Own Chrome Collection (recently reviewed here).

These polishes dry really quickly so when I was completing this gradient manicure, the damp sponge really helped and it creates no streaks! So if you do like these chrome polishes, you might want to sponge the very top layer instead of painting it. Quite high maintenance I must admit! Guess it depends on how much of a perfectionist one is (I’m not).

NOTD Chrome Gradient Manicure (Models Own Chrome Gold, Pink and Green Nail polishes) @iamcherrylemon

NOTD Chrome Gradient Manicure (Models Own Chrome Gold, Pink and Green Nail polishes) @iamcherrylemon

For this manicure, I’ve used Chrome Gold as the base colour, spot gradient using Chrome gold, pink and green. A make-up sponge and Seche Vite fast dry top coat. That’s it!

These polishes look very lovely in a gradient, don’t you think? The colours merge nicely and easy to apply. No streaks!

Other NOTDs using the same Chrome polishes  #1 (Double Stamping) and #2 (Floral Pattern).

Thanks for looking and have a nice day!


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Review: WondeRuci Cacao Brightening Mask #KBeauty

WondeRuci Cacao Brightening Mask @iamcherrylemon

WondeRuci Cacao Brightening Mask @iamcherrylemon

Hi there! Hope you’re having a great week so far. I’m back with a review post on a pot of Korean face mask.
This is no ordinary mask… this mask smells, looks and feels like chocolate!! Oh yummy! I have tried couple of chocolate masks from the drugstores and I did enjoy them :) full review here.

What is this?
WondeRuci Cacao Brightening Mask is one of those well known Korean facial masks. Possibly made famous for being part of an extremely popular Memeboxes. I didn’t get mine via Memebox but I did learn about it being a well loved product by many KBeauty enthusiasts.

Packaging: This jar of chocolate mask comes in a sophisticated frosted glass jar with a silver twist top lid. Very grown up, so you can imagine who are the targeted buyers for this!! The pink outer box has English instruction printed on it.

WondeRuci Cacao Brightening Mask @iamcherrylemon

WondeRuci Cacao Brightening Mask @iamcherrylemon

Product: This mask looks just like chocolate; it has the consistency of a jar of Nutella! This is probably slightly thicker and gluey, but smells more like chocolate than Nutella! It is very thick but not too hard to spread onto the face.

Formulation: We all know chocolate is great for our skin, it contains antioxidants, vitamin C and omega 6 fatty acids. This mask claims to moisturise, declogs pores and brighten your complexion.
The mask is not easy to rinse off, I did have to use the loofah pad to remove it, followed by a gentle facial gel cleanser to remove all traces of it.
Very sticky!

WondeRuci Cacao Brightening Mask @iamcherrylemon

WondeRuci Cacao Brightening Mask @iamcherrylemon

WondeRuci Cacao Brightening Mask @iamcherrylemon

WondeRuci Cacao Brightening Mask @iamcherrylemon

Scent/fragrance: Smells deliciously like real chocolate, there is no doubt about that and it lasts while it’s in your face too. Please try not to lick it. I haven’t tried but I can’t imagine it tasting like chocolate too.

Effectiveness: This mask only gets a Ok from me. Deal breaker… It is a brightening mask but I didn’t find it too effective. My skin had a slight reaction after use (red patches) which I’m very surprised about. I do not have sensitive skin and it doesn’t react to normal skincare products.

Price: 100ml for $30 USD from TesterKorea
Also available on amazon.com and other major KBeauty online specialist sites

How to use:
1. Using a spatula to scoop out the rich and creamy mask
2. Apply directly onto your cleansed face,  avoiding the eye area
3. Relax and let the mask work on your skin for 15 to 20 minutes
4. Rinse cleanly with warm water and follow by your normal skincare routine

WondeRuci Cacao Brightening Mask @iamcherrylemon

WondeRuci Cacao Brightening Mask @iamcherrylemon

Overall Summary:
Not a product that I would recommend to everyone.
This is a disappointing product for me, as I had high hopes for it being a great mask. It probably does not suit my oily combination skin. Back to my English drugstore hot chocolate masks!

 

Thanks for reading and have a great day :D


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NOTD Summery Dry Marbling (messy) manicure!

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NOTD Dry Marbling Manicure @iamcherrylemon

Hello! Happy Saturday!!

Today I’m sharing another of my first attempts with you! This time I’m trying dry marbling nailart technique.

It is actually incredibly easy to do. My left hand version is much nicer than my Cindy hand. But it’s OK, this manicure supposed to look messy anyway :P

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NOTD Dry Marbling Manicure @iamcherrylemon

What I’ve used for this manicure:

• Nails Inc nail polish in William Mews
• Rimmel London Lasting Finish nail polish in Your Majesty
• Rimmel London Salon Pro in Purple Rain
• Essie nail polish in Blanc
• Inm Out the Door Super fast drying top coat
• And a toothpick!

How to:

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Dry Marbling - Drawing Patterns @iamcherrylemon

Paint your base colour. Before it gets too dry, dot some random coloured polishes around. Draw/drag the blobs of polishes around with the toothpick. It is that simple!
Wait a few minutes, paint a fast drying top coat for the shine and protect your *hard work*.
I repeat this step for rest of the nails.

I’m liking this technique, hope my next attempt will look more impressive than this one!
There is so much you can do with dry marbling. The colour combination, the patterns, each nail looks like a mini piece of art :P

Have you heard of or seen Murano glass? Beautiful European glassware craft pieces… Artisans make jewellery, decorative pieces and vases using this Murano crafts.
I’m sure it can be mimic on nails, using a clear base instead of a white/colour base colour ;)

Anyhow, hope you like it too and have a go as well!

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NOTD Dry Marbling Manicure @iamcherrylemon

Thanks for reading and have a fab day.


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NOTD Distressed Neon Manicure using dry brush technique

NOTD Neon Distressed Manicure (Dry Brush Technique) @iamcherrylemon

NOTD Neon Distressed Manicure (Dry Brush Technique) @iamcherrylemon

Morning! Happy Sunday!

For Today’s manicure, I’ve combined a new nail art technique (new to me!) and a hot summer nail art trend. Dry brush technique is super cool and super easy to do!

As you can see I can probably improve on the dry brush part! It doesn’t look as “cool” as it should! But I’m pretty happy with the colours. The neon studs were a fabulous addition, love them!

What is dry brush technique?

It really is what it reads! Using a dry nail colour brush!

On a base colour, use a dry brush to paint abstract or graffiti-like strokes.

To get that, you just wipe off majority of the polish on the nail colour brush. I only made sure I deposit it all back into the bottle. Test the “dryness” on a piece of paper before painting my dry brush pattern…. Sounds 10 times more difficult than it really is. But it really is simple to do :)

What I’ve used:

  • Illamasqua nail varnish in Force (Dark purple blue)
  • Illamasqua nail varnish in Collide (Neon pink)
  • Essie nail polish in Blanc
  • Models Own nail polish in Neon Yellow
  • Colour Club nail polish in Cloud Nine (holographic)
  • Neon yellow and pink square studs

Neons are wonderful colours to use in summer manicure. They looks so good against tanned skin and have such a fun presence on any mani! Must make more use of these neons :)

 

Thank you for reading and have a great week ahead!

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