Sunday, May 5, 2013

Nailnation 3000 review No Rest For The Wicked and Glam Bot

Hello all,

Sorry I haven't posted anything in awhile.... Life got hectic for a little bit. I am back now and am going to try and post once a week.

Anyway today I have some Nailnation 3000 polishes to show you... I have shown you one of them before but now I have added some accent nails to go with it :)

So below are the items that I used...
(Left to Right:) NailNaition 3000 - Skunk Base coat, Glam Bot, Striping tape, No Rest For The Wicked  and Seche Vite

First I have to say that I love LoVe LOVE the Skunk Base Coat. Yes it has a funny name but that it because this base coat is stinky... Not so stinky that it will run you out of the room but just enough that I would not recommend sticking up to your nose and taking a big whiff. The smell goes away as it dries leaving no smell at all when it's completely dry. It dries mildly sticky ( not sticky like if you pet your cat your will have furry nails lol but sticky in a good way ) which makes your polish stick to it better. I have soooooooo much less chipping when I use this as my base. 

Let me show you some pictures of the mani then I will tell you about the polishes and how I made this mani:

No flash

With flash BLING!

With flash  BLING!

Direct Sunlight

In direct sunlight... Look at NRFTW Glow!

So obviously I started with the Skunk Base Coat then did a coat of No Rest For The Wicked on my first, middle and pinkie fingers and Glam Bot on the ring and thumb. I used two coats of both colors and waited for them to completely dry. While they were drying I cut my striping tape into pieces and stuck them to my desk for easy access later. After about 20 minutes or so I carefully put the striping tape onto the Glam Bot nails in the pattern I wanted, in this case quilted/squares/windows which ever you want to call it, and then painted one coat of No Rest For The Wicked over the tape. Waited about 15-20 seconds and then started removing the striping tape in the reverse order of which I put them on (last one first and so on). I have found that if you pull the tape off while the polish is still wet, before it gets tacky or dry, that there is much less of a chance to pull up more than what is on the tape. Now that is just what works for me I don't know if that's how you are supposed to do it or not. Again waited for that to be completely dry then topped with a coat of Seche Vite. (Make sure to wrap the tips)

No Rest For The Wicked (priced at $13.00 USD) is a black holo that is just to die for. The holo in it glows whether you are in the sun or not. It's a one to two coater depending on how you like it. I personally always do two coats just to make sure everything is covered (that and I have OCD lol)

Glam Bot (priced at $13.00 USD) is a barbie pink holo that is awesomely bright (but not shockingly bright, She has a couple BRIGHT Pink holos though. Check out her page). Kinda sheer in one coat but completely opaque in two.

I love using striping tape because there are so many uses and designs you can make with it.  I got mine from ebay for like $2 (USD) shipped for 10 rolls.

If you would like to get your hands on or check out any of Maria's AWESOME polish you can find her is a couple different places.

On Llarowe Here just click on Nailnation on the left side
On Facebook Here There is an album (NailNation 3000 Polishes ON SALE NOW :)) with all the polishes that she currently has on sale 
On her Envy Store Here 

She releases polishes randomly so make sure you like her facebook page. Oh and she posts previews of polishes before she releases them too so you can start your lists of MUST HAVEs before they go on sale.

I hope you have liked this post and if you have any suggestions on what I should do next or what you would like to see more of please leave in it the comments below!

Thanks for reading!