Today we will venture to an old pirate's cove, where shipwrecked treasure is hidden beneath the jetties and low lying rocks. Beware! The pirates may still be guarding their wealth of pearls, gems and gold.
Using Konad white special polish, I stamped the skull and crossbones from design plate T29. I was really delighted that my pearls fit the eye sockets perfectly. I couldn't resist! I created a funky french using two kinds of crushed shell. Laura from Sawan had sent me some beautiful grey shell that composes the majority of the tip. Lavender shell from Art Club is used as a highlight.
Michael is a gorgeous purple shimmer. There is a hint of inky blue to this shade. I continue to be amazed by the artful complexity of BB Couture for Men polishes.
I am wearing three coats of Michael, more out of habit than need. Most BB Couture polishes require three coats for my long nails. Michael seemed opaque at two, but I kept on painting. Unless you are mesmerized by the subtle shimmer, you will likely be pleased with a two coat application.
I hope you enjoyed my pirate Halloween manicure. Those are some of the most joyful skulls I have ever encountered.
The lavender crushed shell is from the Art Club sprinkles line. These are available at Sally's retail locations and on-line at sallybeauty.com. A review sample was sent to me.
Image plate T29 was provided for my consideration. To view the entire line of nail art stamping plates, please visit chez-delaney.com.
BB Couture Michael was sent to me for review. The Infamous Lovers Men's Collection is available for purchase at overallbeauty.com. Would you like the opportunity to win your choice of five polishes from Infamous Lovers Men's or Ladies' Collections? Stop by Trick-or-Polish?: A Halloween Giveaway! to enter. The last day to enter is October 18th.
Happy painting, ladies!