Feb 202013 Tagged with , , , , , 9 Responses

getting my leopard on with china glaze

In my local Sally’s they have had a few of the china glaze on safari collection. Every time I’ve been in there hasn’t seemed to be any sold. So I waited patiently till they went on sale. Score got them for £2.84 each!

china glaze on safari collection

I picked up elephant walk, exotic encounters and jungle queen. The only other shade I would have liked is I herd that, but I’m not going to die without it. What better time to try leopard stamping than when using the on safari collection polishes.

china glaze exotic encounters

A leopard print person I am not, but I just had to use it when I got these. It took me two times on both hands to get the print right. I filled in the leopard print with my dotting tool.

leopard stamping

The day after my index finger chipped so I decided to keep the accent nail. Now I tried something new and as you will see it didn’t work great.

on safari mix and match

I used striping tape and masking tape. The masking tape didn’t stick to well, so the lines weren’t clean. Jungle queen confused me a bit. It’s a lot darker than it is in the bottle and I found the shimmer only appeared when I applied SV on top. Elephant is a colour I can see myself using a lot; seems I’ve got a thing for greys. The exciting part for me is china glaze works well for stamping.

Products used: Sally Hansen double duty. Seche vite. China glaze in elephant walk, exotic encounters and jungle queen. Bundle monster plate 22. Dotting tool.

Thank you 🙂

%d bloggers like this: