I have to admit, I love perfection, or at least I want certain things to be perfect, my nail shape, the wheather, my caramel macchiato, etc. When I am searching for inspiration on what to wear, I love looking at pristine nail polish swatches. I am so glad to have found this blogger, someone who understands that any nail polish looks beautiful, if its applied the right way. Today's guest is someone that lives up to her blog name: The Polished Perfectionist. She is one of the best bloggers I have seen. Her amazing swatches and attention to detail always leave me breathless, I mean just look at her perfect nails, they are perfect! I kid you not, right before I started blogging, I read her entire blog in one night, post after post, clicking "older posts" yes please, let's continue, and I liked every single post. When I was done, I was like "wow" if I do open a blog I want it to be something like this. I absolutely love her work. So hard to pick a favorite, but one of the manicures I liked the most was this one. I could go on and on about how perfect her swatches are, but I'll pass on the microphone to her now.
Please check out her blog: http://the-polished-perfectionist.blogspot.com/
Guest blogger of the month on Sparkly Vernis, wow, what an honour! Thank you so, so much for having me, Alexandra. ♥ Your lovely blog is the right place for drooling over gorgeous layerings. You always pick the best combinations and there's never a lack of sparklies.. I lóve sparklies!
For this post I used a couple of my favourites: the colour green, the floral image from Konad plate m64 and one of Zoya's sparkly masterpieces. I couldn't show nails without some sparkle, could I? ^^ I'm really happy with the result, I like how the dots kinda look like gems. What do you think?
Thanks for watching"
Color Club Milky White Base Coat
2 coats of Catrice Run Forest Run! (there are two versions, this is the new one)
Konad image plate m64
Konad Special Nail Polish in White
Zoya Ivanka (dots)
INM Out The Door Top Coat