The theme of Day 29 of the nail art challenge is ‘inspired by a song’. The song I have chosen is a reggae song by Barrington Levy called BLACK ROSES. Here’s the song on youtube. I love this song! It’s part of my reggae playlist and iTunes says that I’ve played it 42 times… but I know it has to be way more than that! I love how he says Oh Ay! at the end of the verses. It totally gets stuck in my head!
I used the Konad M53 stamping plate along with my Konad special polish in black. And my lovely pastel pink polish is my new Wet N Wild Megalast called Sugar Coat. I got it at Walgreens and made out like a bandit. I got 5 polishes all for the low price of $7.22 total! And one of them was an Essie flakie topcoat from the luxeffects collection that was on sale for $2.00! Thank you Walgreens! I am enjoying this mani- sometimes it’s nice to go with a simple stamp design. It’s quick and easy and the color combo came out so delicate and feminine. Oh Ay!
11 thoughts on “Black Roses”
Very pretty. The Wet n Wild polishes are a great product for the price, I am slowly collecting one of each.
They really are great! Cheap and easily accesible- and i love the wide brush on these megalasts.
Thank you 😀
So elegant. I love this look!
Oh, I like this one. Sweet!
Thanks! I think this pink is purty!
Very very purty!
so simple yet so elegant
Normally I don’t like pastel. But somehow I loveeee what you did here. Hmm there’s maybe hope for me… :-0
Thanks! Im glad you likey