Sorry for disappearing like the night, but this time of year is always busy for me, mainly because it’s tax season, and guess who procrastinated again… In any case, here’s a lovely manicure that must have cast its spell on me because I’ve been super tired as of late!
For this new age-y dreamweaver manicure, I started by painting my nails with black gel polish in color 007 Blackpool from Aimeili. I applied and cured 2 coats at 60 seconds a coat in a 36W UV/LED lamp for a perfect manicure.
2 coats of Aimeili gel polish in color 007 Blackpool.
I’m still busy working through my collection of Aimeili gel polishes, so today’s review is on number 113 Strongylodon Macrobotrys, a beautiful vivid sky blue in a creme finish.
Truly a gel polish color like no other! You don’t see blue shades like this that often.
This color really stands out in my collection because it’s not a shade that gets duplicated a lot. It makes me think of fun tropical drinks and blue cotton candy, so you’ll need to have a fun personality to pull this shade off!
It’s nice to see flowers beginning to bloom all over the place! There’s nothing like the beauty of nature to inspire some nail art.
For this lily manicure, I started by painting my nails a lovely sky blue color using polish from Aimeili. This color is 113 Strongylodon Macrobotrys, and I used 3 coats cured at 60 seconds per coat to achieve the nice opaque creme color you see here.
Seems like there’s a lot of talk about jelly polishes lately, especially with the launch of the new sheer tint collection from Maniology. You won’t be able to stamp with this gel polish from Aimeili, but you will be able to create that coveted stained glass look with it!
The jelly polish in question is color 065 Pink Nude, which is a fairly transparent pink tint that resembles rosewater. It comes in a 10 mL bottle and cures in 60 seconds in a 36W UV/LED lamp.
I decided to make a DIY glitter jelly polish out of Aimeili’s 065 Pink Nude gel polish and some pink holographic flakes from Born Pretty. To try to keep things neat, rather than mix the polish and glitter together first, I created a “jelly sandwich” by layering the flakes between coats of jelly polish.
I applied and cured 2 coats of 065 Pink Nude from Aimeili. This color is a transparent pink whose shade deepens with each layer.
In preparation for spring, I’ve got all the pastel colors lined up! Today I’m reviewing Aimeili’s gel polish in 032 Eur So Chic. This mauve toned pink creme is sleek and sophisticated and goes well with all skin colors.