April 24, 2013

GUEST POST: Sincerely Stephanie

This next blogger has been a huge inspiration to me since I started my blog! :) Her nail art is fabulous and she's always coming up with unique manicure ideas (including many skittlette's I admire).

Her nail art today is no exception (it's already given me a few ideas!).

I'm going to let her take over and show you what I mean... :)

I'm so happy to introduce... Stephanie from Sincerely Stephanie!!

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Hi Everyone! 
I'm Stephanie and I run the little Canadian nail art blog Sincerely Stephanie. I am really excited to be guest posting here today on Kelsie's Nail Files! Kelsie is amazingly talented and a fellow Canadian! I completely admire her rocking freehand skills and the super creative stamped looks she comes up with. 

Today I have a combination of freehand and studded look to share with you. One of my absolute favourite colour combinations for nails are black and white. The contrast is so striking and there are so many looks you can come up with. 




For this look I started off with the best white creme ever, Cult Nails Tempest on my index, ring and pinky nails. For my accent nails I used Wet n Wlld Black Creme. For my accent nails I used my slowest drying top coat and then added the silver bullion beads in a straight line up my nail. For the rest of my nails I used black creme and my smallest nail art brush and created some random wavy patterns on my nails until I liked the look of them




This combination is fun and bold and completely out of character for spring, but who says you have to match your nails to the season?! 

I want to thank Kelsie for asking me to guest post for her! It's an honour to be on her awesome blog!! 
I hope all of you are having a fantastic day :D 

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Freehand, accent nails, skittles, stamping, 3D nail art... this girl is such a well-rounded blogger!! 

I love this black and white look, and it is also one of my favourite combinations (that I unfortunately don't do often enough). 

Thank you so much Stephanie for doing a post for me, it is an honor to have you here! :)