Colorful Chevron Manicure

I believe I’ve told everyone how much I heart indie polishes. Another favorite brands of mine is KBShimmer, made by Christy Rose. She has such a great creative mind when it comes to crelly glitter bombs, and her creme polishes are to die for!

KBShimmer recently put out a 6th anniversary set of 3 polishes, the Beach Trio. I picked up Beach Please (looove that name), and I also grabbed some of her new vinyls. I bought the single chevron vinyls, and my package came with a free sampling of her zig zag vinyls!

So I wanted to use those babies:

chevron holographic blue fuschia kbshimmer beach please a england tristam nail art

In the past, I’ve used the nail vinyls from Nail Vinyls (aka @teismom on instagram), and I loved them so much! I think I actually like KBShimmer’s chevrons better! That really surprised me. I think they pull up a bit easier. But you can’t go wrong with either brand!

Here’s another pic showing the bottle of Beach Please:

chevron holographic blue fuschia kbshimmer beach please a england tristam nail art

Just look at that bright color! Beach Please is an amazing crelly fuschia that applies like a dream. I used 3 coats of this pinkish purplish polish (say that 3 times fast!). The blue holo is A England Tristam, a gorgeous scattered holo that’s super opaque.

And here’s a close up of my ring finger:

chevron holographic blue fuschia kbshimmer beach please a england tristam nail art

 

I love this look! Super simple to do, and the colors are so pretty.

Do you use nail vinyls? If so, what’s your favorite kind?

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