June 11, 2015


Indian Nail Stamping

India is the next plate I decided to try from the Around The World collection by +Bundle Monster.  I chose bright colors with gold accents since many Indian saris are vibrant in color.

There is a really cool elephant on the plate, but right now my nails are too short.  But in the meantime, I really love all the paisley and floral patterns.

Nail Polish

Polish Used:
  • Maybelline Color Show - Pink Shock
  • Sally Hansen Insta-Dri - Rapid Red
  • Gap - Midnight Purple
  • Bundle Monster Stamping Lacquer - Liquid Gold
  • Base and top coats
Other Supplies:
  • Bundle Monster stamping plate - BM-XL154 (India plate)
  • Rubber stamper
  • Makeup sponge
  • Bundle Monster gold metal nail confetti - four petal flowers
  • Blue round studs
  • Gold round flat studs
  • Gold rimmed stone charm
  • Krazy Glue

This design would look great in any combination of colors.  To create this look:
  1. Apply a hot pink base color.
    Pink Base Color
  2. Use a wet makeup sponge to create a hot pink and red gradient (it is hard to see in this pic).
    Gradient Nails
  3. Use purple polish to stamp the various paisley designs on each nail.  There are a variety of different patterns, so you can use a different one on each nail.
    Paisley Stamped Nails
  4. Use gold stamping polish to stamp the dotted pattern at a diagonal across each tip.
    Gold Stamped Nails
  5. Add gold four petal flower confetti to the index, middle, and pinky fingers.
    Confetti Nail Art
  6. Add a blue and gold studs to each of the same nails.
    Stud Nail Art
  7. Glue a gold rimmed stone charm to the ring finger.
    Indian Nail Art

Here's a shot with the bracelet I received in my most recent Rocksbox, a Margaret Elizabeth Teardrop Bangle in Fuchsia.  It matched perfectly with my nails.  Don't forget to use coupon code lacqueredlawyerxoxo to get your first month free from Rocksbox.  Who doesn't love free?  it is definitely worth a try!
Paisley Nail Art


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