Guest post: Jemma from Eeeek! Nail Polish

Hello lovelies,


Beginning today I am on almost three-week holiday so I will be publishing some guest posts from other bloggers from around the world and the posts will be mixed with my own as well.


I'd like to start the series with fellow British blogger Jemma from Eeeek! Nail Polish. Jemma does plenty of nail art including stamping, freehand, embellishments, sequins etc. I've asked Jemma to guest post for me because I love her nails, pictures and I see a lot of potential in her :) Let's check out her post



Hey there!


It's Jemma here from Eeeek! Nail Polish. Firstly, I'd like to say a big thank you to Lucy for giving me the opportunity to do a guest post for her wonderful blog - I'm so thrilled to be here! When Lucy contacted me to see if I'd like to do it I jumped at the chance :-) but then I had the difficult task of deciding what to do! So after much hmm-ing and ah-ing (and some ARGH-ing when things didn't go to plan lol) I have a little bit of stamping with a little bit of bling to show you. For this manicure I used:

  • Essie - In The Cab-Ana (from the 2013 Resort collection) 2 coats
  • O.P.I - My Boyfriend Scales Walls, 2 coats
  • Konad plate M51
  • Konad Stamping polish in black
  • Seche Vite


Essie - In The Cab Ana Essie - In The Cab Ana 2


I started of with 2 coats of In The Cab-Ana on my pinky, index and thumb then two coats of My Boyfriend Scales Walls on the 2 remaining nails. I then put a coat of Seche Vite on them all and once dry, I stamped the image down the side of each accent nail. I then used a fine paint brush to fill in some of the petals and a dotting tool to go over the centre of each flower. Finally I added some rhinestones (gotta have a little sparkle!) and then carefully (as stamping can sometimes smudge) put another layer of topcoat on.


Thanks for reading and I hope you liked it!



Beautiful, right? Don't forget to visit Jemma's blog and show her some love! You can also find Eeeek! Nail Polish on Facebook.


Thank you Jemma for the great post, I personally have almost resigned on stamping so I'm sure my readers will appreciate some nice stamping design.