Soft Sienna Silks by China glaze Review! (Bonus stamping NOTD )

Hello my lovely people of the internet!  I’m sorry i haven’t been able to blog more but i really just have a lot to do for school and no time.

Today i used is called Soft Sienna Silks by China Glaze

the formula is watery and its thin, it will take at least 3 coats to get to an opaque color. This is a bronze with tiny specs of shimmer. The shimmer gives it a little boost so its not a boring bronze/coppery color.  It’s very warm and i was honestly a little worried about how it would look with my skin.



It took three coats in order to reach an opacity i am comfortable with. I really don’t like having my nails smile line show through, so i usually like nail polish that is opaque in 2-3 coats.


here is a picture close up of the color and you can see the sparkles/shimmer in it, so pretty.



On to the stamping!

I used my trusty Wet n Wild Black Creme polish. For stamping the plate i used is Viva Mexico Jumbo Plate 1 by Cheeky which you can find for a cheap price on amazon.

oh jeeze please ignore that giant fuzz on my nail! :s


check out that shimmer


and lastly up close and personal with flash


hope you guys enjoy the manicure!

Cheeky Aztec NOTD


Nail confession time: You guys ever have that one nail polish you bought on sale, when you get home you think to yourself when will i ever wear that color?

This is what i did with Essie’s Demure Vixen. I bought it maybe two years ago on sale without seeing any swatches or anything. Don’t get me wrong the color is gorgeous and is this taupe color duo chrome with a purple sheen. I just never knew how i would even use the color because on its own i thought it would look hideous with my skin color.

So for today’s manicure i used Essie’s Demure Vixen as my base color. The stamping images are from the Cheeky Jumbo plate 1 called Viva Mexico! The black polish is my regular Wet n Wild Black Creme.