My nails have been kind of a mess so far in 2015. I'm not sure if it was the seesaw weather affecting them...one day it's snowing, the next day it's 60...or what the issues were, but I feel like I've had more breaks and cracks so far this year than ever before. They seem to finally be making a comeback though. I'm hoping that with the weather starting to level off, and a little extra TLC, they'll be back to normal shortly. Luckily, I came across a handful of looks from late last year that I had stored away on my desktop, but for some reason just never got around to posting. This first manicure started off with 2 coats of Zoya Loredana. On top of that, I stamped a design from Pueen plate PUEEN13 using China Glaze I'd Melt For You.
I didn't really buy many Christmas themed polishes this past winter, but I wanted to get my hands on I'd Melt For You, from the China Glaze Twinkle Collection 2014, specifically to use it for stamping. Swatches I'd seen of it online reminded me a bit of China Glaze Millennium. And Millennium, as well as most of China Glaze's chrome-like polishes, always stamps really well.
I'd Melt For You did not disappoint either. I'm not sure, if worn as a full coverage mani, that I'd Melt For You would have the same mirror like look as Millennium does, but it worked great for stamping. I need to do a side by side comparison of I'd Melt For You and Millennium to see if I like one more than the other. Zoya Loredana is a matte finish polish, but I did top this look off with one coat of top coat to protect the stamping. I think Loredana looks just as great top coated as it does when left as a matte finish.