Tuesday, August 18, 2015

BMC Aint No Basic B!tch Speed Gel Collection Swatches and Review

Hello there! It's been SO long. My full time job pretty much took over my life for a while, so actually getting on my computer to write a blog just didn't happen. As I always promise, I will try to be better about uploading my regular nail art.

Okay, so today I am going to show you the Speed Gel collection by Bundle Monster called Aint No Basic B!tch. This is one of my favorite collections yet. :)


So one of the awesome things about this gel is that it is one step! You don't need a base or top coat to use it. I love that! I just filed the surface of my nails a little to get rid of the shine, wiped with alcohol and started my mani! I cured each coat in my LED lamp for 60 seconds. Another thing that's awesome - these are all just two thin coats! And of course, the colors are gorgeous!!! Love this collection!

This first color is a gorgeous black!! It is filled with tons of holographic glitter! I love it! Will definitely be using this a lot this fall/winter! It's called You're So Tragic! 


I also used the Bundle Monster Shangri-La Nail Stamping plate collection to do a little art work on the mani's. Here is the one I did on You're So Tragic. It's a Aztec kind of feel I think.

Shangri-La Nail Plate BM-S102: Everlasting Sun



The next color in this collection is a bright and shimmery bubble gum pink! I adore it. It's called Pink Wednesdays. As I mentioned above, this is just 2 thin coats. 


I used this adorable star blossom pattern with a bright pink polish to give the mani a cute and floral vibe. 

Shangri-La Nail Plate BM-S104: Cosmic Blossoms



This next color is a really pretty shimmery blue, though in my pictures it comes up a little more blue/green. This color is so much more pretty in real life. I just couldn't do it justice. It's called So Fetch!



For this mani I used the Shagri-La plate just to give a little accent. I like how it turned out.

Shangri-La Nail Plate BM-S102: Everlasting Sun


The next color I have to show you is a verrrry shimmery lime green. Just look at all that shimmery goodness. This one is called Cheeky. Unfortunately, my picture with nail art for this picture did not come out. Boo. :(


Wooo! Look at this super bright pink!!! It's called Can't Sit Here and it's a goooorgeous pearlescent hot pink. I love this one - I think it's my favorite. I think.... ;)


I used some black stamping polish to get this look using my Shargri-La plates. Then I added some black studs to finish off the look.

Shangri-La Nail Plate BM-S108: Fountain of Youth



Last color is another gorgeous one. This one is packed with glitter and really shines in real life.
Its a pinky purple color and it's called Drama. I didn't use a on of my stamping plates to decorate because I thought the color was gorgeous on it's own. So, instead I added a crown charm. Get it? "Drama" queen. I know, I am hilarious.



So that is the entire Aint No Basic B!tch Collection. I really love this collection and really love speed gel! I hope they make more and more gel collections in speed gel. It's the best!

You can get the whole collection or singles here

The Shangri-La Nail Stamping plate collection is a set of 10 square stamping plates. You can view all plates and purchase in singles or the set here. I had no issues with the plates and look forward to using them more. 

I hope you liked this post and hope to be back very soon! But until then, you can always catch me on Facebook (Shannas Nail Adventures) and Instagram (@ShannasNailAdventures). Come see me!

Until then - have a wonderful day/night/week...whatevs. LOL!

<3 Shanna



















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