Thursday, 14 June 2012

Ethnic Indian Nail Art + Viviana Colour Ecstacy

I am outta town for a few days..and this is a scheduled post.
On my nails today is Viviana's Colour Ecstacy (or Esctasy? M always confused.
Its a creme polish in red-brown, brick colour.

 Application was very smooth and dried fast in 5 mins. Goes Opaque in 2 coats.
Started chipping in 2 days though.
On its own this shade is not very attractive unless u intentionally match it with something on ur outfit/accessory. It looked a bit dull..very terracotta types. So I spruced it up with a bright yellow.

Base: Viviana Colour Esctacy
Stamping Polish: Konad yellow
Stamping Plate: Red Angel (RA) 102
Added dots in acrylic pearl blue using dotting tool

Does it look ethnic indian to you?
Some people told me it's ethnic looking (meaning gujju..LOL!)

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*Disclaimer: Polish sent by brand for review. Opinions are my own.


  1. Totally adore that nail art, though I think gold polish instead of yellow might have looked better. Any idea how well do gold polishes work while stamping?

    1. Yeah gold wud hav been better..but most gold polishes we hav here dont show up well as stamping polishes

    2. I think it looks great with the yellow.

  2. Lol... dont know abt gujju looking but definitely desi style...
    i love color combos and you dont use a top coat???

    1. most top coats bleed the stamping..I've only jus got seche vite and plan to use that as my top coat now

  3. This is gorgeous. I love the colours used.
    I really need to get me some stamping plates! xxx

  4. wow.. it's really beautiful!! I like it :)
    where to get all these tools from?

    Maybe you have time to read my New Post- Similar Difference


  5. The design looks great. Love the color combination. But the base color looks a little bit streaky...doesn't it?


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