Friday, September 7, 2012

20% Cooler (Guest post by Lindsey of Neverland Nail Blog)

Hello there!

My name is Lindsey and I'm visiting from Neverland Nail Blog. The lovely and talented Jessica graciously asked me to prepare a guest post for her since she is busy welcoming baby Gabrielle to the world, and I was more than happy to help! Since many of you are meeting me for the first time, I felt it would be most appropriate if I "introduce" myself with a mani that represents my style and love for color. Well, what better way to do that than with a glittery version of my favorite technique?! I used a base of SinfulColors Cinderella (3 coats) topped with a reverse gradient of Rainbow Honey 20% Cooler. Check out these cute nails =]!

What do you guys think? I'm a huge fan of this look! Then again, it's rare that I'm not a fan of glitter...or a gradient.

A special thanks to Miss Jessica for allowing me to do this guest post for her =]! Wishing you, your family, and baby Gabrielle the absolute best! I expect some uber cute pictures of mommy and baby ASAP ;D

Have a fabulous day, everyone!


Lindsey, I love this manicure so much! Cinderella is one of my favorite colors even though it's so hard to capture the awesome pink shimmer/flecks throughout it on camera. The various colors in 20% cooler are amazing! It looks like a rainbow exploded on your nails =) Thank you so much for taking the time to write up this guest post for me as I take the time to care for Gabrielle! Lacquer Luvers, please head on over to Neverland Nail Blog to check out more of Lindsey's work. She has a really unique style and is always coming up with new techniques that are fab!


  1. awesome! interesting idea to apply the glitter on that part of the nai:)

  2. Hey, those nails look familiar...thanks for letting me write this guest post for you, Jess =]!

  3. Yay! I love 20% Cooler and Rainbow Honey and this really showcases the fantasticness =D

  4. Gorgeous! It looks like her nails grow glittery ;) Congrats on the new baby!

  5. Very beautiful glitter gradient.

    I Should use my 20% cooler. :-)