Whats Up Nails - Nail Vinyls

Hi my lovelies. Today I would like to show you a few examples of nail art that I made using the lovely nail vinyls from Whats Up Nails. I used to play with nail vinyls a lot more in the past and they were usually simple chevron or zig-zag shapes. But lately many nail vinyl companies came up with so many different shapes and patterns and they are really wonderful. Let’s take a look at some awesome nail art and if you like what you see, I am sure you can easily recreate it. Also, just wanted to let you know that I have a coupon code for my readers. Use PAULINASPASSIONS10 at the checkout to get 10% off on you nail vinyls purchase.

If you are not familiar with nail vinyls, they are stickers to use for nail art. Thanks to nail vinyls you can achieve much crisper lines or patterns comparing to free hand nail art. You simply apply your base color, wait for it to dry completely, and then stick the vinyl in the desired position and apply another color (or colors). Remove the nail vinyls before the second color dries. I hope it makes sense.

First up is a very simple design with a Moroccan pattern. I used Cirque Colors Reflektor for my sparkly silver base and I paired Cirque Colors Rhapsody Blue with it. I think this cobalt blue looks beautiful with metallic polishes.

Nail Vinyls - Moroccan Pattern

Second up is a pretty pastel geometric nail art. I started off with a silver holographic base, which is Mod Lacquer Zero Point and I topped it with Polished by KPT Under The Limelight for an extra sparkle. Once the base was dry, I applied the X-shaped stencils and sponged a tri-color gradient in pastel colors. I used Color Club Blue-Ming, Dance Legend Ludmila and China Glaze Spring In My Step.

Nail Vinyls - Geometric Pastel Nail Art

Another nail art was made with V-shaped chevron vinyls. I started off with my regular base coat, then I applied the nail vinyls and made a negative space background with China Glaze Spring In My Step. Then I stamped some chevrons at the top of my nails near my cuticles. I added some bright flowers Using Picture Polish Magenta and Madam Glam Aqualicious. This one is quite cute, but I am not sure about the color combination.

Nail Vinyls - Chevron Floral Nails

Lastly, we have these elegant nude chevrons. The beautiful nude base is from Pink Princess Nails called You Give Me Butterflies. I used my V-shaped chevrons again and made a rose gold accent with Cirque Colors Halcyon and at the end I applied some black polish at the tips of my nails and topped it with a holographic micro glitter.

Nail Vinyls - Nude Chevron Nails

What do you guys think? Are you using nail vinyls often? I think it’s a great nail art supply. You can create awesome nails in seconds and it’s really foolproof.

If you are interested in purchasing some nail vinyls, please visit Whats Up Nails. Their products are very affordable and you can still save 10% with the code PAULINASPASSIONS10. Worldwide shipping available!

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The products in this post were provided for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

  • You created some awesome manicures using their nail vinyls. I’ve been wanting to try some of them out too.

    • Thank you Lisa. There are so many nail vinyls to choose from and they are all great!

  • Wszystkie zdobienia są śliczne, wyjątkowo urzekło mnie to kobaltowe – kolor w połączeniu z delikatnym wzorem wygląda tak pięknie, że oczu nie można oderwać!

  • Oh my goodness, this post just got better and better with every look you did! I love every one!

  • Oh wow!!! Every single look here is absolutely gorgeous!! Amazing work Paulina!

  • This is an amazing review! I love each mani you did! I can’t ever get the hang of nail vinyls so I’m slightly jealous of the amazingness you created! :) Great job!

    • You said the same about stamping and look at you now! I am sure you would nail some vinyls too.

  • You’ve done these vinyls justice. The manis are simply stunning! I saw these on Emily’s blog and have already picked out a few that I want to try.

  • O.o that last look, the way you combined the different finishes and negative space, it’s perfection!