How gorgeous is this polish from ORLY?! It’s called Million Dollar Views and is a stunning copper shade with loads of shimmer/tiny glitter pieces. It’s opaque in two coats and is a new favorite polish of mine!
In the mani below I paired ORLY Million Dollar Views with ORLY Halo (which I wrote about here), and OPI Breakfast at Tiffany’s from the collection with the same name (check out my review and swatches here). I used nail vinyls from What’s Up Nails and striped water decals from BornPrettyStore. Check out the tutorial below to see how I did.
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IsaDora has released a new autumn collection called IsaDora Autumn Rebels with 10 gel nail lacquers + a shiny and a matt gel top coat. If you’re not familiar with IsaDora’s gel nail lacquers, they’re not real gel polishes since you don’t need a UV lamp to cure them, but the finish of them is gel-like and you remove the polish with normal nail polish remover.
According to IsaDora, the Autumn Rebels collection is inspired by a feminine rebel with a trendy, edgy and free attitude. The color range is both warm and cold and in true 70’s spirit with bohemian influences. The collection contains blue, purple, red, pink, orange and nude shades and there is a mix of creme and shiny polishes. What is most exciting though, is the new matt gel top coat which you can use both with the gel nail lacquers and with normal polishes.
To try the new matt gel top coat, I did a nail art using matte and shiny contrasts to create a pattern. All polishes I used are from the collection: 263 Rhapsody Red, 265 Dark Decadence and 211 matt top coat. Take a look at the tutorial below to see how I did this nail art. The triangle nail stencils are from Whats Up Nails and the striping tape is from eBay.
The IsaDora Autumn Rebels collection is in stores now and can be bought from e.g. Eleven. For more of my nail art, visit my my Instagram account @nailsbyic or my YouTube channel Nails by IC .
Disclaimer: This review is based on my honest opinion. I received the polishes as a PR sample but I haven’t been asked to write about them. The blog post contains affiliate links.
Want some cute and simple autumn nail art? I love how this pumpkin design came out! It is very simple and you could do it by just using a toothpick if you don’t have any nail art tools. Check out the tutorial below to see how I did. The polishes I used were IsaDora 833 Bootcut (blue), IsaDora 685 White China (white), OPI Freedom of Peach (orange) and Yves Rocher Vert Pin (green).