Turquoise & Gold

Today I have some nail art for you guys! For me water decals are the quickest and easiest way to decorate your nails but nail vinyls are probably the next choice if I want something quick and easy but still pretty on my nails.

For this look I used first three coats of Zoya Jules as my base color. I've had Jules on my wishlist for quite a while and I finally got it, but I have to say I was a tad disappointed with it. It sure is a beautiful color, don't get me wrong, but unfortunately it has quite thin and watery formula. I used thee coats here and I think I should have used fourth coat on those nails that I didn't decorate too much since it wasn't still really opaque. It's really a shame as it is such a gorgeous color.

I used Mi Vinyls nail vinyls designed by Krista for this look with Essie Garden Variety, Color Club Blue-Ming and there's also Picture Polish Lagoon in the mix too eventhough it's not really that visible.

Oh and I have great news for all you international ladies: the Finnish Mi Nails has now also an online shop for international customers, so you can get these and all the other awesome nail vinyls too! They also sell MILV and Bluesea water decals and ÜberChic stamping plates and mats for a very reasonable price, just to name a few. So be sure to check it out!

Overall I really liked this look. Turquoise and gold is always such a beautiful color combination and you can't really go wrong with it! 

Products used for this manicure
Base coat: KBShimmer Basic Training
Polishes: Zoya Jules (3 coats), Essie Garden Variety, Color Club Blue-Ming, Picture Polish Lagoon
Top coat: Glisten&Glow HK Girl
Others: Mi Vinyls nail vinyls

Which color combo is your favorite one?


  1. Regardless your problem with the Zoya polish, the end result is what matters, and it simply looks gorgeous! The design is modern. I love it! Whish I could recreate it....

    1. Thank you so much! I'm really happy to hear you liked the manicure. :) You can definitely recreate this, it wasn't hard to do at all!