Today I’m going to show you Color Street Harajuku Hearts. This is a super girl design! The pink has a slight touch of shimmer to it when you see it in real life. Come join my private lazy nail art group to show off your manicures! (Regardless of whether they are Color Street or not!) Click here to join.
Color Street Lover’s Lane is being retired!!! :O It will only be available as long as supplies last. This is too bad because I love this design. It’s simple, fun, and modern. If you like it, too, you better get a set or two for yourself! I have no idea how long these are going to last in inventory.
Right now, I’m wearing Color Street Sunset Canyon. As you may know, I’ve never really been able to master the art of the watermarble, so I was pretty excited when I saw this design. This is the first time I’ve ever been able to wear a perfect watermarble! LOL
This mani is Color Street Casa Batllo. As soon as I put this one on, I knew it was going to be one of my all-time favorite designs. I wore this one for over a week – which is an eternity for me. I freaking love it.
I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about how the removal process is with Color Street wraps. Since these wraps are made of real nail lacquer, the removal process is just like it is with traditional polish! :O :O In other words, all you need is cotton balls and polish remover. :)
I know that with other nail wraps, you need a hammer and a chisel to get them off. Don’t worry. That is completely not the case with Color Street! I plan on doing a video of it soon so I can prove how easy it is, but until then, don’t worry about destroying your nails with these. They last a long time but are also easy to remove! Win-win!
Color Street Moulin Rouge is not going to make it to my favorites list, but it certainly is pretty. I’ve done a few long-style nail art similar to this because I like the lacey look. (Long-style as in I do the art myself and it’s not #cheaterstrips) I really like the look of black lace on red. I think it’s it’s kind of daring and sexy. I can’t quite put my finger on it (hahahahaha) as to why this wouldn’t be in my top 5 favorites. I think maybe it’s because I have so many Color Street designs that I love even MORE.
On this fine Monday morning, I’m wearing Color Street Hollywood Kiss! This is a hot pink french mani look. French manicures with Color Street are so freaking easy and I still can’t get over the fact that there is no dry time. This is the fastest french mani I’ve done in my entire freaking life. It might be the fastest ever in the history of mankind.
Did you know there are at least two – maybe three – ways to save on Color Street orders? No need to look fabulous AND go broke. ;)
You might already know this, but color street is buy 3 get 1 free. Even better than that, the french tips are buy 1 get 1 free! That’s some killer savings right there.
Join the preferred client program. This is a monthly fix of Color Street wraps and will save you 10%. Preferred clients can log in to their account and adjust the items you want in your monthly Color Street box. Mix and match each month to ensure you get exactly what you want!
Sign up as a distributor and get 25% off everything including buy 3 get 1 free deals! :O You can join my team by clicking here and choosing if you want the Deluxe Showcase Kit or the Basic Starter Kit. Not only will you be getting involved in a company that is hitting the ground running, but you will get private access to me. :) What does that mean?
I will teach you how to build an engaged, interested audience
I will teach you how to position yourself to stand out among other nail wrap distributors (including other Color Street distributors!)
You will get to join my exclusive Facebook group where I do direct training with only people on my team.
I will teach you the marketing secrets I’ve learned as I’ve built this business AND my other two businesses. (Let’s just say I’m obsessed with start-up businesses and I can’t wait to share my knowledge with you!)
Earn a few extra bucks a month for ‘fun money’ or turn this into a full-fledged business opportunity for yourself – the choice is yours! Either way, the above promises stand. :)
If you are interested in any of these ways to save, simply click the appropriate links and let’s get started! Or , if you have any questions at all, shoot me an email and I’ll get back to you in two shakes of my puppy’s tail! :)
OMG. I am so excited about this. One of my Facebook fans had the idea of stamping on top of Color Street nail wraps before you put them on your nails. (I tried stamping the traditional way in this post.) If stamping on top of the wraps before putting them on your nails works…then you will NEVER HAVE TO CLEAN UP AGAIN.
That’s right. You heard me. All those “cleanup shamers” in the polish groups who criticize your accuracy….well…this solves all of that!
I decided to try one of the Color Street patterns that I thought was a little too ‘grandma’ for my taste. Today, that design is Rose Path.
The metallic accents liven this up a bit and gives it a youthful flair, but I still think those flowers look like my grandmother’s couch. I like that there are solid silver metallic wraps in this pack to break up the roses.
Ah shit. I just had the coolest idea. I should have stamped some skulls and crossbones on the solid silver ones. That nail art would have been a cool juxtaposition between grandmas and punk.
I guess I better order another set! LOL.
What would YOU do on the solid silver nails to youthen this up a bit??
(Yes, youthen is a word. I just made it one.)
If you order this set and do an awesome manicure with it, make sure to come show it off in my private Facebook group! :D
Today, I’m going to show you Color Street Alpine Freeze. This is a silver glitter with art-deco purple and black lines. This is something I probably could have made with striping tape, but it would have taken 4-evah.
Since this is glitter, it removes the same way glitter nail polish does. (Which makes sense because Color Street is made with real nail lacquer and not like plastic or something like other nail wraps.) Anyway…here’s the technique I use to remove nail polish. (Click here.)
Color street is buy 3 get 1 free. Most people can get two manicures out of one set of strips. Each set comes with 16 nails but if your nails are short enough then you can use one strip with two nails. My nails are short enough to do this and my nails wouldn’t be considered “short.”
The longest I’ve worn a set of these Color Street nail wraps is a full week. They actually still looked great by the end of the week, but I wanted to sport a new mani. :)
As you know by now, I’ve been using a ton of Color Street nail wraps. Well, I wanted to see if I could actually do nail art on top of them. I picked Color Street French Riviera because it’s a lovely blue to silver glitter ombre. I thought it would look pretty underneath a black line stamping design.
I chose Cici&Sisi Plate 13 and Konad Black as my stamping supplies. The awesome thing about this technique is it really cuts down on the time it takes to do some nail art because you don’t have to wait for the base color to dry!! This is going to be a huge time saver for me, yet I still get to be creative and do my favorite nail art technique!! I used Seche Vite to seal in the nail art. It works well on the Color Street wraps as a base because they’re actually made of real polish so they don’t act weird under other nail polish stuff.
Here is what Color Street French Riviera looked before I did nail art on top. It’s a lovely glitter look.
Good evening, y’all! Tonight I’m going to wear Color Street Florentine Mosaic. I’ve had me eye on this design for a few weeks but I was waiting for a special occasion! Well, today is my husband’s birthday and we’re having a big get-together tomorrow. I figured it was finally the time to pull out these bad boys!
These are glitter nail wraps from Color Street which are buy 3 get 1 free! :O
Let’s hear your thoughts. Pop me a comment in the old comment section!
Today I’m going to show you a new Color Street Wraps design and I’m going to show you proof as to why I love them so much more than other wraps.
The application instructions for all brands are the same – Press on to the nail and file off the excess. It really can’t get much more simple than that. Some brands say you can get better results if you get the wraps warm first. Otherwise, the instructions are the same across the board….But the results of the different brands tell another story.
On the left is another brand of nail wraps. I’ve had a lot of practice with wraps and the one on the left is a pain in the ass. It doesn’t sit flat on my super curved nails. It puckers at the apex and at the edges. I can barely even wear them.
On the right are the Color Street Wraps in Mauna Loa. As you can see, there is NO pucker; it’s completely flat against my nail, even at the edges. I didn’t use a heating device or anything. No top coat or basecoat needed. It is so easy-peasy-mac-and-cheesy.