Opi Nail Envy Hawaiian Orchid floral stamping

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Hello everyone!
Just stopping by with a super quick post today. A floral stamped manicure using Opi Nail Envy Hawaiian Orchid as my base and an image from BornPretty store  Bp-L015. 
I really enjoy a nice simple stamped manicure and I hope you do too! There is just something about a light floral on a neutral base... I think I will always have a spot in my heart for every extremely simple manicure I wear.

You can save 10% off non sales items on BornPretty using my code LFG10 linked in the sidebar.

The Nail Envy Strength in Color retail $17.95 usd each and can be found at Ulta and other retailers across the nation.


Thanks for hanging out with me! Until next time! 
Xo,Lo


*items shown in this post were sent for swatching and or review from the company, all opinions are honest and 100% my own. 

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20 comments

  1. Absolutely beautiful. So delicate and feminine. Love!

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  2. Absolutely beautiful. So delicate and feminine. Love!

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  3. I love the look of delicate mani's, something vintage about them. Just beautiful x

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  4. Gorgeous mani….the stamping is beautiful.

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  5. Beautiful! I love your choice of colours- it definitely adds to the soft feminine feel!

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  6. Such a gorgeous mani. I love soft feminine manis like this every so often. It looks great on you!

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  7. This is so pretty and delicate. I love the light stamping over the pinky-nude base.

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  8. Beautiful! I love how delicate this is!

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  9. So delicate and perfect for the shift in seasons. Muted but still fun!

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  10. Simple, elegant, and unique! I love your stamping over this color.

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  11. I need to find an actual OPI color that looks exactly like Hawaiian Orchid! It's so pretty.

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  12. It's so very feminine and pretty. Love

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  13. I use Nail Envy all the time but I had no idea they made colors with it in it.

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