Little Teaser: Guess What Hallowe’en Nail Art I Did Using the OPI Rock Goddess Set

Hey everyone!

Things have been extremely busy, so while I don’t have a regular blog post today, I’d like to give you a little teaser. 😉

Guess what Hallowe’en nail art I did. (Hopefully I’ll be able to show you tomorrow!)

Here Are 3 Hints

1. I used the polishes in the OPI Rock Goddess Mini Lacquer Set sent to me by PR.

(Check out the official press release for it here.)

OPI Rock Goddess

2. I painted my nails with these base colours. This photo shows only 3 of the 4 colours I used. (The yellow, I used on my thumb!)

OPI Rock Goddess Mini Lacquer Set

3. Stay tuned to my Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook accounts today because I plan to share with you a quick peek at the nail art on my thumb.

Then, stay tuned hopefully tomorrow when I can show you the full manicure! 😉

P.S. Remember, my worldwide giveaway for the OPI Pure 18K White Gold & Silver Top Coat signed by Suzi of OPI is still open. Ends November 2 at 12:00 am Eastern!


10 thoughts on “Little Teaser: Guess What Hallowe’en Nail Art I Did Using the OPI Rock Goddess Set

    1. Mary S. Post author

      Hey Icequeen81!

      It’s hard to see in my photos, but there’s multicoloured glitter, which makes it really interesting to look at. First, I thought it was just a pots-and-pan type of shimmery silver, but it’s way more intricate! 🙂

    1. Mary S. Post author

      Hey Melissa!

      I was so excited to do the final reveal of the manicure! Hallowe’en is my favourite holiday, and I loved wearing a different stamped design on each nail! 🙂 Although, this little skittle manicure is fun, too!

  1. Lorraine

    this set is super cute. Love the little skull bracelet and that OPI is including gift accessories on some of their sets. what is more fun than minis?

    1. Mary S. Post author

      Hey Lorraine!

      Agreed! The mini bottles are really cute and collectible. Plus the skull bracelet is a cute touch – definitely gives people even more motivation to purchase the set!

    1. Mary S. Post author

      Hey Lacqueerisa!

      Good guess! I was really close to doing candy skulls, but as you can see in the post after this, I went with nail stamping using cool Bundle Monster plates – a skeleton, tombstone, pumpkin, haunted house, and trick-or-treat message! 🙂 Loved wearing it. (Actually, I’m still wearing this manicure today. Don’t really want to remove it!)


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