I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season! Sorry for being gone for so long! I’ve made it one of my resolutions to blog more, and more regularly. Continue reading
Almost at the end!
Inspired by artwork. Continue reading
I’m back! Sorry it’s been so long. Work and my birthday and just not having the motivation to be creative made my blog suffer. I’m back on track though and I’m excited about upcoming posts (not nail polish related!).
Today’s mani is inspired by fashion. I thought for a while about what to do with this one and came up with something simple, but iconic. (In my opinion anyway).
I used Black Out from Sally Hansen and Red Red from Wet n Wild.
Inspired by a book! I went with Harry Potter, even though it has been done quite a bit. It’s hard not to love Harry Potter, especially the books. I remember when I was in grade 7, my teacher was from England and he had brought the first book in the series to read to us. This was before it got crazy in North America. If you’ve never read the series, you totally should. For this mani, I used Toast from Wet n Wild, Forest by JoeFresh, Gold Accessory by Maybelline, Black Out from Wet n Wild, Yellow Umbrella from Sephora, Red Red from Wet n Wild, Let’s Get Lost by Essence, and a black striping polish to do the lightning bolt. I really like how this turned out! (The green on my pinky looks black in the photo, unfortunately, but in person it looks great, I swear!)
I had a lot of trouble with this. Not with the mani itself, but trying to figure out what song to do. Trying to put a song onto 5 little nails is a lot harder than you’d think. Continue reading
The thought of doing water marbled nails was pretty daunting to me, and for good reason. I’ve read lots of horror stories about things going wrong, so I wasn’t very excited to do this. Continue reading
Today’s mani was fun and easy. It looks much more involved than it really is. For this mani, you really only need 3 things. 2 polishes and reinforcements. Yes, those round, white things you used in school. Paint your nail the colour that you want your little half moon to be, then let it dry. Once it’s dry, put the reinforcements at the bottom of the nail, making sure there’s no gaps along the edges. Then, paint the top portion of your nail with the 2nd colour, just above the reinforcement. Peel it off carefully, let it dry, and apply a top coat. Super easy, super pretty! I used Toast from Wet n Wild and Hunter from Joe Fresh.