By now I think we can agree that Pinterest is a wonderful time suck and amazing spot for all kinds of ideas and inspiration. I heart going to my mani board for new ideas, including this one! What a simple, but beautiful new take on the French mani! I traced it back to the creator and it seems to be a gel Japanese mani.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Monday, November 19, 2012
It's already November? The year is almost over? Eeeek! For this reason, I've decided to do a giveaway. For one I haven't done one in forever and two, I thought I'd celebrate the circles we are all running around this time of year and that can certainly feel like a three-ring circus. A great fit for China Glaze's new Cirque du Soleil collection. One winner will be graced with ~
China Glaze It's A Trap-Eze, Whirled Away & Claire's Candy Shop
Must be a public GFC follower
One Grand Prize Winner
Closes on December 14th, 2012
Winner must respond within 48 hours or another will be chosen
Must be 13 years+ to win
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Saturday, November 17, 2012
I've finally turned to the darkside, it is November and probably time to start using some seasonal colors. I don't think I've touched China Glaze's Fall 2011 Metro collection at all. This is two coats of Lofty Ambitions, a maroon polish with silver microshimmer. I then added one thick coat of Essie As Gold as it Gets. I wanted some wonderful layers under a stamp and felt this was a good base.
Then I stamped the shattered square image from m73 with China Glaze Hyper Haute from the Tronica Collection. I could see the holo a bit as it was later at night. Very hard to capture the next day and my photos don't really showcase all that's going on but I still consider this a vampy polish mani that = poo.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
While eating cake sounds delicious, donning it on my nails is even more scrumptious! I had been eyeing Lush Lacquer's polishes for quite some time and broke down right after my birthday in June to purchase a few. What better polish to celebrate adding another year to my life than Birthday Cake? While this seems like a Spring must-have, I couldn't ignore her any longer.
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Yes I know I am a day late, and usually way more than a dollar short, but wanted to share my Halloween mani and my lil punkins! This is two coats of China Glaze Roguish Red, I thought it was going to be more like Hey Sailor, not really. It is much more burnt orange red. Great coverage in two coats. I wanted to completely cover my accent finger in China Glaze Glitter Goblin - that should be entertaining to remove = /.