Monday, January 30, 2012
Monday, January 23, 2012
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Friday, January 13, 2012
I'm actually very lazy about doing my toes so this is like a once in a blue moon special.
I mixed two coats of Wet n' Wild – Sparked with one swipe of Milani Jewel FX – Gold and got this gorgeous result :3
Is it just me or do feet & toes look kinda weird? I once had a friend who could not look at people's bare feet, so if you are reading this...I'm Sorry! Look AWAY! :P
Its funny, for how obsessed I am about changing my manicures every week, I'm the total opposite for my toes.
I usually only paint them when I'm going to a special event/party and will be wearing peep-toe heels. So unfortunately these babies will stay this way until they have practically all chipped off >_>;;;
Anyone else lazy like me? Or are you equally fastidious about mani's and pedi's? :P
Finally here’s a little artistic bonus! While I was trying to photograph the nail polish bottles I got this uber close up of the nail lacquer bottles. Looks like city lights ~
Sunday, January 8, 2012
So here is what I was sporting on my tips a week ago to ring in 2012 :P
Isn't it super PRETTY! *g* I'm so in love with the irregular cut, holographic sparkles in the top coat. They glimmer an orange/green depending on the light <3 just like an opal!!!
Here is the super spiffy packaging. So drool worthy right? Also, I think they captured the range of color that the sparkles give off better than any picture I took so I wanted to share.
The base coat, Chelsea, is described as a “plum black” but I think its more of a dark maroon even though you can't really tell from the pictures. Not that it makes a huge difference since the star of this set is really the Donmar top lacquer.
My favorite part about this look is that the glitter is a separate top coat instead of being mixed in with the color polish. This means un-ending holographic glitter possibilities >:3 fufufuu ~
I laid down two coats of Nail Inc.'s Chelsea, and then stamped with China Glaze – Magical, a muted pinkish gold metallic. I finished it off with the Donmar top coat and voila! Its like a party on my fingertips :P
I used a couple different Konad plates for this look. I started out with the bows and hearts from m59 on my thumbs, index, and ring fingers. Then I used the central design from m38 for my middle finger. Last but not least I finished up with some stars from m3 on my pinky nails. :D
Cheers with my champagne ~
Thanks for reading! And I hope you all are having a wonderful start to the new year!