Friday, October 31, 2014

Happy Halloween!


This is Kleancolor Metallic Mango and Kleancolor Blackout on the accent finger. Simple and sweet.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

A is for Angles

I've started a new nail art challenge to help me get back in practice. It's the NEW AtoZ challange aka A2Z hosted by Pocketmoneypolishes. Here's a post with the lowdown: Pocketmonkeypolishes

This challenge will span the alphabet and each week is a new letter. Up first is A and A is for angles. Here's my interpretation of that:

Cheeky European Romance Plate

All the details with what I used, how I did it and a complete YouTube tutorial will be in a separate post once I get it all edited :)

Check out all the other manis:

Monday, October 20, 2014

Music Manicure

Here's a manicure I did for a concert I performed in last year (2013).

I hope you can see it, these photos are a bit blurry.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Neon, Yet Elegant

This is a mani I did back in May of 2013. I have found a bunch of manicures on my computer and will be uploading them in different posts while I get back into the groove of polishland, lol.

I used a neon pink Funky Fingers Polish for this, and then did some nail stamping, added a white French Tip and stamped along the edge of it to create this elegant look. Since it's from last year I don't remember what I used. There will be a bunch of these types of post forthcoming, but pictures are great for future ideas too :)

Monday, October 6, 2014

Back from my HIATUS!

So, it's been a while. A LONGGGGGG while. Where have I been??? Off having a baby!!
I didn't haven't had much time to do nail art since having my little bundle of joy, but I will try to get back into the habit :)

Here's a swatch of Kleancolor Neon Sapphire. It looks almost jelly-like. It's a nice blue color because I had a baby boy. I look forward to sharing more nail art this year and hopefully get back in the swing of things.

Kleancolor Neon Sapphire

By no coincidence, today is also my birthday!!! And of course what presents am I looking forward to? Nail stamping plates of course!