Hey guys! I haven't posted in a while and just wanted to let you guys know what I been up too. Just know if your not hearing from me doesn't mean I'm not doing my nails. On the other day I realized that I been a nail blogger for a little over a year. It's amazing how time flies when your painting your nails. When I first started this journey I knew very little about the nail community. But, over the past year I have learned new skills and met so many wonderful people. What I like most about our community is that its more than just about nails. For some of us its about relaxing after a really hard day or just simply expressing our selves through a form of art. It really warms my heart when someone messages me just to say hello or ask how my day is going. I look forward to what next year will bring to me. Now, moving on to what I been up to. The holiday season is my favorite time of year. I love drinking my Starbucks latte on a cold fall or winter morning, in my opinion it just makes it feel more like Christmas. I have say though, I hate Christmas shopping but I enjoy seeing my family and friends open their gifts. Also, Christmas nails are my all time favorite kind of nail art to do. Therefore, I have been purchasing Christmas stamping plates and polishes. If you would like to check out one of the polishes that I got for the holidays check out this weeks polish pick. In addition, I'm currently waiting on nail mail from Zoya and Pretty Woman that I purchased during Black Friday. When I receive my nail mail you guys will be the first to get all the details. Until then check out some of the manis that I did in the month of November.
Okay, so lets start with this one since Thanksgiving just ended. I think this one was my absolute favorite. Any time I do freehand I always appreciate the design more. Just knowing that you painted something with your own hands just makes it more special. This shade is called "Kensington High Street" By Nailsinc. On my accent finger I used "Skinny Dippina Colada" by Zombie Claw Polish. I hand painted the turkey, isn't he cute? I think I shall call him Ed.
These nails are something I normally wouldn't do but I wanted to try something different. I'm really not into aliens but I have to admit these ones look pretty cool. Its a little hard to see but on my accent finger is robotic women who fight aliens from destroying her planet called "Polish". This shade is called "Turn On The Haute Light" by OPI. Stamping plate BP-XL135 from Bundle Monster was used to achieve this look.
Simple Flower Nails
This mani was very easy to do. I applied two coats of "Sultry" By Revlon. Next, I used stamping plate BP-20 from Born Pretty Store for the flowers. Finally, I applied a quick dry top coat. I love this deep blue shimmer polish from Revlon. It also has tiny pink glitter that peeks through it.