Thursday, April 30, 2015

Flowerista!

Base colors in Essie's Flowerista from the Spring 2015 Collection, and OPI's Alpine Snow from the Tuxedo Collection.  I used Flowerista, Garden Variety, and You Are So Outta Lime! from the Go Neon or Go Nude Collection and a tribal Bundle Monster plate for the stamped design!

You could see the design better in person but I couldn't seem to get a good picture to capture it. :( Pretty all the same.  Enjoy!  

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Heartlines! (Revisited)


Base color in Zoya's Storm.  This was then stamped with one of my new Bundle Monster plates and white Konad stamping polish.  I used red acrylic paint and a tiny dotting tool to fill the heart.

One of my most popular Pins on Pinterest right now is a Heartlines post that I did a longgggggg time ago which you can find here.  Because it keeps getting repinned like crazy, all this nursing stuff has been popping up in my Pinterest feed which is crazy annoying.  I, personally, have no interest in the medical field, but it's seems to be quite popular right now so I will give the people what they want!  Here's an updated version so... enjoy!

Monday, April 20, 2015

Sunsational Neon

Base color in China Glaze's Highlight of my Summer from the Sunsational Summer Collection.  
I used black Konad stamping polish and some new Bundle Monster plates for the design!  Super summery to go along with this gorgeous weather! :)

Friday, April 10, 2015

Hotdog Nails!

Base colors in OPI's Did You 'Ear About Van Gogh? from the Holland Collection, and Love Athletes in Cleats from the Fashion Plate Collection.
I used A-Piers to be Tan from the San Francisco Collection for the hotdog and outlined it with My Vampire is Buff from the Euro Centrale Collection.  The mustard was done with a yellow and gold glitter striper.

I did this design because I always seem to do baseballs or logos for baseball games and special baseball events.  So, figured I'd switch it up!

Happy Opening Days all around the country!! :)

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

That Darn Glitter Polish

So you may have seen my cute little bunny ear nails from the other day.  Well, I used Liquid Sand on the fore finger and if you know about trying to take glitter off, this is worse!  So how can you easily take this off without rubbing through your cotton pad?? SIMPLE!
I found this after watching Cutepolish's video about it, and I thought it was too good to be true.  I was so wrong.  I toughed it out and went into Wal-Mart :( but it was $3!  
When you open it, it looks like this.  A pink gelatinous substance reminding me of the goo in Ghostbusters. Ha!    
You just unscrew the lid, and dip the finger that is covered with that stubborn glitter nail polish in the goo.
Make sure you have a timer ready because you have to wait 4 minutes.  Now I know what you're thinking; that's a long time to wait!  But if you think about how hard it is to using regular remover and how MANY pads you go through, this is totally worth it....
...Because all you do next is wipe it off with a paper towel.  BOOM.  Clean and ready for your next nail art adventure.

I am completely excited to find out about this product because I've kind of just stopped using glitter polish altogether because of how hard it is to take off.  This is a life saver, and I will be slowly getting back into the glitz and glamour of glitters!! :)

Monday, April 6, 2015

Bunny Ears!

Base colors in OPI's A Grape Fit from the Brights Pair Collection, It's Frosty Outside from the Mariah Carey Holiday Collection, and Essie's In the Cab-Ana.  
I used Alpine Snow from the Tuxedo Collection for the polka dots and a white striper for the bunny ears.  The ear insides are Suzi Shops and Island Hops from the Hawaii Collection.

I know this is a little late but I hope you had a wonderful Easter!