Saturday, October 8, 2016

The One With the Scarecrows and Jessica Cosmetics Tangled Secrets


Good morning polished world!  Happy Saturday!!!!  The weekend is finally upon us, but just like every other weekend it will be way too slow, and Monday will be here before we know it.  Clearly I am miss party pooper over here.

Since October is here, it's only fitting that I start doing some Fall themed manicures.  I know, I should be starting Halloween designs, but I just haven't had the want to start that quite yet.  Since I didn't want to start Halloween, I took to Pinterest and looked for a super Fall design.  I pinned a cute scarecrow manicure last year by Sensationails4u on Instagram, and lately it keeps getting re-pinned.  Almost daily I have 30 notifications from this pin alone.  I took that as a sign that I should re-create the design.

Let's take a look!




Colors Used:
  • Jessica Cosmetics - Tangled Secrets
  • OPI - Pale to the Chief
  • China Glaze - License & Registration Pls
  • Acrylics
Isn't this one of the cutest designs you've ever seen???  I haven't done a "hardcore" manicure like this in a long time, and boy have I missed it.  You think it would have been a difficult design to re-create, but really it wasn't.  I think I might make a tutorial for it just to prove to you that it wasn't bad!



Jessica Cosmetics Tangled Secrets from the Into the Wild collection is a gorgeous burnt orange red polish which I think was PERFECT for this scarecrow manicure.  Couldn't you see a scarecrow wearing that color shirt??  Two coats and full coverage.  Just a beautiful shade.


OPI Pale to the Chief is a real winner.  Just like all other OPI nude polishes, this one is a beauty.  Two coats and full coverage.  Dries fast, looks amazing. Cannot wait to use this one for more nail art bases.  From here on out, I'm purchasing all OPI nude polishes.

What do you think?  Cute design?  Something you'll re-create if I post a tutorial?

I'm super happy with how this turned out.  I'm sad it only lasted two days though because I used a new top coat which did not like my nails.  My index finger chipped off within 24 hours.  I patched it up....hehe....but it didn't last much longer after that.  Note to self: always stick to INM Out the Door or Serendipity Polish Finishing Touch.  All other top coats hate me.

Until next time, <3.