Dot Mani

The One With the Bestie Twin Nails Re-Creation

9:00:00 AM


 Good morning polished world and Happy Sunday!!  How's the weather where you are?  It's gross, windy, and snowy here.  I am so happy I got all my Christmas lights in the garden before this weather rolled in because I would have not been a happy camper setting them up in this.  I also set up the outdoor lights at work on Friday when it was semi warm and sunny.  Sure, I was frozen and exhausted come Friday evening, but it's all done and looks amazing.

Today's manicure is a re-creation of a Bestie Twin Nail design that I did last year with Fashion Footing.  It's been months since Amanda and I have done a BTN and I think it's about time we come together again and maybe even start our tradition up again.

Since Thanksgiving is around the corner, I wanted to re-create a fall-ish floral design we did last November.  I truly loved last years design, but switched it up a little this year.

Let's take a look.


Colors Used:
  • Morgan Taylor - Don't Break my Corazon
  • OPI - My Vampire Is Buff
  • ORLY - Bling
  • OPI - Exotic Birds Do Not Tweet
  • OPI - No Tan Lines
My switch up wasn't much. The first difference is that I used a lighter red polish.  Don't Break My Corazon is a gorgeous cream by Morgan Taylor.  It had full coverage in one coat, but I used two for the manicure.  I didn't think I was going to like this color, but I fell in love with it.

The second switch was my index finger.  Last year I did the floral design, but this year I decided to do a dot design which combined all the colors and I think tied the manicure together really well.

What do you think?  Like this Fall design?  Something you'd try?

Until next time, <3.

China Glaze

The One With the Tribal Manicure

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!!!  How are you all doing today?  It's Thursday but it feels like it should be a Friday.  It's been a long week so far but I have gotten a lot accomplished.  I have edited photos, pre-published some posts, and got all my Christmas lights up on the house before the winter storm this weekend.  Yeah, you are reading that right, we are expecting a winter storm before Thanksgiving.  It's been such a weird Fall, especially since all the leaves are still on the trees, but it's almost the end of November.

Today's manicure is a cute tribal design.  I've done this exact tribal look before, just on a different base.  I should start switching up my free-hand designs, but the evening I did this manicure it was late, I was tired, and not really feeling too creative.  Regardless, I'm in love with how it turned out.

Let's take a look.


Colors Used:
  • China Glaze - Flip Flop Fantasy
  • China Glaze - Big Hair and Bubbly
  • Color Club - Blue Ming
  • ORLY - Liquid Vinyl
Isn't that gradient amazing??  I used the original formula of Flip Flop Fantasy for this design.  You know, the one that is more pink than coral.  I hate when polish companies change their formulas and you are forced to sparingly use your favorite until the bitter end.  I probably couldn't get a coat of my original Flip Flop Fantasy on my nail if I tried, therefore it's a gradient only polish.  I love how it looks mixed with Blue-Ming.

Big Hair and Bubbly is my new favorite gold glitter.  This polish is from China Glaze's new holiday collection.  The girl's at my local Sally Beauty let me have a sneak peek of the collection at the beginning of November and I picked out my four favorites - all being glitters.  Kind of shocking since I never wear glitter polishes, but I did this in hopes I start using my glitters again.  After using this one, I for sure will.  It applied wonderfully over a base of gold polish.  No need for dabbing or placing any of the large pieces.  Happy to have this because all of my gold glitter are either dried up, or have holo pieces.  

What do you think?  Like this tribal design?  Fan of the gold glitter?

Until next time, <3.


Serendipity Polish

The One With the Serendipity Polish Abstract Manicure

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today?  I'm doing well as I have finally edited all of my old manicures that I've been sitting on.  I have 6 posts to share and I'm extremely embarrassed with myself that I do not have a better posting schedule.   I looked at my Instagram and have only posted 3 manicures this month and we are already halfway through November.  Sigh.

Today's design is an abstract design I did using some of my beloved Serendipity Polish's.  When they closed up shop, I purchased most of the colors that I didn't already have.  Kind of sad that there are two that my collection will forever be without but what can you do.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • Serendipity Polish - #GoalDigger
  • Serendipity Polish - Peace, Love, and Sandy Feet
  • Serendipity Polish - Pink Poinsettia
  • Serendipity Polish - Bottomless Mimosas
  • Acrylics
Kind of neat, isn't it? I started off with a base coat of #GoalDigger which is a white polish that covers in one coat.  That's right, just like pretty much every other Serendipity Polish this was a one coater.  So upsetting that I find the perfect white and cannot get another bottle.  Par for the course, right?

To get the rest of the look, I just dry brushed the colors randomly on the nail.  When they dried, I went through with a grey and black acrylic and added the grey lines and the dots.  I tried to make it look abstract and I think it turned out rather well.

What do you think?  Fan of this design?  Mad at me that I have been failing at posting?

Until next time, <3.

Flowers

The One Inspired By One Nail To Rule Them All

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today??  I apologize that I haven't been updating the blog regularly but this Day Light Savings has thrown me off and I'm exhausted by the end of the night.  I have 7 posts to share, so maybe tomorrow I'll write them all up and pre-publish them.  We will see though since I got the bright idea to do a Pinterest craft.

Today's nail art is inspired by One Nail to Rule Them All.  I have been a fan of Alice's blog since I started blogging way back when.  She's a fellow nail artist who creates some really cute designs on short nails.  Therefore, re-creating her designs on my nails is super easy.

Months ago I came across this design on her Instagram and instantly fell in love.  The grey with the yellow florals and black accented leaves....just everything about it was great.  It's one of those designs that I never would have come up with on my own.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • Sally Hansen - Greyfitti
  • Acrylics
Greyfitti is a gorgeous grey polish which I am beyond happy to have part of my collection.  You know how much I love the Miracle Gel line, so a grey polish was one of the colors that I was missing.  Two coats and full coverage.  Usually with greys, I need three coats because they're watery, but this one is perfect.

I used acrylics for the design because I was tired and lazy.  Using acrylics for art is so much easier than using polish.  Especially because when you make a mistake you can erase it and start over without having to destroy your base coat.

What do you think?  Like this design?  Something you'd try?

Until next time, <3.


Animal Print

The One With the Zoya Leopard Manicure

9:00:00 AM


God morning polished world!!  How are you all doing on this fine Tuesday?  It's starting to feel like winter here.  Cold temperatures, windy, and of course snow in the forecast.  Who knows if we will actually get snow because I feel like the meteorologists always get it wrong.

Today's design is a simple leopard print I did when I was feeling completely uninspired.  I wasn't sure what color combination to do, so I decided to dig into my Zoya's and use some of them.  I have so many Zoya polishes, but I rarely use them, especially the nude colors.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • Zoya - Tomoko
  • Zoya - Rocky
  • Zoya - Taylor
  • Zoya - Raven
I did this manicure with a pink accent years ago, but am really loving it with Rocky.  It amazes me after years of not using it, and the label missing from the bottom, I still remember the name of this polish.  I think that show that I have a real addiction here.  Two coats and full coverage on this beauty.

Accented with Tomoko, my favorite of the Pixie dusts and probably the most used Zoya in my collection.  It's very multi-functional and can be used with so many different designs.

What do you think?  Like this design?  Do you like Zoya polishes?  I kind of hate the thin brushes....blend their polish with OPI's brush and I'd be fully in love.

Until next time, <3.


Dot Mani

The One With the Polka Dots and ORLY Mirrorball

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  Welcome to November.  Let's see if I can post as many manicures as I did in October.  Last month was kind of the exception because of Halloween.  Maybe in December I can do the month of all Christmas designs and then post dozens upon dozens.

Anyways, today's design is a super simple polka dot manicure using one of my all time favorite polishes - ORLY Mirrorball.  Back when Sally Beauty discontinued this polish from their core collection display, I purchased 5 bottles at a discounted rate.  I have no regrets other than I wish I bought more.


Color Used:
  • ORLY - Mirrorball
  • ORLY - Liquid Vinyl
Isn't it gorgeous??  Look at that holo goodness!!!!  What I love about this polish is that not only does it have your normal linear holo, but it also has holo hex glitters throughout which adds just a little more sparkle and umph.  It really is an amazing polish and one of a kind from a mainstream brand.  I have yet to see other brands like China Glaze or OPI come out with something similar. 

Originally I was going to do a tape manicure with this design, but then after seeing how gorgeous Mirrorball was on it's own, I really couldn't bring myself to cover it up.  Therefore I went for a super simple dot manicure, which I haven't done in forever.

What do you think?  Love this holo?  Have about 10 bottles of your own??

Until next time, <3.

Monthly Mani Favs

The One With October's #MonthlyManiFavs

9:00:00 AM

Good morning polished world and Happy November!!!  Odd start to the month, yesterday it was freezing and now today it's going to be warm.  Hopefully I can get at least one more warm day so I can put up my Christmas lights.  I won't turn them on until after Thanksgiving, but I like to get them on the trees and bushes beforehand so I'm not freezing my butt off in December.

Since I wanted to post Halloween manicures right up until the very last day of the month, I am coming to you today with my Monthly Mani Favorites from October!  Now I had two manicures which were not Halloween ones, and I did love one of them and wanted to include it in the collage, but my OCD wouldn't let me.  I needed to share a collage of just Halloween designs.  Yes, I'm crazy.

Let's take a look!


  1. The One With the Halloween Paint Drip - I haven't done a paint drip manicure in I don't know how long.  I really need to do one again this month or even in December.  The base of this polish was beyond perfect.  I will be using it for Christmas and for St. Patrick's Day.
  2. The One With the Halloween Smoosh Manicure - Another manicure I haven't done in a while - the smoosh manicure.  This design was a recreation of one I did last year.  Loved it then, and love it now.  Anyone have any color ideas for future smoosh manicures?
  3. The One With the Halloween Splatter Manicure - I wanted to come up with something a little different for a Halloween design, and this mani was the result.  It was a twist on the candy corn gradient with a fun black splatter.  I think this was my favorite manicure of the month.
  4. The One With the Neon Green Spider Webs - Drink Up Witches by China Glaze is an amazing neon green polish.  I always mean to use this polish in the summer time, then I look at the name and put it back.  Sure, it can be used year round, but when it's such a Halloween name, I feel weird using it at any other time of the year.  I also talked about in my post how much I love the hex glitter and that I need to use more.  Yeah, well, I remembered quickly why I don't use them when I went to remove it.  Took me forever.
What do you think?  Was there a manicure you liked more than what I posted?

Until next time, <3.

China Glaze

The One With The Neon Green Spider Webs

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world and Happy Halloween!!!  After days of preparing a group costume of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, I am ready for today.  Sure, I'm probably going to look super stupid, but I'm excited and I know that my co-workers and resident's are going to love it.  I can't wait to see what my other co-workers costumes.  We should have had a contest....

Anyways, to match my costume, and have still Halloween nails, I decided to re-create a spiderweb design by OhMyGoshPolish.  I pinned this design last year since I had all of the polishes, but I never got around to doing it.  I'm kind of mad that I haven't used any of my glitters like this in a while.  I need to go through my glitter collection and force myself to use them.

Let's take a look at the last Halloween design!


Colors Used:
  • China Glaze - Drink Up Witches
  • China Glaze - Something's Brewing
  • ORLY - Liquid Vinyl
Isn't it cute??  Drink Up Witches is such a bright, fluorescent green polish.  I put a base of white underneath because when I tried it alone on the naked nail, it was kind of a thin jelly which probably would have taken three coats to get opaque.  It has a similar consistency to ORLY Glowstick.  Super bright, super thin, but super amazing.

Somethings Brewing is a mixture of green and black hex glitters.  You can't see the black glitters that much due to the black base, but you can kind of see them over the green glitters.  It applied nicely with little to no need to dab or place glitters.

What do you think?  Like this final Halloween manicure??

Until next time, <3. 


Halloween

The One With the Ghost Nail Art

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world and Happy Sunday!  How are you all doing today??  I need to carve my pumpkin and make a few more tutus for my group costume at work.  I cannot wait to show you guys this costume.  It's been forever since I dressed up so I am beyond excited.  It's all coming together so nicely!!

Today's Halloween manicure is a re-creation of last years ghost design.  It popped up on my Facebook Memories the other day and I decided I had to re-create it.  Of course this seems to be the trend this year.  Probably a good thing I didn't post any of these to my Facebook because next year I'd just be re-creating everything again.

Let's take a look at today's re-creation!


Colors Used:
  • Sally Hansen - Blacky O
  • Sally Hansen - Electra-cute
  • ORLY - Mirrorball
Super cute, right??  I think my little ghosts last year were cuter, but whatever they still are cute this year.  I forgot what a pain in the behind they were to paint.  I couldn't space them out on my nail right so I had to re-do them like five times before I was happy with this final design.

What do you think?  Like this design?  Have you ever tried to paint itty bitty ghosts and frustrate your self?

One more design coming on Tuesday!!!

Until next time, <3.


Halloween

The One With the Halloween Patchwork Manicure

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world and Happy Friday!!!  Super excited that it's Friday, and super excited that Halloween is almost here.  I finally have my costume picked out and it's a group costume with some of my amazingly lovely co-workers.  I haven't dressed up in ages, let alone have a group costume!!!  Cannot wait to show you all!

Bringing you yet another Halloween manicure.  I'm having mixed feelings about Halloween being around the corner.  I'm happy because I'm kind of getting tired of the Halloween designs, but I'm sad because I still have so many ideas that I want to try but not enough time.  Such is life, right?  Never can be happy.

Today's design is a simple Halloween patchwork.  I usually create this design every year in one way shape or form.  This year I opted for simple, and somewhat neon.

Let's take a look! 


Colors Used:
  • ORLY - Thrill Seeker
  • ORLY - Frolic
  • Serendipity Polish - Orange County Girl
Super fun look, but I kind of wish I went for a more traditional Halloween green.  Yes, Thrill Seeker is amazing, but it just leans more yellow than I would have liked.  Actually, it looked greener in person, I think my camera couldn't fully handle the neon and made it look weird.

Easy look to re-create.  First I started off with a base of white polish.  When that was dried, I went through and added the color blocks using a dotting tool.  It didn't have to be done neatly because I knew the black lines would be covering over the spots where the colors met.  When my patches dried, I added the black using a nail art brush.  Top coated, and called it a night.

What do you think?  Fan of this manicure?  Something you'd try??

I should have two more Halloween designs for you before Tuesday!!!

Until next time, <3.


Halloween

The One With the Halloween Smoosh Manicure

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished people! How are you all doing on this fine Tuesday?  Can you believe Tuesday is already here?  I feel like Monday just came and went.  Actually yesterday was just an odd day.  Work was okay, but when I came home from work, my relaxing night of making dinner and lounging turned into chaos.  It was kind of windy here, so the trees across the street started to hit the power lines, causing the tree to catch fire, which then in turn brought the fire department to the neighborhood.  The fire department brought the electric company who threw the power for the whole street while they fixed it.  Of course, they threw the power off 10 minutes after I started dinner, so everything stopped cooking and just sat.  About an hour or so later the power went back on, I was able to finish dinner, but it just threw my whole night off.  Oh well.

Thankfully I had my nails painted so I didn't have to worry or even consider painting by candlelight which I have done in the past.  Today's design is yet another Halloween one.  It is a recreation of last year's smoosh manicure.  I love the smoosh designs, and rarely do them.  I"m not sure why, especially when they produce such amazing results like this one.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • Serendipity Polish - Building My Empire
  • Serendipity Polish - Orange County Girl
  • Serendipity Polish - #GoalDigger
I'm finding it hard to believe that I have yet to use Orange County Girl from my Serendipity Polish line.  Still feeling the pains of this company closing.  I seriously love their polish and miss them terribly.  Roxie did begin a new company which is really awesome raising awareness for causes, but I'm selfishly missing these pretty collections.

This manicure is super easy to create. First you start off with a base of white polish.  Then with a stamper, I drip a few drips of white, black, and orange, then smoosh it onto a paper plate, then onto the nail.  Added a little top coat, and called it a day.  Seriously love how each nail looks so differently!

What do you think?  Fan of this look??  Something you've done before??

Until next time, <3.


Gradient Mani

The One With the Halloween Splatter Manicure

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing on this fine Saturday?  I am planning on laying in bed for 90% of the day ignoring the world.  Okay, maybe I won't.  It's my father's birthday this weekend so I need to get some stuff done for that.  Most importantly, I need to bake a cake.  I guess I could lay in bed while the cake bakes....right?

I'm so proud of myself that I'm still painting and posting Halloween manicures.  I think that I have more ideas than I do time to post them.  We will see what happens.  Today's design is a different take on the candy corn gradient I usually do.  Every year I do that same white, to orange, to yellow gradient.  I admire it but then about a few hours after completing it I kind of hate them.

After searching around, I came across a white, to yellow, to orange gradient which had that candy corn feel, but wasn't your typical candy corn manicure.  I painted that on my nail, and enjoyed it much more, but there was something that was missing.  I came to the conclusion, it was a splatter.

Let's take a look....


Colors Used:
  • OPI - Alpine Snow
  • OPI - Exotic Birds Do Not Tweet
  • OPI - No Tan Lines
Isn't it cool??  I really love this manicure!  I don't think I've ever hated a splatter manicure because each nail looks so different and unique.  Some people avoid them because of the mess, but I don't find them to be much messier than doing a gradient.

When doing a gradient, I always put painters tape around my nails.  I prefer tape over the liquid latex or peel off base coat because I feel like those require much more clean up.  Also, there's that dry time which I don't have time for when it's 10pm and I want to be asleep by 11pm.  So after the nail is taped off, I will add the gradient, then right after the gradient is done, while the tape is still around my nail, I'll add the splatter.  It baffles me when I watch tutorials that people remove the latex or the glue before finishing the full design. Eh, to each their own.

What do you think?  Like this look?  Think it's a Halloween-ish manicure?

Until next time, <3.


Halloween

The One With the Halloween Paint Drip

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing on this fine Wednesday?  Midweek is upon us.  I honestly don't know where the past two days went.  Work has been busy, life has kind of been blah, so everything is just blurring into the next.  Oh well.

Today's manicure is yet another Halloween design!  After surfing Pinterest, I found a bunch of green nails with black paint drips.  I loved the look and it had been forever since I had created a paint drip look, so I decided to re-create one of them.  Especially since I had a new green polish from INM which I have been dying to use!

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • INM - Survival of Earth
  • INM - Northern Lights
  • Acrylics
Isn't Survival of Earth fabulous!?  It's such a pretty green shimmer polish!!!!  I couldn't help myself and had to add a top coat of INM Northern Lights and I'm beyond happy I did.  It is just beyond gorgeous and I cannot stop looking at them.  Actually, before I put the design on, I debated on just wearing the green polish alone....which if you know me that is shocking since I NEVER wear polish without a design.  That tells you how much I love this shade.

The design on top though really made for a neat looking manicure.  I don't think I would have liked this design as much if I would have used a flat cream polish.  So happy I went with the shimmer.  It made the black drips look like they were stickers.

What do you think?  Fan of this look?  Have you ever used any INM polishes?  Are you not in love with this green??

Until next time, <3.


Halloween

The One With the Googly Eye Nail Art

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today??  Welcome to yet another Sunday.  The weather here is mad crazy.  It's going to be 80 degrees today.  So yesterday when I put up my Halloween decorations, it was abnormally warm, the mosquitos were buzzing, and it did not feel like October at all.  I saw though that it's supposed to be 55 on Monday, so that means I'll end up sick or something.  Or we will have a horrid storm.  Either way, no fun.

Continuing on with the Halloween manicures!  Today I re-created a googly eye design which I usually do every Halloween, but for some reason didn't last year.  I think I was going to and then ran out of time.  Well, after seeing Sarah from 25 Sweet Pea's re-creation of one of my past designs using colored pupils, I decided to do the same.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • ORLY - Liquid Vinyl
  • ORLY - White Tips
  • A bunch of ORLY neons
I don't know how I feel about the photo of this manicure.  Love the manicure, but kind of hate the photo.  Well, I like it because it looks more like the eyes are disappearing into the blackness of the bottle, but then I kind of hate it because you can't see the edge of my nails.  Honestly this is probably just a mind over matter thing that no one would have noticed unless I pointed it out, which I just did.  Oh well.

Easy as heck to re-create this look.  First start off with a base coat of black polish.  When dried, go through with a white polish and a dotting tool and add the white part of the eyes.  When that was dried, you add the colored cornea, then go through with a tiny tiny dotting tool and add the pupils.  Top coat and you have some spooky cute nails.

What do you think?  Like this design?  Something you would do for Halloween??

Until next time, <3.

Gradient Mani

The One With the Orange and Black Gradient

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing on this Thursday??  It was a super cold rainy day yesterday, and today it's supposed to be a tad warmer.  I hope it does warm up a bit because I feel like I'm starting to get a cold, and if the weather evens out, I think that the cold will go away.  Maybe?  Who knows.

Continuing on with another Halloween manicure today!  Last year Jessica from LaLaLoveNailArt on Instagram created the most perfect PixieDust gradient using Dhara and Dahlia.  I wanted to re-create it last year but never got around to doing so.  Of course that meant that I needed to do it right away.  Sadly though I don't like the look on my nails as much as I did on Jessica, but it's still an awesome manicure.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • Zoya - Dhara
  • Zoya - Dahlia
I mean, it is a cool looking design.  Now, Jessica kept hers matte, but I made mine shiny because the matte texture was kind of driving me insane.  At first I regretted adding the top coat, but they turned out to be so sparkly.  Literally my nails looked like black to orange gems.

I think the reason I wasn't a complete fan of this manicure was because it really was not easy to do.  I have done a gradient in the past with Pixie Dusts, and I forgot how difficult they are to do.  Maybe it's just me, but it takes forever for the colors to turn out how you want them to.  I also found it hard to get it evenly distributed.

What do you think?  Like this gradient?  Think I should have kept it matte?

Until next time, <3.


Halloween

The One With the Spider Web Re-Creation

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  Happy Sunday everyone!  How are you all doing today?  The weather is kind of weird here.  Yesterday it looked like a cold, Fall day, but instead it was so humid.  I'm pretty sure I'm going to end up with a pretty nasty sinus infection.  Sigh.

Since it's October, I said I would start sharing some Halloween themed manicures!  Halloween is no where near my favorite holiday, but for some reason I love doing nail art for it.  I have so many ideas and I hope to get through them all.

The first one I'm sharing with you is a re-creation of a last years vampy spider web design.  I loved this look and really wanted to give it a try again this year.  I of course broke a nail right before painting so my nails were shorter than I would have liked them, but I still got it all to work out.

Let's take a look.


Colors Used:
  • Morgan Taylor - Fruit of Temptation
  • ORLY - Liquid Vinyl
  • Zoya - Dahlia
Last year I used a Jessica polish which was more red tinged, where this year I used a more pink/burgundy shaded polish.  I think I like the color better.  Sure, it's not vastly different, but it's different enough for me.

The base behind the spider web is my own concoction.  I mixed some black polish into an old bottle of Out the Door making a sheer black jelly polish.  Actually, I used the same bottle that I mixed last year, which I was surprised I was able to do.  I honestly thought that it was going to be dried up.  Took some shaking, but it came together perfectly.

What do you think?  Like this design?

Until next time, <3.


Dot Mani

The One With the Pink Holo Tape Manicure

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today?? It's Thursday meaning our week is almost over and Saturday is right around the corner.  I've started doing some Halloween manicures, but I won't have them up on the blog until probably this weekend.  Every year I try to challenge myself to do new designs, and so far I've recreated one that I did last year.  We will see how many new ones I end up coming up with.

Today instead of sharing that Halloween design, I thought I would share a pink holo tape manicure I did using some of my Serendipity Polish.  Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I thought it was fitting to share a pink manicure right from the beginning.  Sure, I probably should have posted it on Monday, but I wasn't thinking and ended up sharing the yellow flowers.  Oh well.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • Serendipity Polish - I Close Deals in Heels
  • Serendipity Polish - Girl Pwr
Two beautiful polishes from the Selfmade Babe collection which I didn't get when it originally came out.  Kind of kicking myself that I waited until the store was closing to buy them because they truly are amazing polishes.  I Close Deals in Heels (totally something I can relate to) is a gorgeous dusty pink polish which covers in one coat.  I used two coats because I tend to do that regardless.  Super fast drying with no bubbles.

Girl Pwr is by far one of the best holographic polishes I own.  Two coats for full coverage.  Worked amazing for nail art as you can see by the dots and the tape design.  The holo effect was strong in every type of lighting.  Truly an amazing polish and I kind of hate gushing about it because you guys can't get your hands on it.  I'm actually kind of mad that I can't get a back up bottle.

What do you think?  Like this taped holo look? 

Until next time, <3.


Dot Mani

The One With the Yellow Flowers

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today on this fine Monday?  Can you believe Monday is already here?  And can you believe it is already October??  That means I need to start doing some Halloween manicures.  This is going to be that weird month where my Monthly Mani Fav collage is going to be half normal designs, and half Halloween designs.  That kind of bugs the old OCD.

Today's design is a fall-like floral manicure.  I tried to make tiny sunflowers on my nails, but instead they turned into looking more like yellow daisies.  Regardless, I got the idea from a pin I saw on Pinterest where instead of using a nude base, the girl had a naked nail.  I don't like doing that much of a negative space design, so I decided to grab one of my favorite OPI nude polishes and get to work.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • OPI - Pale To the Chief
  • ORLY - White Tips
  • Acrylics
Pale to the Chief is one of my favorite OPI nude polishes.  Actually, all the nudes that I own from OPI are my favorite.  I was debating on getting this one because I have so many OPI nude polishes, but I'm beyond happy I did.  This polish has a very, very subtle shimmer to it which sets it aside from the others I own.  Two coats and full coverage.

The design was super simple to do.  Once my base was dry, I went through and added the polka dots on the nude nails.  I then added all the flowers, then the green leaves.  Super cute, super easy.

What do you think? Like this look? Wish they looked more like sunflowers like I do?

Until next time, <3.


Monthly Mani Favs

The One With September's #MonthlyManiFavs

9:00:00 AM

Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing on this fine Saturday?  Can you believe that it's Saturday, and also the end of September?  So crazy how quickly this month flew by.  We had some weird weather....the last few weeks of September felt more like the middle of August.  Yesterday though was one of the first fall like feeling days.  I'm excited for some more!

Since it's the end of September, that means it is time to share my Monthly Mani Favs!  I'm proud of myself that I am remembering to post this on the last day of the month, and not during the first week of the next month.  Or like I did in the summer, post two months at once because I totally forgot.  

Let's take a look!


  • The One With the Serendipity Polish Sunflowers - oh how I love this manicure.  The yellow sunflowers on top of that gorgeous blue base.  Part of me thought the design would have looked better on just an accent nail and it was a little too busy, but the other part of me truly fell in love with how it looked.  It's like a sunflower field.
  • The One With the Splash Flower - This design I wanted to hate because when I painted it, it took me forever to do because it was just one of those polish nights.  When it was all said and done though, I really liked the look.  The bright color, mixed with that holo accent, and the fun flower.  It really turned out nice.
  • The One With the Mosaic Looking Nail Art - Love this mosaic design using one of my favorite ORLY shades.  Who am I kidding, all my ORLYs are my favorite ORLY shades.  I need to do more color block manicures like this one.
  • The One With the Sunflowers - This was the first sunflower manicure that I posted this season and I absolutely loved it.  Now that I am looking at the titles of my posts, I don't know why I didn't name the blue sunflower design "The One With the Other Sunflower Manicure".  Oh well.  Regardless, this yellow design is absolutely gorgeous in my opinion.  I love the yellow and black mixture.  I need to use my yellow polishes more.
What do you think?  Any of these your favorite?  Should I have picked something else??

Until next time, <3.

Animal Print

The One With the Re-Creation of An Old Leopard Manicure

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today??  Crazy busy week already for me.  I don't even remember my Monday it was such a blur.  Hopefully it calms down a little bit, although the busy day made my day go by so fast, so maybe that means Saturday would come quicker?  We shall wait and see.

Today's manicure is a re-creation of one I did a few years ago.  It was a gradient leopard design and it popped up on my Facebook Memories.  It was one of my all time favorite designs due to the color combination.  When it popped up on my Feed, it was perfect timing because I was sitting down to do my manicure and had zero inspiration.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • China Glaze - That's Shore Bright
  • China Glaze - Capacity to See Beyond
  • ORLY - Liquid Vinyl
  • ORLY - Mirrorball
Isn't it cute?  I love the blue to purple gradient, especially because it's not the typical up down gradient.  Super easy design to do.  First you paint a base of white polish, then use the make up sponge and create the gradient.  Once dried, add your leopard design, some top coat and call it a night.

What do you think?  Like this look?  Ever do a gradient at a different angle?

Until next time, <3.

Flowers

The One With the Serendipity Polish Sunflowers

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!!  How are you all doing today??  It's Saturday and that means I'm going to be lounging around, sleeping in, and just trying to rewind from this very long week.  This week really was one of the longest in a long while.  Good news was though, it was so busy that the week just flew by.

Today's manicure is another sunflower manicure using Serendipity Polish.  I was holding off sharing this because I've been in mourning over the fact that Serendipity closed up shop, but this week Roxie announced that's she's coming back with a whole new project and brand!  I cannot wait to try out All Heart Lacquer!  I have faith that they're going to be just as amazing as her previous project.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • Serendipity Polish - We Run This Beach
  • INM - Northern Lights
  • Acrylics
Gorgeous, isn't it?  I love this sunflower manicure so much, especially because of the base.  Beautiful royal blue, made even lovelier by the top coat of INM Northern Lights.  The sunflowers really pop off the design.  The blue was a lot lighter in person, but it seems that it got darker because of the design on top.

What do you think?  Fan of this look?  Excited for the new polish line All Heart??

Until next time, <3.


Cirque Colors

The One With Cirque Polish Xochitl and Dots

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today?  It's Wednesday and we are smack dab in the middle of yet another work week.  I'm excited because today we are having an employee appreciation luncheon, which means I'm getting some Jamaican Jerk chicken wings.  The cook where I work is from Jamaica and literally makes the BEST chicken ever.  Ugh, so excited.

Today's design is a simple dot manicure using one of my new Cirque Polish's.  Yes, it's their old bottle, but it's new for me.  Before the label re-design, Cirque had mystery grab bags for sale where you got 4 polishes for $25.  If you know Cirque, then you know what an amazing deal that is.  I was iffy about doing a Mystery grab bag purchase, but I'm so happy I did.  All 8 colors that I got were something I will use.

Let's take a look at the first polish that caught my eye.


Colors Used:
  • Cirque Colors - Xochitl
  • ORLY - White Tips
  • ORLY - Liquid Vinyl
Oh. my. goodness.  Xochitl is more beautiful on the nail than it is in the bottle.  It's a gorgeous orchid purple holo polish which has full coverage in two coats.  The holo effect is visible in both natural and indoor light.  It's amazing.  Now, I don't know if Cirque still does this, but these polishes are infused with different oils, so when they dry there is a slight scent to them.  I was scared it would be overwhelming but it isn't at all.  Amanda from Fashion Footing was right when she said she doesn't even notice it.

What do you think?  Fan of this polish?  Do you own any old Cirque's?  Do you like the old bottle or the new??  I think I like the old better....

Until next time, <3.

China Glaze

The One With the Polka Dots and Flowers

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today?  It's Monday and I already know that work is going to be crazy busy.  Also, the weather is weird where it's cold in the morning and really hot by the afternoon.  So it's making the whole picking out an outfit for work thing really difficult.  It's always something.

Today's design is a polka dot floral design that looked a lot better in my mind.  I wasn't going to share it, but I thought maybe I should because most of the time when I share a manicure I hate, it gets a really positive response.  Let's see what happens with this one.

Here we go.....


Colors Used:
  • China Glaze - I Got a Blue Attitude
  • Acrylics
Maybe my mistake was that I used acrylics for the art.  Or maybe the base was too dark for the flowers?  Or maybe my dot base was just too busy?  Who knows.  But I still am not a huge fan.

I do enjoy and love I Got A Blue Attitude by China Glaze.  It's a gorgeous plurple color which covered perfectly in two coats.  Super shiny, and just a fun color.

What do you think?  Like this design?  Hate it like I do?

Until next time, <3.


Flowers

The One With the Splash Flower

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today?  It's Saturday, but honestly it's just another day to me.  I'll sleep in, eat some food, and watch Netflix.  My life is so thrilling.  Well, I might spend some time outside because it's probably going to be the last nice weekend before Fall really sets in.  Who knows, maybe this is the start to an Indian Summer.  We will just have to wait and see.

Since it's going to be in the 80s, I figured I would share a bright manicure that is perfect one to wear if you're holding on to summer.  The other night I was feeling really uninspired and I asked my friend Holly to pick out a manicure, and she came back with a bright splash flower design.  At first I didn't like it, but it really grew on me and I loved how it turned out.

Let's take a look!



Colors Used:
  • ORLY - Summer Fling
  • ORLY - Frolic
  • ORLY - Mirrorball
  • Serendipity Polish - Holo-Day Lights
Cute, right?  I haven't done a splash flower design in awhile and I forgot how easy they are to do.  To get the look, once your white base is dry, you pretty much paint a flower on your nail using the dry brush technique.  For this one, I started with Summer Fling and dry brushed some petals on.  I then filled in the center with Frolic using the same technique.  I then went through with my nail art brush and outlined the dry brush.  The whole point of the splash flower is that it doesn't have to be perfect, it's supposed to look a tad messy and abstract.

Summer Fling is a gorgeous polish from ORLY.  In my opinion, it's a crelly polish which applies evenly in two coats.  It's such a bright coral peach which is the perfect summer color.  I used it for a pedicure and was not disappointed.

What do you think?  Like this look?  Think it's a good end of summer design??

Until next time, <3.



Dot Mani

The One With the Sunflowers

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today??  Can you believe I'm back posting so soon?  That's because I finally edited all my photos and realized I have 7 posts to share with you.  Now if I can only get my butt into gear and pre-publish the posts and write them ahead of time.  Maybe I'll work on that tomorrow.

It's sunflower season, so it's only fitting that I paint some sunflowers on my nails.  This year I did two in a row, and debated which to share with you first.  Since the other one is a re-creation of last year's design,  I thought I'd start with the new design.  This one was slightly inspired by a design I saw on Pinterest using a beloved Serendipity Polish.

Let's take a look.


Colors Used:

  • Serendipity Polish - Bottomless Mimosas
  • Serendipity Polish - Building My Empire
  • Acrylics
Bottomless Mimosas is a gorgeous yellow polish.  Two coats and full coverage.  You technically could have gotten away with one coat, but I had a patchy spot on my middle finger I needed to even out.  It is so bright and cheery, really a perfect yellow.  My Twin Mimmy by OPI is one of my favorite yellows, and this is on par with it, if not better.

Building My Empire is my favorite black polish which I am upset I will never get another bottle of.  One coat, quick drying, and super shiny.  Sigh, I'm so sad about Serendipity Polish closing.

The flowers are actually really easy to create.  I first started by painting the brown center on my nail.  When it was dried, I took a light orange paint and painted the petals, then went through with a yellow paint and filled in the empty spaces between the orange petals.  Since I decided to add some texture so I went through and put a little orange on the yellow petals.  Cleaned up the brown center, added the dots in the center to be little sunflower seeds, added a top coat, and called it a night.  Okay, it sounds a lot more complicated than it really is.

What do you think?  Like this look?  Ever done a sunflower manicure??

Until next time, <3.

Dot Mani

The One With the Re-Creation of an Old Daisy Manicure

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing on this fine Sunday?  I almost wasn't going to post today because I've been kind of under the weather the last few days, but I powered through and here I am posting.  My thoughts and prayers are with everyone in Florida and are bunkered down through Irma.  These hurricanes are crazy.

Today's manicure is a re-creation of a daisy design I did a few years ago.  My original design was inspired by Wondrously Polished.  Simple black manicure, with green polka dots, and some daises on top.  One of my favorite designs then, and still is now.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • Serendipity Polish - Building My Empire
  • Serendipity Polish - Hike & Be Happy
  • Serendipity Polish - Bottomless Mimosas
  • Serendipity Polish - #GoalDigger
Yes, an all polished nail art manicure using only Serendipity Polish.  I'm still sad that they closed up shop.  By far one of my favorite brands with their one coat polishes.  They are all so perfect for nail art due to the fact that they are so opaque.  They dry fast too, so you can start layering designs pretty quickly.

What do you think?  Like this look?  Sad that Serendipity Polish is no more?

Until next time, <3.


Flowers

The One With the Roses

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today?  It's Thursday, although it feels like a Wednesday since I had Monday off for Labor Day.  I hate when weeks are like this, but partially I love them because Friday is here sooner than I know it.  Although my Friday feels like a Thursday and I'm behind on work.  Blah.

Anywho, today's manicure is a cute rose design which I'm probably sure I have done in the past.  I haven't done a rose manicure in a while, which kind of shocked me.  I was really on a daisy kick this summer and ignored all other flowers.  I do have two sunflower manicures I need to edit and post.  I should do that for next week.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • Sally Hansen - Electric Pop
  • ORLY - White Tips
  • Serendipity Polish - Holo Day Lights
Cute, isn't it?  Gosh how I've missed rose manicures. They used to be my go-to design when I started this blog, especially because it was one of the first designs I taught myself how to create.  Brings me back to the good old days.  Can you believe we're coming up on six years of this blog??  Crazy!

What do you think?  Like this rose design?  Fan of the color combination?

Until next time, <3.


Color Block Mani

The One With the Mosaic Looking Nail Art

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today?  It's Labor Day here in the states, so that means that I have the day off from work.  My plans for the day, sleep, sleep, and more sleep.  Then I should be all rested and ready to return to work on Tuesday.

Today's manicure is a fun, swirly mosaic color block looking design I did a few weeks ago.  I was feeling uninspired and came across a similar look on Pinterest.  Since it had been forever since I did a mosaic looking design, I jumped on the opportunity.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • ORLY - Scenic Route
  • OPI - My Boyfriend Scales Walls
  • OPI - You're Such a Budapest
  • OPI - I Believe in Manicures
Cute, right??  It's a super simple look to re-create too!  First, you start off with a base of white polish.  I used My Boyfriend Scales Walls since I thought it was the most neutral white.  Not too bright, and not too dark.  When that base was dried, I took a black acrylic paint and outlined my color blocks.  I then colored in the empty spaces with different colored polishes.  When those were dry, I went through with the black acrylic and cleaned up the lines a little more.

What do you think?  Like this look?  Fan of the color combination?

Until next time, <3.


Monthly Mani Favs

The One With August's #MonthlyManiFavs

9:00:00 AM

Good morning polished world!  Happy Friday to you all!!  I apologize for not posting more this week, but my sinuses and allergies have been killing me.  When I've come home from work, I literally just lay in bed like a potato and don't move until I fall asleep.  I should probably make sure I don't have a sinus infection.

Anyways, today is the first day of September that means it is time for me to post my Monthly Mani Favs for August.  I thought I had another day to put this post together since I thought yesterday was the 30th, but no....it was the 31st.  Sigh, the days are going way too fast.

Let's take a look!


  • #TheNailArtSquad Raises Awareness for Epidermolysis Bullosa - The Nail Art Squad came together in August to raise awareness for the disease Epidermolysis Bullosa.  This is a rare disease where the skin blisters causing it to be very fragile.  Children who have the disease are known as butterfly children due to their fragile nature.  My close friend had a friend pass away from this disease and was so thankful that we did this.
  • The One With the OPI Daisies - Such a cute design! I rarely do an accent nail that isn't gold or silver, so this white glitter one is absolutely one of my favorites.  Especially paired with this design.  So bright, cheerful, and perfect for summer.
  • The One With the Bokeh Bubbles - I haven't done a bokeh design in awhile so I decided to give the look a try again.  I grabbed some acrylics and a cup of water and got to work.  I really fell in love with the end look and am going to have to try it again soon!
  • The One With the Blue Serendipity Polish Flowers - I'm still mourning the loss of Serendipity Polish.  Why did this awesome brand have to shut down??   Look at that blue polish!!!  One of my all time favorite colors ever.
What do you think?  Any of these your favorite?

Until next time, <3.

China Glaze

The One With the Watermelon Gradient Manicure

9:00:00 AM


Monday is upon us once again.  Hello there my polished peeps!  How was your weekend?  The weather here was absolutely gorgeous.  Perfect sunny days, temperatures in the 70s.  Quite a change from the rainy summer we have had.  Although, the weather didn't feel too summery, it felt more like fall.  Weather like this makes me count my blessings when I look at what's happening in Texas. My heart goes out to all of those dealing with this horrific flooding.  Truly, I am praying for you all.

Today's manicure is one of my last summery manicures....a watermelon gradient!  I wore this mani last weekend at the annual family picnic where I work.  Of course I had a watermelon shirt to match. Dumb me did pink watermelons instead of red like what was on my shirt, but it still looked cute regardless.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • China Glaze - Lip Smackin' Good
  • China Glaze - Lime After Lime
  • ORLY - White Tips
Lovely, right?  Same colors I used for my other watermelon manicure earlier this summer.  How could I not use these though since they are the perfect color for a watermelon??  They work perfect for a gradient too.  I was a tad hesitant on using Lime After Lime because sometimes those neon greens don't show up well over the white or for photos, but I was pleasantly surprised.



Super duper easy look to re-create.  You first start out with a base of white polish.  When that's dried, it's time for the gradient.  I painted pink, white, and green on the make up sponge and dabbed until I got the desired look.  I added a quick top coat before I added the seeds.  I did those this year with a dotting tool instead of freehanding with a paint brush.  I found that the dotting tool was a lot easier.

What do you think?  Like these watermelons?  Something you've tried or want to??

Until next time, <3.

Bug Mani

#TheNailArtSquad Raises Awareness for Epidermolysis Bullosa

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world and Happy Friday to you all!!!  Yup, Friday is here and I couldn't be happier.  My work week has been hectic despite the fact I've only had a four day work week.  I'm sleeping all weekend.  Or at least I think I will and then I get plans and that just goes by the wayside.

Today I'm back collaborating with the Nail Art Squad.  This month, we are painting purple butterfly manicures to raise awareness for Epidermolysis Bullosa.  My friend Meagan had a close friend named Taylor who recently passed away from this disease.  When she told me about the disease, my heart was broken. Epidermolysis Bullosa is a rare skin disease which causes the skin to literally blister.  Those who are diagnosed with it have a very short life expectancy due to the fact that the skin is very fragile.  The children are known as butterfly children due to their fragile nature like a butterfly.

One night when I sat down to do my nails, Meagan asked if I had ever done butterfly nails.  Of course I started to show her all my previous manicures and she said she wanted her nails to be purple butterflies for Taylor.  I decided to draft up a design on my own nails and told Meagan that I would be posting it on my blog to raise awareness for the ideas and to remember Taylor.  Then it hit me, I could raise more awareness if I did a collaboration.  So I contacted Sarah and we gathered up the Nail Art Squad for today's manicure.

Let's take look!


Colors Used:
  • China Glaze - Lotus Begin
  • China Glaze - Let's Jam
  • China Glaze - I Got a Blue Attitude
Isn't it lovely?  The whole manicure turned out perfectly.  When I was painting it, I told Meagan that Taylor was cheering me on making sure I didn't mess up.  I truly believe it too because out of all the butterfly wing designs I've done, this one was the easiest to create.  Usually my lines are too thick, the gradient doesn't work....the list can go on and on.  Every single step went smoothly.

Let's take a look at the other girl's manicures!!



I hope that one day they find a cure for this horrible disease.  Learning about something like this really makes you count your blessings.

Until next time, <3.

Flowers

The One With the Blue Serendipity Polish Flowers

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today?  Can you believe it's already Wednesday?  I kid you not, I thought today was Tuesday because I had Monday off.  Don't you just hate that when your whole week gets thrown off because of one day??  Oh well, at least that means Friday will be here before I know it.

Today I'm sharing a blue manicure I did using one of my new Serendipity Polish's.  I purchased the Summer in the OC collection right when it was released, then life got busy and I wasn't able to use it until now.  I'm kicking myself that it took me so long, especially since their shop is closed now and I can't purchase back ups.  Sigh.

Anyways, let's take a look!



Colors Used:
  • Serendipity Polish - We Run This Beach
  • Serendipity Polish -Vitamin Sea
  • Serendipity Polish - Hike & Be Happy
I am in love with We Run This Beach.  As everyone is well aware, this is my favorite shade of blue ever.  I honestly wish I had 100 bottles of this color.  I never would tired of it.  I'm imagining it with the holo top coat and dying just thinking of it.  Two coats, which is surprising for Serendipity Polish since most of their polishes are one coaters.  It's not a difficult two coater though, first is a little sheer then it builds beautifully on the second coat.

I used Vitamin Sea and Hike & Be Happy for the floral design.  What I loved about this brand was that their colors are so opaque that you can use them over dark bases like this for nail art and have the colors show up.  Honestly, the best nail art polishes ever.  Sigh, please open your shop back up and come back to me!!!! 

What do you think of this design?  Love the colors??

Until next time, <3.

Dot Mani

The One With the Negative Space Flowers

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today?  It's Saturday and usually I get to sleep in, but sadly, today I am off to work.  Okay, I'm not too sad about it because we have this huge annual picnic and it should be quite fun.  I am a little sad that I'm missing my day to sleep in, but what can you do.  There's always next weekend.

Today I'm sharing with you the manicure I wore last week on my birthday.  This year I opted to not wear a cupcake design and instead match the polka dot dress I wore.  Well, actually, I ended up wearing a really cute pair of polka dotted pants, and the day after wore the dress because the weather ended up being cold, but whatever.  It all worked out.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • NYC - Tropicoral
  • ORLY - Gumdrop
  • ORLY - White Tips

It's super cute, right?  The dress is a coral dress with white polka dots, which literally matches my middle finger.  I put the bottle of Tropicoral on the dress and you couldn't tell the difference at all.  I forgot about this polish and am happy I re-visited it.  I always forget about NYC being a brand because it's not ever at any of the stores I go to.  Actually, I haven't gone to a beauty store or drug store in a long time.

I love negative space floral designs.  I am surprised it's taken me this long to create one this year.  I always thought it would look weird since I have an odd nail line, but you really can't tell because the design hides it.

What do you think?  Fan of this design?  Fan of the negative space floral?

I'm off to enjoy the picnic, then possibly go buy all of Sally Beauty Supply for a job well done.

Until next time, <3.

Bow Mani

The One With the Bows

9:00:00 AM


Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing today?  Wednesday is here and we are midway through our week.  Well, I'm not since I have to work Saturday.  It's going to be a fun day though so I'm not dreading it.  Hopefully the weather is going to be nice.  Never know anymore what the weather is going to do around here.

Anyways, today's manicure is a cute bow design that I've done a couple times in the past.  A few weeks ago it was my niece's birthday and she absolutely loves purple and Minnie Mouse.  So I decided to do a cute Minnie bow in purple for her birthday party.

Let's take a look!


Colors Used:
  • China Glaze - Let's Jam
  • ORLY - White Tips
  • OPI - Champagne For Breakfast
Cute isn't it?  My niece loved them.  She kept staring at them yelling out "they're purple! I love purple!"  She's too damn cute.  Let's Jam is a gorgeous purple polish with a subtle blue shimmer in it.  I'm so happy I purchased this last year and really wish I had a back up bottle because it's such a unique color.  Two coats and full coverage.

Champagne for Breakfast was a polish I was going to pass on but was so happy I didn't.  I thought that it was your run of the mill holo glitter, but it's actually a textured polish!  They should have marketed it under the Liquid Sand line.  Absolutely gorgeous and so happy to have it.

What do you think?  Like this bow manicure?  Fan of these polishes??

Until next time, <3.