Now that the weather has been warming up, I’ve been wanting to dress up my nails in pastel shades and fun nail designs. I’ve been loving floral (for spring? Groundbreaking,) and wanted my nails to feel the love, too. I used the MoYou London Trend Hunter 01 plate to create this fun sunshine and daisies look for spring. Find out how I got this down below!
For a while there I thought I wouldn’t be able to do nail art for a long time. All of my nails broke and they looked awful. On top of that, my cuticles were a mess. They haven’t fully grown back yet. However, they’ve gotten to a point where I can do nail art without pain and have it look good on some manicured nails. When I bought the Bundle Monster Festival nail plate set last year, I bought it mostly for plate BM-S303. That plate has the coolest images on it. So, using that plate and BM-2305, I create this nail art design that I never want to take off. Seriously, the arrows look so cool. Found out how I got this Bundle Monster Peace Out, Astronaut #NOTD down below!
After playing with the OPI Color Paints back in December, I haven’t really given them much thought. I see them at the front of my nail polish drawer taunting me to use them, yet I never pick them up. But after seeing all of the beautiful watercolor designs that magic.design makes on Instagram, I wanted to play with them a little more. While my nail art is not as beautiful as magic.polish makes, I am in love with the way this turned out. Want to know how I got this? Check out this Rainbow Aztec #NOTD down below!
A few months ago I ordered a bottle of my absolute favorite top coat from Glisten and Glow. After using it for a month, I realized that the consistency was off, so I contacted the brand and they were able to send me a new top coat. But on top of that, Jill sent the brand’s base coat and the Birthday Bash January 2017 nail polish! I thought what better way to show off this beautiful blurple holo than with some nail art. Find out how I used Glisten and Glow Birthday Bash down below!
I’ve been kind of in a nail art funk lately. It’s like nothing that I create looks good anymore. I’ll try to attempt some cool nail art, but it never looks right. So I took a break from nail art for a while and stepped back in when I felt like my nails were looking a little boring. I took a look through my stamping plates and noticed that I still hadn’t used the MoYou London Tumblr Girl plate that I bought back in September. It’s a collection filled with cool images that are just so Tumblr-esque. I was inspired by the colors on the plate’s sleeve and created this pastel nail art! Check out how I used the plate down below!
Christmas is over so that means one thing: snowflake nails! One of my favorite wintery nail polishes is Zoya Crystal. It’s a beautiful blue foil with golden sparkles that make the polish look alive. This polish always reminded me of snow, so it made total sense to stamp some snowflakes on top. Find out how I got it down below!
Christmas nail art is one of my favorites to create, so after using the MoYou London Festive 06 plate in my last nail art and purchasing the OPI Color Paints, creating a fun Christmas nail art using the two was a no brainer. Check out this easy-to-create OPI Color Paints nail art!
I’m thrilled to be posting nail art again. My nails have been nubs for the past month. They’re at a decent length again and I was able to do some nail art to start off the holiday season. I settled on some ugly christmas sweater nail art, although it isn’t really that ugly. Red and white was a no brainer and I think it looks so cool. Find out how I got this down below!
Although this month I didn’t wear a lot of makeup (this seems to be how I’m starting a lot of my favorites lately…) I do have a few favorite to share with you. Read about my October Favorites down below!
So remember when I said I was going to create a full week of Halloween nail art? Well, I gave up on that one pretty quick, but I did manage to create a look for you guys! Last year I did a simple look of small ghosts and this year I made an even easier design of a mummy! The little eyes were so cute to wear and made me happy to look down on.