Today is the first day of another Digit-al Dozen theme week, and this week’s theme is BOOKS! I painted the picture from this cover of J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye for my first mani of the week. I almost never paint real pictures on my nails and I’m pretty proud of how these turned out! Read more at the full post.
My friend Erin asked me if I was “like a Disney princess or something” when she saw these nails and I had to say yes because these are kind of totally Disney-princessy. I’m also kind of in love with them. Read more at the full post!
Orly Pink Pixel with nail art and topcoat! After wearing Pink Pixel on its own for a day I couldn’t help arting on it and making it all shiny and sparkly. I love these so much! More at the full post.
Futuristic art deco nails using Super Black Lacquers Torque and Murdered Out! I’m super proud of these because they’re completely freehanded, not taped. YAY! Check out the full post for more pictures and a review of these lovely polishes.
China Glaze Snap My Dragon with floral stamping! I’m starting to like stamping a lot you guys. More at the full post!
Glitter polka dots and chains for the final day of Bling Week! You guys. I don’t know why, but I’m basically obsessed with these haha. I can’t stop looking at them. More at the full post!
Day 4 of bling week is a tri-color gradient with Shimmer Polish and black heart rhinestones! You guys wouldn’t believe how sparkly these were IRL, they almost blinded me. More at the full post!
Loose glitter patterns for day 3 of bling week, on a base of Lime Crime Milky Ways because I literally cannot get enough of off-white polishes SORRY I’M NOT SORRY. More at the full post!
Framing, floral, and studs using cool stuff from KKcenterHK! Check out the full post for a review and details about how I did these.
It’s time for another Digit-al Dozen week, and the theme this time is BLING! Super excited about that because bling is one of my favorite nail art things. For the first day I did gradients made out of rhinestones and I love how sparkly they are! Check out the full post for more.