Hello! So how’s the new layout of the blog?! I figured, since I haven’t been active for over a year, I come back with something new: new layout, new posts, and a new group! I’ll now be adding my beauty reviews on this blog too. Advertisements
To make up for the lack of posts, I wanted to bring up a type of post I haven’t done in a really long time. Here are the polishes and tools I’ve been loving for the month of April. I’m gonna make a promise to myself to make my monthly favorites posts on time.
I’m not much of a hockey fan…but I love repping my community whenever I can. Since today’s a playoff game day, why not do what I do best and decorate my nails! But the note was much harder to make than I thought.
I got the inspiration to do this from the last mani I did, the Vogue inspired rainbow nails. But I opted out for more spring shades. While I’m not that happy with the look, I still want to share it with you all!
I love watching Teen Vogue’s nail art videos. I recently saw this video on a cool look by Madeline Poole, professional manicurist. When I recently bought some long overdue striper polishes, I knew this was the first look I wanted to try.
Finally the weather is warming up, the birds are chirping, and the leaves are growing. These fun nail polish colors just add to the joys of the season transitioning from winter to spring.
My nails are plain right now due to the lack of time I have to decorate them. But it’s the St. Louis Cardinals opening day and I figured I’d share a post from the past so I at least have something to show for the day! Go Cards!
Yayyyyy! Finally got around to shooting a video! I figured a video like this would be a good intro. Check it out!
Due to the breakage of multiple nails, I cut all of my nails short and rounded them up a bit. I wanted a color that stands out on it’s own and doesn’t need nail art to spice it up. OPI Not Like the Movies does just that.
It’s only natural for me to go to Ulta whenever I get a paycheck. And it’s also natural for me to get something that I didn’t intend to buy in the first place…$40 gone in a flash!