I got a new polish called Green Up Your Act from Nicole by OPI. So I just did all my nails with that color and on just both ring fingers, I made a bow. The knot of the bow is a silver rhinestone and the bow part I used little beads that I got from a store Daiso. I don't know if you've ever heard of it, but it's a Japanese store that sells a bit of everything from household stuff to school stuff to even nail stuff. The design is really cute, but it took time to make the bow since I had to put the beads one by one. Anyways. The color on my nail looks blu-ish, but the real color is on the bottle. Hope you guys like it!
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Hello! So this weekend I'm going to Moto GP and I wanted to do my nails that would go hand in hand with Moto GP. What did I think of? The checkered flag they wave when winner cross the finish line, but instead of black and white, I did black and blue since my favorite color is blue after all. I used L.A. Girl Flare Turquoise for the background and let that dry for a few minutes. I did struggle on how to do the checkers so I just used my Art Club Nail Art Black to make the individual squares. It took forever and does not look perfect, but practice does make perfect.
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Can't get enough dots? Like I said in the last post, this is one of my favorite. I started off with Sally Hansen's White Tip, then took Sinful Colors Beautiful Girl and made dots vertically in the middle of my nail trying to make the dots evenly apart. That alone is cute enough.
Saturday, July 2, 2011
Friday, June 3, 2011
Hello people. At the rate I'm going, I'm probably going to do one post per month which sucks. Anyways, starting off June. I have strips on half my nail and added dots to the bottom of the strips. I started off painting only half of my nail diagonally with China Glaze Light As Air which I borrowed from a dear friend. Thank you friend! I don't know if you could tell in the picture but Light As Air is a very light lilac color. I took many pictures and it either turned out looking light blue or pink, never a shade of purple. Once that dried, I took my black Art Club Nail Art polish with its thin brush to make the lines. I tried making it evenly spread out and it takes a pretty steady hand to make the lines straight. Then with a medium dotting tool, I put black dots below the straights kind of finishing off the design. It looked weird with just lines especially since its only half the nail. Finish off with a clear coat and you're set!
Monday, May 9, 2011
I was suppose to post this blog a month ago, but I've been lagging. So since this is the time when prom happens and I just wanted to share what nail design I had when I went to prom. My dress was white with some gold details. Being me, I wanted something really simple and something that would match my dress. Nothing too fancy. Using Sally Hansen's White Tip, I did a french tip then using L.A. Colors Art Deco Gold lined the bottom of the tip and there you go!