It’s St Patrick’s Day this weekend! This holiday is finally on the weekend. I feel like its been on a weekday for years and years. I’m going to try to eat/drink and dress in all green tomorrow.
These are my St Patrick’s Day nail for the weekend. It’s more of a sophisticated look.
OPI This Isn’t Greenland, Finger Paints Beverly’s Touch & some studs I ordered off eBay.
It was hard to capture the real colour of the gold polish. In some of my pictures it looks like silver. Even the studs looked silver. I think I need better lighting.
Thank you everyone for stopping by! I hope you all have a wonderful St Patrick’s Day weekend. I think i will have a tall glass of green beer!
Good Morning Nail Peeps,
I hope everyone is having a good week so far! As mentioned on Monday, I have poppy nails to share. While driving to work this week, Christmas lights have been turned on by the City down the main street. Don’t get me wrong, I love the holidays but turning the lights on before Remembrance Day is disrespectful. Why can we not wait a whole 11 days before starting another holiday and take those 11 days to remember how we are so lucky to have what we have today.
Drives me a bit nuts. I even sent an email to my ward Councillor. Anyways! Nail time!
Base: Wet’N’Wild Yo Soy.
Poppies: Zoya Amal, Nicole by OPI Sensational Scarlet & OPI 4 in the Morning.
I used a dotting tool to create the poppies and its center. I topped it all off with Sinful Colors matte top coat.
Thank you everyone for stopping by! Have a wonderful weekend and please take a moment to remember those who fought (and are fighting) for us.
Happy Mani Monday.
Today I have remembrance day nails to share. This week, it is all about remembering the day the first world war ended. We celebrate it on November 11th (Saturday). Therefore this week I have 2 poppy manis.
Base: OPI Check out the Old Geysirs, from the OPI Iceland Collection.
Poppies: MoYou London Flower Power plate 4, China Glaze Liquid Leather, a red & a dark red sparkly Cosmetic Arts polishs & Zoya Honor.
I’ve created another tutorial video that I will share shortly. I reverse stamped the image using a small brush to colour in the stamp and I put clear over top so I could pick the image up when it was dry.
Thank you everyone for stopping by. I hope you all have a wonderful week! I will post links to my video shortly.