Oh how I wish the weather here would be anything but gross and rainy! I'm trying to influence the weather via nail art, so here's another snow inspired manicure.
07 December 2013
It really doesn't snow in Atlanta, but I've found myself inspired by all the snowflake manicures I've been seeing! Plus, I saw Frozen the other day and it was soooooo pretty! So I'm tossing my own snowflake nail art into the ring. I used Mr.Candiipants' awesome (and hilarious, as always) snowflake tutorial video, as well as a modified version of The Nailasaurus' amazing pastel galaxy tutorial for the background.
05 December 2013
When I was little my mom used to stick candy canes on my presents in the shape of a heart, and I stole her idea and do it for all the gifts I give now. Because there is always time to give people candy. I'm still being hesitant about doing full on red and green for Christmas, but I can feel it coming.
03 December 2013
So I saw another winter Finger Paints collection, Holiday Love Affair at Sally's, and was intrigued! I never usually see more than one full collection per season for Finger Paints, but this year has felt different! I wonder if it's because their other collection, Enchanted Holiday, was all textures, so they wanted to do something different? I dunno, but I can't complain about more polish!
There are five shades in this collection. I skipped a red shimmer and this red glitter from Teen Polish Junkie's blog. You can also check out more pictures of all five shades at TheKarenD's blog! (You should be following her anyway if you aren't already!)
01 December 2013
I do not hate myself enough to go shopping on Black Friday (and especially not Thanksgiving evening), but to all the brave souls who did, this (late!) manicure is for you. I've heard way too many horror stories, and witnessed my fair share (6+ years in retail) of how normal, nice people can lose it over cut price Elmo dolls. I never had a customer actually cuss at me until my very first Black Friday as a cashier at a fabric store. Evidently us not having enough teddy bear flannel to clothe a nation was Serious. Business.