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I’m always looking for manicure inspiration everywhere I go. Sometimes I get inspired by a piece of clothing I own, sometimes I get inspired by a holiday or what’s on TV – and sometimes I just get inspired by the nail polish and nail art tools I have sitting in my room. This manicure was inspired […]
In last week’s Manicure Monday post, I told you about the nail polish my little sister picked me up on her trip to South Korea. I’m currently obsessed with them, so this week, I couldn’t wait to use them again!
My little sister recently took a trip to South Korea, so naturally, when she asked what souvenir I wanted, I said nail polish. She came back with the eight beauties, plus some fun nail art studs. Obviously, I couldn’t wait to get started! A black and white glitter polish really caught my eye – it’s a […]
I wanted to thank everyone for the kind words I’ve been receiving about starting up my weekly Manicure Monday posts again. For those that don’t know, I’m coming out of quite a busy period in my life. I was applying to new jobs, helping to plan my sister’s wedding, and moving to a totally different […]
Sprucing up a basic manicure is simple – just add a glittery accent nail! Whether it’s because I’m too lazy to decorate every nail or because I don’t like to over-complicate things, I’m a big fan of the accent nail. It helps to elevate your manicure without going overboard – and without spending hours to […]
I’ve always been intrigued my texture polishes. How cool is it that you can create nail art just with a swipe of a brush? From metallic polishes and feather polishes, to crackle polish and velvet. It’s amazing how easy nail art can be! My newest texture obsession? I’ve recently fallen in love with Liquid Sand […]
When it comes to holiday manicures, you can go as simple as sporting the colors of the season, or you can go full-out cheese. I’ve tried everything in between – from simple, red nails for Christmas to tracing out a glittery tree with tape. This year’s Christmas manicure is a little more simple, but still […]