Today I am just sharing the latest mani I did. No nail art to show this time – life has been so hectic! To be honest, I am not a huge fan of this manicure. I did want to share it, though, because I tried a peel off base coat for the first time: NYC’s Strip Me Off. This base coat retails for $1.72 or $1.99, but my CVS had a $1 off coupon on the display.
For this, I followed the instructions on NYC’s website.
It went on kind of like a watered down glue, but dried to a clear matte-like finish.
When it’s time to take this manicure off, I’ll try peeling it off and post an update. I sure hope it works… because this nail polish was NOT opaque. Continue reading
Today I will be sharing the nails I did a few days ago, before my St. Patrick’s Day manicure. I wasn’t sure what nail art to go for that day, so I asked my boyfriend for a suggestion. Being that we both love Doctor Who, he suggested the cute adipose who were introduced during the tenth Doctor’s tenure. I just love adipose!
Adipose & white base – Wet n Wild ‘French White Crème’
Blue dots (thumb) & middle finger – Essie ‘Avenue Maintain’
Blue dots – (index) – Nicole by OPI ‘Live in the Momentum’
Blue dots (pinky) – Julep ‘Jessica’
Matte top coat – Wet n Wild ‘Matte Top Coat’ Continue reading
This is my first post on my nail polish/nail art blog: Polish Wonderland!
Tonight I will be sharing my latest simple nail art design for St. Patrick’s Day. St. Patty’s is just one day away, so I definitely couldn’t wait to get the green nail polish on 🙂
Nail polishes used:
Base green – Essie ‘Mojito Madness’
White – Sinful Colors (SC) Sinful Shine ‘Wisp’
Shamrock – Sinful Colors ‘San Francisco’
Green Swirls – Essie ‘Mojito Madness’, SC ‘Wisp’, SC ‘Happy Ending’, China Glaze ‘Pine-ing for Glitter’ Continue reading