I am not a professional nail tech. I am just someone that likes to sit at home and do her nails. Sometimes they turn out really well, and other times…let’s just say that it’s a good thing the nail polish remover was near by.
Recently, I placed an order on Amazon for all kinds of nail art stuff. It is trickling in, and I am stoked. I mean, I have jewels, real dried flowers, new stamping plates, and more!
I would love to post some thoughts on these products as I use them. I recently had a mini nail polish haul too. I went to Target and found tons on clearance for under a dollar, same at Ulta (and they were brands like OPI, China Glaze, etc.) and Sally’s. I love, love, love a deal! It is extremely rare that I will pay full price for nail polish (or anything really) because it feels so good to me to feel like I snagged something on the cheap.
Here are a few photos of nails I have done for myself in the past.
Here is a pic of a caviar manicure I did. (Remember how I posted that disclaimer about not being a nail tech? Well, I’m not a photographer either.)
Here is a pic from my very first attempt at water marbling. I still needed to go back and clean up the edges.
Here was some ombre sponging, with a little glitter on top.
Fourth of July toes. (I really should wait to snap the pics until I clean up the edges, huh?)
Fimo fruit nails, with some glitter on the others.
…with rhinestone and glitter piece nails.
I do everything on my natural nails. I do not go to a salon. All of this was done at home. I think the little flaws make it homey. 🙂
Let me know what you think! I can’t wait to get more up here!