I typically do my nails in the evening, since that is the only time I have. It works out, because then they can cure overnight and I can go about my business. My intention this weekend was to start with a lovely pale blue and do some stamping over it. (We all know for stamping, you need those nails to be dry.) But ugh! When I woke up this morning I realized that I went to bed with my nails a bit too wet because they were full of these creases and indents from the blankets.
I went from having this nice smooth finish to this. I didn’t want to stamp over it, so I figured I had nothing to lose. Since it was already a mess, why not try something more “daring” than I normally would? Worst case…take it off and start over.
The blue polish that I used was Zoya Rebel. It took two coats to be opaque. It is a light blue polish with a silvery gold shimmer. Then, I decided to top off the messed up blue coat with Sinful Colors Love Sprinkles. I did not put on any of the hearts. I only wanted the white and pink polka dots.
Next, the part where I went a little wild. 🙂 I have this random nail art wheel that I dug little flowers out of. I wasn’t particular about colors. I just thought with things finally starting to sprout for spring, the baby blue and pink dots would be springy with multiple colors of flowers.
And that is what I ended up with! Some 3D nail art that is colorful and fun. I am not sure how practical it is or how long it will stay on my nails, but for now it’s fun to be blinged out. And, with so much going visually, those creases are a thing of the past.
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Tomorrow is Easter, so I did my nails in some fun spring colors. Please excuse and remaining sloppy edges, since I wanted to get some pics in the daylight. 🙂
I did each nail in a different spring shade. From left to right I used: Sally Girl Simple, Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Mellow Yellow, Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Breezy Blue, Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Tickled Pink, and Fresh Paint Honeydew. Since all of these are light colors, I needed about three coats of each to feel good about them.
I topped off all of the nails with a coat of Maybelline Color Show Polka Dots Clearly Spotted. This polish is made of of different sizes of black and white dots, and I wish I had another bottle, because I can’t find it anywhere now.
I thought these colors looked really fun together, and they will make a cute look for Easter. The remind of me the Robin Egg candies.
This was easy, quick, colorful, and perfect for a sunny day! And, it will match whatever I pull out of my closet. 🙂
Have a very blessed Easter! Thanks for reading!