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A blog about nailart, creativity and life in general! :)


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My Easter Manicure

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These are my Easter nails. They go with my Easter chocolate! I like the cheerful yellow. I already blogged about this style of ombre nail art in light blue here, but I just love this design so much I wanted to do it again! (that doesn’t happen me very often!) I used Sally Hansen, Lightening and Essie, Blanc and a dotting tool too.

Tonight Greg and I and a few friends are having a going away party in our local. It’s happy/sad!! I’ll miss everyone I’ve gotten to know over the last four years but I’m really keen to get on with my life and get the wedding organised, go home to Ireland etc.!

I’m not going to think about it too much tonight I’m just going to have a good time with friends and wine! (and shots!)

These are the perfect nails for my evening, cheerful and bright!

Have a good weekend everyone! 🙂

Nicola xxx

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Muffin and Stripes Manicure

Happy Friday everybody! I hope everyone has fun weekend plans. My plan is to have a  big fat glass of wine after work with my fiance, then another one with my best friend, and then sleep as much as possible this weekend! What are your plans?

I’ve seen this type of manicure all over pinterest and I decided I was in a nail art kind of mood so I tried it! I like how cheerful it is! The accent nail was a little challenging. Just trying to get the white part of the muffin to look good took a little time. I used a dotting tool. It’s not my best manicure but it’s one of my brightest! 

I used OPI’s Strawberry Margarita for the base. A purple nail art polish with a really thin brush helped me make the stripes. For the accent nail I used Sally Hansen’s White On and for the little dots of colour on the muffin I used Sally Hansen Insta dry (for the blue and yellow) the peach colour came from The Face Shop. So did the red cherry on top. They don’t have shade names it just says The Face Shop on them. I can’t complain about that because they were about 90c each! The base coat for the accent nail is a glitter polish from a store here called Missha.