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Penguins!

 

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Because who doesn’t love penguins?!I got inspiration for this manicure  here. Sometimes I really like to see if I can recreate the manicures I see online. I think that’s ok, as long as I always give credit for the image and don’t try to pass the original idea off as my own, what do you guys think about that?

 


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Moo-tastic

 

I would like to say that there was a logical reason I decided to paint my nails  in cow print, but no. Nope. No reason. Just me being silly one evening and having fun with nail art. 🙂

I love how it turned out! I’m having a joint birthday celebration with my fiance next weekend and the theme is black and white, I might do something with cow/zebra print for that night out 🙂

To get the cow print effect I used my dotting stick. I just kind of pushed the black polish around a little section of the nail until I was happy. It didn’t take long and it wasn’t hard. I also used a thin brush just to round the edges a little.

I like the idea of messing up an elegant french manicure and putting cow print all over it, it made me smile!

The pink is from Etude house. The white was bought at at local beauty store the brand is Prorance.


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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.