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tylerblackwood:

My beautiful best friend :)

I’m pretty fabulous. You’re alright too.
I adore these Art Deco polishes. It’s so easy to use. :)

I adore these Art Deco polishes. It’s so easy to use. :)

Insta-dry Sally Hanson in Lickety-Split Lime

Insta-dry Sally Hanson in Lickety-Split Lime

Sally Hanson Salon Effects! 

I really enjoyed putting these on and I’m on day 3 of wearing them and have only minimal chips! It took a couple of tries but once I figured out how to stretch the ‘polish’ it turned out really well. If you plan on using these make sure you push back your cuticles and fit the polish strips as close but not going rover your cuticles. 

Again, sorry for the poor photo quality…. Taken with my blackberry.

Sally Hanson Salon Effects!

I really enjoyed putting these on and I’m on day 3 of wearing them and have only minimal chips! It took a couple of tries but once I figured out how to stretch the ‘polish’ it turned out really well. If you plan on using these make sure you push back your cuticles and fit the polish strips as close but not going rover your cuticles.

Again, sorry for the poor photo quality…. Taken with my blackberry.

blanketprint:

Colors: Blagger (Butter London), Cheeky Chops (Butter London), Black Lingerie (Revlon)
My leopard print manicure from about a month ago received several notes/reblogs, so I thought I’d create a tutorial for it. Plus, I believe someone requested an animal print tutorial, so here you go! :)
Start by painting your nail with a base coat and then a base color. Once that has dried, use a contrasting color to paint on spots. You don’t need a dotting tool or anything to do this. Just use the nail polish brush to plop on messy spots as I have. Once that dries, use a dotting tool, toothpick, striper, or small paint brush to create parenthesis-like shapes around your spots. Add dots/blobs to fill in any empty spaces/gaps. Seal in your design with a top coat, and you’re all set!
Helpful tips: Pay attention to how far apart your leopard spots are. You don’t want your nail to look too busy, and you also don’t want your spots so close that all the details end up touching. Also, when choosing colors, make sure your leopard spot color contrasts with your base color and isn’t too similar to whatever color you’re using to create your parenthesis-like shapes and dots/blobs.

blanketprint:

Colors: Blagger (Butter London), Cheeky Chops (Butter London), Black Lingerie (Revlon)

My leopard print manicure from about a month ago received several notes/reblogs, so I thought I’d create a tutorial for it. Plus, I believe someone requested an animal print tutorial, so here you go! :)

Start by painting your nail with a base coat and then a base color. Once that has dried, use a contrasting color to paint on spots. You don’t need a dotting tool or anything to do this. Just use the nail polish brush to plop on messy spots as I have. Once that dries, use a dotting tool, toothpick, striper, or small paint brush to create parenthesis-like shapes around your spots. Add dots/blobs to fill in any empty spaces/gaps. Seal in your design with a top coat, and you’re all set!

Helpful tips: Pay attention to how far apart your leopard spots are. You don’t want your nail to look too busy, and you also don’t want your spots so close that all the details end up touching. Also, when choosing colors, make sure your leopard spot color contrasts with your base color and isn’t too similar to whatever color you’re using to create your parenthesis-like shapes and dots/blobs.