Saturday, 27 June 2015

When Life Gives You Lemons....

Hello world, I give my sincerest apologies for not posting yesterday! I'm trying really hard to try an post every Friday but I got preoccupied with some crafting. I got really frustrated with the project, and I cracked the thumbnail on my right hand (the side is chipped and a layer of my nail came off the free edge). 

Anyway, this is my third piece of fruit inspired nails; and I must say, I just love how these turned out! They're so colourful and fun.
So, without further ado, here are my tips and tricks on how you can create your own lemon inspired nails:

Friday, 19 June 2015

Pineapple Nails (Nail Fail)

Hello all! Recently I had the great idea of doing nails related to fruit (there will be more fruit nails to come, so stay tuned), and I had the amazing idea of doing some pineapple inspired nails. Unfortunately these nails turned out nowhere near what I'd envisioned it to be, so I didn't even end up adding a top coat and I removed it soon after snapping a couple photos.
Honestly, I just don't think the colours I used went well together, and the leaves were really sloppy. It's all just a wreck... But I think I', probably going redo these again and try to make them look better.

Friday, 12 June 2015

Watermelon Gradient Nails

Hello, hello! I've finally decided to celebrate/embrace summer time by doing these super cute looking watermelon inspire nails. Unfortunately, I have a watermelon intolerance (sad, I know) and I cannot eat any watermelon; which is really unfortunate because my family consumes an unfathomable amount of it during the summer, so I'm always surrounded by them. Plus, watermelons have such nice and bright colours that make a very eye-catching manicure!
Alright, let's get down to some tips and tricks (with pictures!!) on how to create your very own watermelon gradient nail art:

Friday, 5 June 2015

Daisy Patch

Hello everyone!
I was walking to Walmart last week in search of some icecream and I walked by a very lovely patch of daisies (pictured below).
Aren't they just the cutest? So I got back home, sat down on my desk and started working on my nails right away. It just goes to show that inspiration can come at anytime. It was also a lot of fun to stray away from the usual roses that I always do. Daisies are just so cute and fun and they're so fun and summer-y.
I've also noticed that I've been in a purple phase with my polishes lately... Every time that I come up with an idea, I reach for my purple polishes first. I wonder how long this phase will last?
But without further are my tips and tricks on how to create your very own daisy patch inspired manicure: