Wednesday, July 1, 2009


I had a nail break on me last night - boo hoo! At least it was a thumb nail though, so it doesn't stick out as much. I actually made it worse when I cut it with the clippers, so I ended up making it shorter than it really had to be. I was just starting to think about how good short nails have been looking, however after dealing with this shorty mcshorty - I LOVE my long nails and don't want to lose them! So here is my shorty for you all to gaze upon:

I've got me some good luck all the way from Australia though helping my nail to grow out !!


Rai said...

A couple of my nails broke, too. I had to cut them short. =[

Skye said...

ur nailz l0ok great hun,you can hardly see a difference.And now u have ur 2nd wish of luck from Australia hehehehe I love the koala,his super cute =p

Lucy said...

Oh, I'm so sorry for your other nails. Now they're lonely. Still look nice to me. How many people would give you some sympathy over a broken nail? You can get lots of love for your nails by blogging. It's so funny and really nice and comforting. (((Hugs)))

Nixxy said...

I feel your pain, girl! My koalas are know to bring good luck and nail strength to all they touch :D

pixelsandpolish said...

Sorry about your nail, I just broke one so I feel your pain!

Alexlyndra said...

I agree, thumb nails aren't that big think when they brake but I do the same thing as you did now: I make it shorter than it has to be when I fix it. :P Like the colours on your mani by the way!

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