Tuesday, May 27, 2014


Today I have kind of a few different things to share with you guys. First up, I know that you all that follow me on social media have seen a TON of pictures of my baby Aubrey, but for those of you that don't this will be your first time getting to meet her.  She takes after me in SOOO many ways, she is bossy and impatient and loves to paint her nails!  She is almost 18 months old and at that stage where we have to watch her every second because she is getting in to something she shouldn't.  Like painting her toe nails while I was taking a nap.  I gotta say though.........she never spilled the bottle and from the looks of it she dunked the brush in there several times to get that much on her foot.  As you can see, she was very proud of herself!  ( I was too a little bit, lol, but don't tell her!)

Next up is a few pics of some misc. mani's I did.  The first set of pics is one I did on my mom and the other two are some I did on me over the holiday weekend.  They chipped or got changed before I could take better pics of them but I loved them both so much I wanted to still share them.  I've added limited details on what I used for these mani's from what I could remember.  Sorry - I'm trying to get back into the swing of things and get my pictures taken right away before I destroy my mani.

 The base color is OPI LE Sally's Beauty 50th Anniversary polish - 50 is the new fabulous.  Stamped in silver using Mo-You London Mother Nature collection plate #02.

The base is a purple gradient stamped in white using Mo-You London Bridal Plate Collection #05 for the rose & #07 for the lace.  LOVE THE LACE PLATE!!!  Then my newest favorite trick to do is to use a OPI sheer tints polish to go over the white stamp to make it match the color of the mani.  This made it look like those plastic lace table cloths, but in a cool way.  I loved this one!

For this I painted my nails black and stamped in white with MO-You London Hipster Plate Collection #05.  Then to add color I did my trick of adding layers of OPI Sheer Tints and I used a few of the Sally Hansen Triple Shine polishes that are like the sheer tints.  Compared the OPI polishes were superior to the Sally Hansen ones though.  The colors were more vibrant and didn't cause dragging/smudge marks when used.


pamela greenlee said...

Lil princess did a good job, she can only get better with you as her momma <3 #teamAubrey

Brooke said...

It's hard to be mad at my baby for doing that! Thank goodness it was a clear color and she didn't spill it though! I gotta watch that little toot around my goodies!

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