Friday, June 6, 2014


Well, as you can see, I had to cut my nails last night.  They just kept breaking.  Not sure what is the problem.  I even went back to using some Barielle treatments that I've used in the past that worked for me, but this time not so much.  As you can see from how short they are, I had one break pretty bad.  Thinking about taking Biotin to help with my nail situation.

I always feel less inspired when I have shorties to work with, but this turned out pretty good.  I used OPI - Push and Pur-Pull from the new summer neons collection.  Then I added 2 coats of Revlon Nail Art Moon Candy - Orbit (the flaky glitter side).  I then stamped using Konad Special Polish in white and Bundle Monster plate # 319.  Then to tone the white down a little bit I used OPI sheer tint in purple over the top (my new favorite trick I like to do), it always takes that stark whiteness away and leaves a more color flowing mani I think.

Hope you all have a great weekend!


Unknown said...

Oh, me likey! I'm gonna have to get those sheer tints!

Brooke said...

I NEVER thought I would use the sheer tints as much as I have, but I use them all the time. I even keep them out on my desk instead of putting them away because I have been using them so much. I know some people have been making their own by taking clear polish and adding a few drops of whatever color they want to make to the clear.

Anonymous said...

You're rocking those shorties though like no other! I love this mani!

Queen of The Lacquer Castle said...

Oooh, too pretty. That is one of my favorite stamps to use. It can be turned slanted, sideways, from the top, etc and look so cool.

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