Happy Monday Beauties!
We got 4 days till Christmas 🙂 Who’s excited? I know I am. This is my absolute favorite time of year. It’s been warm for NY this time of year so there is no snow, which is different but I’m not complaining!!
So today’s post is about (you guessed it) my favorite nail polish. If you have been following my blog for a while you know that I get acrylic over my nails so I don’t paint them that often at home. However I did find an awesome color last week in Wal*Mart that prompted me to paint my own nails.
Back to what I was saying though… In the salon I go has 3 major brands OPI, Chyna Glaze, and Essie. Out of those 3 I can’t really pick a favorite they are all such good quality polishes and have awesome colors. My favorite color though that I wear practically all summer, mainly on my toes is “Flip flop fantasy” I love, love, love this color!! It looks so pretty on and even better when I have a tan lol it’s like an electric coral.
Here is a picture:
I have really been into nudes (nail polish lol) lately so my two new favorites are by OPI “tiramisu for two” and “Samoan sand”
My latest favorite color, the one I mentioned earlier is “Most Sinful” by Sinful colors. I got it at Wal*Mart for $1.99!! When my nails are long I try not to do radical colors because sometimes it’s just too much going on between the length, color, and shape. But I could not resist this color it’s the perfect cobalt blue (in my opinion) and the color is really opaque. I only applied two coats. The sparkle nail color I also purchased at Wal*Mart is “Dazzle me” by Pure ice.
I used to only wear variations of pink on my nails for the longest time, then I broke out into designs, stones, and bows. I feel like your nails are such a great way to express yourself, and you can change them all the time which is even better. My nails are a great exhibit of my personality, fun and colorful 🙂 I hope you enjoyed my post. Check out my other page dedicated solely to my nails, the link is at the top of the page. Until next time…
Be Blessed Beauties