Morning all! Today I have nail art that I’m not sure what to call so I’m calling it abstract. Sometimes I look at it and see bird prints, sometimes I see a spaceship (like the Star Trek Enterprise, maybe?), sometimes I see stars. But whatever it is, I like how it turned out! Read on to see how I used Bad Bitch Polish Electric Lights on Strings and Polar Night.
So here’s a reminder of how Electric Lights on Strings looks.
And here’s how Polar Night looks. Continue reading
So, I’ll be honest, I can’t find my notes on this mani for the life of me. Logically, they should be in my nail notebook that I write all manis and swatches down in, but it’s not. And I’ve looked multiple times. I guess I’m just winging it today. 🙂
Now I know I’m not the first to do a flame drag marble manicure, and I’m sure I’m not the first to do a flame drag marble manicure with a thermal polish. I’ve seen multiple people who have done much better manis than me do these techniques. Continue reading
Hey everyone! I’m back again with another (sort of) angular manicure with Bad Bitch Polish. I’ve used part of the November duo, Citrine Shimmer.
So I started off with Citrine Shimmer, and here’s a reminder of what that looks like!
I really didn’t have a plan in mind when I sat down to pair Citrine Shimmer with nail art, which is probably why I didn’t really care for the end result. I ended up using Bad Bitch Polish The Unburnt and JulieG White Orchid.
I dunno, I’m still on the fence about this one. I like the color pairings but not the outcome. What do you think?
Hey everyone! I hope your week is swimming along. So far I’ve avoided getting the cold that everyone else here has (knock on wood), but otherwise it’s been kind of a crappy week. Which is why I thought I could cheer myself up with a new mani. I spied Don Deeva Varnish Notorious P.E.E. sitting on my desk unused so I thought I’d try it on.
Notorious P.E.E. is a polish that was made for the Rainbows and Unicorn group on Facebook. It is a blue to purple thermal polish with the unicorn pee pigment and silver holo specks. I thought it was so cool that the first photo above was just after I finished my mani and just my ring finger was warm! Continue reading
Hi everyone! Have a good weekend? Has everyone adjusted to the time change? I don’t think I will for another week, I hate the time change so much. What a thing to complain about, I know. But dang it, it’s my blog and I’ll complain if I want. 😛 One thing I can’t complain about it is Bad Bitch Polish, because I love her polishes so much. Let’s take a look at a mani I created with part of the November duo, Sunny Haze.
Here’s another look at Sunny Haze (be sure to hit that link above if you want to see more pictures and for details on how to purchase!). Continue reading
I know, I know. Halloween has come and gone. And I would have had this post up on Halloween or before but I’ll be honest, I’ve really been struggling with anxiety this week and being seriously stressed and overwhelmed (still am 😦 ). So blogging took a backseat (thank you, past me for scheduling a ton of posts ahead of time) while I’ve been trying to sort myself out. I’m not completely sorted out (who is these days anyway?) but I wanted to sit down and show you the manicures I’ve had on my hands over the last couple of weeks leading up to Halloween. I’ve done a blood drip manicure, a disappearing/reappearing manicure, and a Frankenstein themed manicure. A copious amount of pictures ahead 😉
Morning everyone! I hope you have had a great weekend and are ready for the week. 🙂 My husband’s car broke down (again), and he fixed it (again), plus we did a whole bunch of running around which basically that feels like all my life is anymore. But, it’s a new week full of new adventures. 🙂 Today’s manicure is one that I was inspired by a manicure from Nail Polish Society (who comes up with some of the best manicures, I think).
I started off with 2 coats plus top coat of CrowsToes Nail Color Milquetoast on my index finger. This applied a bit bumpy but there was good glitter coverage (yes those two things are connected). Of course I don’t think my super short nail helped either. Continue reading