First I painted all of my nails a single coat of Snow Me White to give my nails a white base to apply the other colors atop. Then using Orly Snowcone, Milani Tip Toe Pink, and Sinful Colors Envy, I just applied them onto my sponge beside each other:
I had to go back in and re-sponge each nail a couple of times, to make it more opaque. It took a little work, but in the end it was looking quite pretty if you ask me!
I'm trying to kind of hide it in some of these pics, but the pinky nail on my left hand broke and snapped off yesterday. #UGH. My nails had actually been getting kind of long (for me), and I was soooooo looking forward to being able to paint my "long" nails for this week's polish post. FIGURES that damn nail would break the day I go to paint them.
I couldn't resist acting like it hadn't happened and leaving the rest of my nails long for this mani anyway. The length was too good for me to resist - when you are working with such tiny little nails all the time, the idea of having a larger canvas to polish is an exciting one. After I took these pictures, all of my nails were clipped/filed down to the same length, don't worry.
David comes home today from a 2-week field trip to southeastern BC. I'm looking forward to seeing him and having my little buddy back. If anyone needs me tonight, I'm hoping to be cuddled up next to him on my couch watching a movie while we eat some purchased dinner.
What are you rocking on your nails today?
Anyone else making their nails look like a kindergarten craft project?
Leave me a movie recommendation to watch tonight!