On to day two of the #CBBOctNails challenge – Ghosts. Ghost nail art seems like it should be easy but I really was not happy with any of the ones I tried. To create this look, I used Essence Wild White Ways as a base. Then with Zoya Storm, dotted on eyes and a mouth and then brushed on the bottom to create the ends of the ghost. After that, I dotted on white then black again for the eyes. I[Read more]
I was recently given the chance to try out Bio Seaweed Gel’s new Canadian themed Unity all in one collection, Uptown Lights. Each of the fifteen polishes are named after a Canadian city, so they teamed up with us Canadian Beauty Bloggers to share our thoughts on the collection.
I was painting my nails with Hard Candy Sky when one of the Canadian Beauty Bloggers mentioned that it was Shark Week and we would have a linky for our shark week themed makeup and nailart looks. While almost everyone has heard of Shark Week, if you are not familiar with what it actually is, Shark Week is an annual, week-long programming block on the Discovery Channel which features shark-based programming, real and fictional. Shark Week has been around since 1988[Read more]
Canada Day needs matching nails for the celebrations, so I thought I would give you a look at my Canada Day look. Base: Essie Blanc Accent Nails: Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Red Carpet Nail Decals: Canada Day Maple Leafs from NailFun2U on Etsy It has been a long week and I do not have the patience to try hand-painting a maple leaf, especially using my left hand to paint a matching leaf on my dominant hand, so I am glad I picked up[Read more]
If you do not have a steady hand or are new to nail art, water transfer sheets are amazing. I can do cute designs on my left hand but as soon as I have to duplicate the design on my right? It looks like a 5 year old did my nails! So I am a huge fan of water transfers. These are not those stickers for nails, they go on like a temporary tattoo, just wet the backing as it[Read more]