Monday, September 24, 2012


I very much liked the richness of this snakeskin manicure, it really gets me into the fall feeling.  I think I'm finally getting ready to let go of summer, but it truly was a wonderful one.  Fall is going to come whether I want it to or not, so let's get ready.  I was just thinking that I'm going to have to prepare for my October, Halloween manicures.  I better do a more consistent job of posting.  I'm kinda on a once a month kick, which is not nice for all of you followers, but since I got my new job and things have been transitioning, I haven't been very motivated to post.  Sorry.  Well, I've updated some highlights, and hope to post some more soon.

I painted three coats of China Glaze Brownstone and added Bundle Monster Plate BM224  with Special Stamping Polish in Black.  I used one two of Seche Vite to finish

Black Magic

Loved this manicure and got a lot of compliments on it.  Seriously people, glitter manicures are so easy.  Find some loose glitter and get going today!  Unfortunately, the detail on these photos is not very great; it was a hard manicure to photograph.  So enjoy the bling of the shots.

I painted three coats of China Glaze Smoke And Ashes and added a mix of glitters LA Splash Cosmetics in Rockstar, Silver Torpedo and Glitter Flakes from Esther's Nail Center.  I painted two coats of Seche Vite for my top coat.


I had a clear picture pop into my mind to paint barbed wire on my nails and this was the result.  To me, not very accurate.  However, once I added the silver accent, I started to appreciate this manicure.  Maybe not what I envisioned, but something I liked in the end.

I painted three coats of China Glaze High Roller.  I then painted black with China Glaze Liquid Leather and added silver highlight with China Glaze Platinum Silver.  I finished the look with a coat of Seche Vite.

Dots The Best

This is one of my most recent, favorite manicures.  Simple, but a great color combination and concept.   I haven't talked to you recently, but I am still obsessed with orange.

I painted three coats of China Glaze Gothic Lolita and for the dots I used China Glaze Riveting, Sun Worshipper, Peachy Keen, Papaya Punch, OPI A Roll In The Hague, Essie Braziliant.  I used Seche Vite for my top coat.

Candy Coated

Once finished, this manicure looked a lot like odd peppermint of sorts.

I painted a base two coats of China Glaze Classic Camel and used that color and China Glaze Ahoy for the marble.  One coat of Seche Vite was used to seal. 

Hint Of Lemon

Similar to my Hint Of Lime marble, I just couldn't resist another highlighter highlight.  I love the contrast of grey and yellow, it makes it really pop.

I painted a base 2 coats of Zoya Harley and marbled with the same and China Glaze OMG and China Glaze Sun Kissed.  One coat of Seche Vite was my top coat.


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