Thursday, March 7, 2013

Simple Designs

Hey babes!

I hope you're all doing well today. :)

I'm personally fighting a cold with a teacup and lots of food, and also writing some of my school assignments. I guess these next 8 weeks or so are gonna be pretty hectic, so if I'm sometimes gone longer than usual, it's just school. Don't worry. :)

(Though, I try to get some writing done beforehand as I still have so many posts in store for you - and I get more and more photographed every week. How will I ever catch up? :D)

So today, I'm sharing a couple more manicures here with you. Both of these are quite simple and girly, and I think they both were super fun to do.

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First one is three coats of Essie Muchi Muchi, topped with China Glaze Fairy Dust and stamped with Konad plate, using Essie Licorice as the stamping color.

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I love the Muchi Muchi so much, it's a fantastic girly shade, and it is also very neutral, so it's perfect for any girl out there. It's such a sheer polish that you really need three coats for it to show properly, but for a French mani, one slightly thicker coat will surely do.

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I didn't have the proper chance to take a daylight picture of this mani, so the CG Fairy Dust doesn't really show here. It's more gorgeous polish than the photos tell you.

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Notice how I used PS3 controller for pose rather than nail polish bottle? I'm still in love with my pink one. Did I mention I kicked boys' ass in Tekken the other day? Well, I did. :D

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The second mani is a bit more colorful, with my ultimate favorite print leopard in it. Though, am I the only one who gets more of a cow print vibe from that? Anyway...

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I used Essie Mint Candy Apple, Essie Licorice, Essie Blanc, and Sally Hansen Sweetie Pie. The Mint Candy Apple is one of my favorite mint-shade polishes ever, and I could literally put it anywhere!

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So here you have it, two very simple little manicures. I'm just starting to work on a new manicure/nail tutorial,  which is one of those you guys have requested. Can you guess what it will be?

And as always, I'm curious: How do you like these nails? ♥

Have a fabulous week, lovelies!

Blog ya later,

xoxo

Johanna

18 comments:

  1. These are awesome! Nice work, you're so creative :) You've given me some ideas for me to do on my next "stay at home spa day" lol


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  2. The first one is amazing. I love how well they came out.

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    1. Thank you, I do love that one, too :) ♥

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  3. Loved both but they look so difficult to me and you call them simple!!!hahaha

    xo
    Anastasia

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    1. Haha, well, I wouldn't have called them simple two years ago, either ;) But you know, it's all about the technique ;) ♥

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  4. OMG Gorgeous ! the second style is my Fav <3 ! ...would You like to follow each other Dear ? please just check my blog and let me know :)

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