Monday, November 3, 2014

Turquoise vs Pink ♥

Hello lovelies!

How are you today? Did you have nice Halloween? ♥

Mine was spent at home with some treats and my math book, as lame as it may sound. Hence, I didn't have a real costume to share with you. Though, had I done something mildly interesting, I would've gone as Avril Lavigne. (Which I might consider doing a makeup look for, if you're interested.)

For those who wonder why so much beauty stuff lately - well firstly, it was Halloween but also - it is because I have kinda lots going on with school and my (camera) man has a full time job now, so we don't have too much time during daylight. I do have pictures for posts though, so we won't be out of material too soon. But be patient with me doing other lifestyle stuff than clothes. Also, beauty stuff is easier to do when the weather is horrid and there's not enough natural light - though I would need to find a good indoor light for taking pictures, as we witnessed with my Halloween looks (hehe).

Anyway, today, I wanted to share a couple of "normal" nail art designs with you dolls:

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First up is a very simple design that absolutely anyone can do at home. It's a color block mani with glitter and studs to make it more interesting. But no special skills required.

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The polishes used for this mani were China Glaze For Audrey, China Glaze Lorelei's Tiara, China Glaze Snow Globe, China Glaze Fairy Dust and Essie Licorice.

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The studs are once again from Born Pretty Store, like most of my nail decorations.

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This pink number is actually as close as I came to Breast Cancer Awareness nails this year, which is a bit of a shame. But, I fond this pretty little pink glitter polish from my drawer and first time in a year I actually used it. #polishaddictproblems

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The polishes I used were China Glaze Feel The Breeze, China Glaze Hello Gorgeous! and Essie A Cut Above. Studs, as usual, are from Born Pretty Store.

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Hello Gorgeous! is a polish I can't rave enough about, even though it's an old one already. It's a Breast Cancer Awareness campaign polish from 2012, and it's literally a gorgeous polish full of fine pink glitter that sparkles on the colors of the rainbow when the light hits it. It is absolutely beautiful.

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So that kind of simple nails today, nothing too crazy, and actually pretty doable designs, if you are inspired to try these out.

Let me know what you think about these designs in the comments below!

Now, I will watch the aftermath of the F1 race and then go get some much needed sleep, as the coming week is a project week at school, and they say we're going to have more than our hands full with all the things. Seriously, I'm a bit scared of this week. Not gonna lie. I'll do my best with the blogging during the week, but if there's a silence, you know why.

I will probably, however, be more active on Instagram and Twitter (maybe even Facebook) so if you don't find anything here, check out those for more content.

Have a lovely day ♥

8 comments:

  1. The first set is so pretty. I love the pastel colour, with the sparkles.

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  2. Keep posting johanna. I love your posts.

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    1. Thank you so much, I like it as well ♥

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  4. I like the first set for sure! Hope you will have a good week, don't stress too much :)

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    1. Thank you honey! I will try to take it somewhat easy ;) ♥ Have a nice week yourself!

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