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Help me decide!

In my last post, I told you about how indecisive I’ve been feeling about my wedding manicure! So, to sum it up, here are the options: I really like them all! But what should I pick?? So, considering all the options: will you tell me which one

Is this *the* one?

So many options for wedding nails, you guys! I just don’t know how to decide. I am really loving OPI Don’t Burst My Bubble (and other sheers) for nail art bases. It’s very clean and fresh, and with some nail art on top it looks so nice!

Have You Da Wing?

Could this be my wedding manicure?? Ever since the engagement, people have asked what kind of manicure I want on our wedding day. And I’ve been at a total loss! Part of what’s so awesome about nails is the endless possibilities… But this day will be memorialized

Lizard Nails!

The intention here was not to look lizard-like – but the green and yellow combos with the circles just kind of reminds me of a lizard. The teal is a Sally Hansen, called Fairy Teal – which I was at one point obsessed with but haven’t used

Houndstooth

Houndstooth is so darn classy, don’t you think? I don’t know why, but I really love the houndstooth look. Classiness seems to be a recurring theme of this blog (I love me a mix of class and tack, what can I say?). This image is from the

Bright Sparklies

I haven’t posted in a little while. But I’m in a happy mood and the weather is beautiful, so I went with a a bright color and some sparkles. And then I stamped on it! Yay! I haven’t posted in a while because I was away on

Swirlies

I do a lot of full nail designs, so I thought it would be fun to try some smaller designs. The smaller images are actually kind of tricky, because you have to be more precise in your stamping – the angle matters a lot more. I tried

New Colors and Stamping Sunday

I haven’t posted in a while – things have been so busy, I haven’t really had much time! Don’t get me wrong, I’ve still been doing my nails! I’ve recently discovered how pretty a simple manicure can be. I visited my lovely sister in New York, and