Happy Halloween! I hope everyone enjoyed (or is still enjoying if you're into late-night Monday celebrations) their Halloween festivities! Here's a last minute Halloween blobbicure design in some festive colors.
The base is Wet n Wild Black Creme. The orange is Julep Kirti. The purple (I swear it isn't blue) is L'Oreal Wild and Free.
10 days to go! Has everyone decided what they're going to be for Halloween? As of right now, Hubby and I still don't have any plans so it doesn't look like we'll be dressing up this year. That's okay, though, because my nails can be dressed up every day!
Happy Halloween month! Since Halloween is the only holiday that I actually like, I get pretty excited about it. Now that we are less than three weeks away from Halloween, I figured I could start up on the fun holiday manicures. I also figured that a good place to start would be with a design that I do literally every single year. But that's because I love it!
I love stamping. But I really struggle with it sometimes. My main problems have always been getting images straight/centered and not screwing images up when "rolling" the stamper. Well, today I'm reviewing a Born Pretty Store product that will potentially alleviate both of those problems.
*I received this product in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are mine.
I made it. The last day of the challenge and only one day behind schedule. For the prompt, I chose a design that I've actually been wanting to recreate for a very long time. I have always put it off, though, because it's complicated and time-consuming.
I got super sick yesterday and have fallen a day behind on the challenge. It's all good though. I have day 30 for you today and I'll post the last day's tomorrow. Finishing one day behind isn't all that bad. The prompt for day 30 is inspired by a tutorial. There are so many amazing tutorials out there from so many talented nail artists; it took me a while to choose one. I narrowed it down by choosing an artist first. That helped.