So I did a craft project which required spray adhesive. The only way to get it off my hands was nail polish remover, which of course meant I had to redo my nails!
(Turquoise) “New Bohemian”, by Color Club – Big Lots (I think)
(Pink) “Timbleberry” , by Sinful Colors – Walgreens.
I saw the polka dots on Pinterest and did them on every other nail. I got several compliments on them and they met my “makes me smile” rule.
So I put these on my Tumblr, but forgot to add them here.
First we have a pink with a turquoise accent.
Then we have a lovely handful (heehee) of colors.
So these are last weeks nails. I am so behind!
First we have a turquoise with a gold accent on the ring finger. I had several people ask me if the gold “ring” finger was significant. Sadly, no.
New Bohemian – Color Club; Seashell – L.A. Colors
Next we have a pre-Valintine Day pink gradient. Very fun (and easy) and I got several compliments.
Sinful Colors – Easy Going
Wet ‘n Wild – Tickled Pink
China Glaze – Pool Party
Sinful Colors – Timbleberry
China Glaze – Caribbean Temptation
And these are my little piggies for this past week. The ink sparkle didn’t spread as much as I thought it would; it sort of clumped and you can’t see as much of the black as I’d like. But it still looks nice.
Wet ‘n Wild – Black Creme and Sparked
So I did these a few days ago and sort of forgot to post them. Sorry. I used a dark purple, a tangerine, and a turquoise. I loved the contrasting colors. I also added some sparkles for a little extra glitter!
So this is the winner of my last poll. Thanks to the two of you who voted. I’ve gotten several compliments on them already. The color with the sparkle really pops! I think I’ll do the purple mutes with the sparkle accent next. But not until this one is done, I really like it. 🙂
This Saturday, September 8, is the 46th birthday of the television series Star Trek. I am a very big Trekkie, and yes, I have attended conventions in costume. But I try to keep in classy. I have always been a Star Trek fan, ever since I was a kid. I love the way they adapted literature (Homar, Shakespeare) to the genre, and dealt with big issues like race, government oversight, and parental rights. And there’s also space battles, time travel paradoxes, and aliens. 🙂
So my nail design this week paid homage to this illustrious anniversary. The thumb has one of the phrases used in the title sequence of the original series as well as the second series (The Next Generation). The complete phrase, “To Boldly Go Where No One Has Gone Before.”
The pointer is a freehand of the original Star Trek logo. It’s freehand, so please allow some design leeway. 🙂
My other three nails represent the three uniform colors on the show, gold, red, and blue. And by the way, only one red-shirt ended up with injuries. The black tip got smudged when I put on the top coat. But other than that they are both still alive.
Fortune favors the bold (Virgil). So Go Boldly!
And may the Great Bird of the Galaxy bless your travels!