I saw Avon’s holographic nail polishes in one of their catalogues back in spring and of course, I had to purchase one right away.
Who doesn’t love unique and fashionable shoes? If you do, then make sure to visit the FSJ Shoes website because this is definitely a treasure house for footwear-lovers!
For the nail art of the month of April, I picked a light purple nail polish. It’s not as difficult as it might seem. If you’d like to know how it was made, keep on reading.
Here, in eastern Hungary, winter is still here, although it’s officially springtime. In our backyard, there’s so much snow that our dog disappears in it. For the nail art of the month, I chose a colour combination that makes me forget the horrible weather outside a bit.
As I was decluttering the home office, I found quite a few sheets of water decals. I immediately thought, “Why haven’t I used them?”.
I love the Rimmel Lasting Finish 25H foundation and I’ve been using it for a long time. Before Christmas, I saw the Breathable version at dm and I decided to try it.
In December, when I was writing down my blogging ideas for 2018, I came with the idea of writing a nail art post every month this year. The nail art of January is of minimalistic style and consists of a nude and a gold colour.
Here comes my fourth and last holiday nail art idea.
Here comes another stamping nail art. I chose a pastel purple colour for it, so this one’s not your typical Christmas manicure either…
In today’s post, I’ll show you this holiday stamping nail art.