Happy Wednesday lovelies! Who else can’t even believe it’s already Wednesday. It feels like this week is speeding by like crazy. Dreaming of the weekend already… it feels like it’s almost here. Which means spending all weekend (hopefully) barbecuing!
Today’s design is one I actually did back in June, during my super crazy two weeks at work, & never got a chance to share with you! This design was actually what I wore when I had my first Head Office visit at work. I was super nervous as this was the first time I was meeting one of my big bosses, so I wanted to make sure I was representing the brand as best as I could…. right now to the nails!
The polishes I used for this design were:
- Base Coat: Essie Grow Stronger
- Top Coat: Essie Gel Setter
- Icing Mermaid Mint
- Claire’s Matte Pastel Nail Polish Sorbet Mint
- Claire’s Matte Pastel Nail Polish Sorbet Blue
- Jordana Cosmetics Pop Art Nail Design in Blue Abstract
You know what’s awesome about working for a company which is geared towards a tween audience—you always have an excuse to do something fun with your nails! We sell a lot Nail goodies, so I’m always getting inspiration from them! This design was kind of a recreation of an old design that I had done, but with a few different polish picks.
You can seriously never go wrong with a good negative space chevron look. & the colour combinations are endless!
What do you think of this design? Are you as obsessed with negative space chevron looks as I am (I don’t think anyone is!)
Share down below all your thoughts!
Happy Summer lovelies! & Happy Friday! I hope everyone is as excited for sunny days as I am! ☀️ seriously, the last few months has felt like a never ending Winter with a little fall thrown in for good measure. I’m very excited for sunshine & beach days… even if I spend most of my time hiding out within the walls of the Mall.
I just got over a very busy couple of weeks, which meant my nail designs needed to be fairly simplistic (since I had no time to do my nails!) That means I’ve been wearing either solid colour nails or going with simple accent nails. I’ve had these nail stickers from Icing in my nail art collection for a few years now, but I felt like I haven’t worn them in a while. I really wanted to have a contrasting colour to my base shade, so I decided to pick one of these turquoise starfish stickers as my accent.
For this manicure, the polishes I used were:
- Base Coat: Sally Hansen Green Tea + Bamboo Strength
- Top Coat: Essie Gel Setter
- Essie Sunday Funday
- Deborah Lippmann Make Someone Happy
- Icing Stores Nail Art Stickers (beach themed circa 2015/2016)
Originally I was planning on just wearing Essie Sunday Funday on its own with the starfish sticker, but it really felt like it needed something extra which I why I added the glitter gradient on my other nails…. & I LOVE how it turned out. Like, seriously love. It gives the design that Beachy feel I was hoping for without too much work. Like I said, it’s been a CRAZY few weeks with a lot of late nights at work, so nail art has taken a bit of a back seat. Thank goodness I have a huge back stock of nail art stickers & decals & other goodies to make doing my nails so much easier!
I think coral & turquoise is going to be one of my favourite colour combinations for Summer. After seeing them together here, I’m definitely going to need to do a half moon design featuring them… like now! (Or whenever I recover enough to actually function for nail art haha.)
what do you think of this simple design? Do you use nail art stickers to fancy up your nails? Share your thoughts down below!