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I was going to try out that abstract swirly design all over each nail, but I thought it looked better partially done. It looks like something was spilled on my nails. Halloween-ish?

I was going to try out that abstract swirly design all over each nail, but I thought it looked better partially done. It looks like something was spilled on my nails. Halloween-ish?



Dragon Fruit nails!

Dragon Fruit nails!



I’m calling this “Colors of the Wind”. I don’t what it is with me and this neon combo, lately!

I’m calling this “Colors of the Wind”. I don’t what it is with me and this neon combo, lately!



Inspired by a skirt I found on Tobi.com. They named the skirt ‘Night Crawl’ and I was obsessed with the name and the pattern. So, in honor of the skirt that’s not in my size, I give you my Nightcrawler nails!
Shaky hands got the best of me tonight, argh.

Inspired by a skirt I found on Tobi.com. They named the skirt ‘Night Crawl’ and I was obsessed with the name and the pattern. So, in honor of the skirt that’s not in my size, I give you my Nightcrawler nails!

Shaky hands got the best of me tonight, argh.



Trying my hand at plastic/Saran wrap nails!

Trying my hand at plastic/Saran wrap nails!



Just playin’ around with leopard print. Inspired by card stock at Michael’s.

Just playin’ around with leopard print. Inspired by card stock at Michael’s.



Based off of Nip/Tuck, one of my favorite shows!

Based off of Nip/Tuck, one of my favorite shows!


This is a Valentine’s Day design that’ll make people think you took a lot of time and patience to do, but it’s actually easier than it looks!

1. Start by painting the nail red. I’m using Petite’s Cabernet.

2. With white, you’re going to make two slightly curvy lines.

3. With silver, make three v’s.

4. With pink, make a heart.

5. Outline the heart with silver.

Add your top coat and you’re done!




Here’s another Valentine’s Day design you can do that’s simple to do, and it’s great for those who aren’t too into the Hallmark Holiday spirit but still want a cute design.

1. Start by painting the whole nail pink. I’m using Sally Hansen’s Bubblegum Pink.

2. With silver (I’m using a silver made by Sally Hansen that has no name. It’s not a glitter; it’s chrome), make two lines. They don’t have to be neat, but you can make them that way if you want them to be.

3. With black, make a heart in the center.

4. With white, make dots in the opposite direction of the silver lines.

Add your top coat and you’re done!




This design is going to represent the power of Cupid’s arrow. Instead of making an actual arrow, we’re going to do an interpretation.

1. Start by painting the whole nail red. i’m using Petite’s Cabernet.

2. Start by making a V.

3. Make another V inside of the first one.

4. Then make another V inside of the others, and make a line on each side of the first V.

Add your top coat and you’re done!