It's been a busy day today around our household. I almost lost my nails during the Ohio State/Purdue game when we (Ohio) were down 8 points in the final minutes of the 4th quarter. If I'd had teeth, they'd definitely be gone (my nails, that is!) because I would have chewed them off in my nervousness. But we tied and went into overtime, then won by a touchdown. Woohoo BUCKEYES! (Sorry to rub it in for those Purdue fans out there.) Then my daughter stopped by with my grandson and his older brother and sister. It was a very nice visit.
Their visit leads me to my first photo this morning. I have a new hand model! I, however, am not the one who did her manicure, that was done by my daughter. :) This is one coat of the new color changing pink polish I received in nail mail this week on the 4 fingers, with 1 coat of Kleancolor Pinky Moon on the middle and pinky fingers. On the thumb is 2 coats of Sally Hansen Hard As Nails, Hard to Get and the zebra stripes were done with LA Color Art Deco in Black.
I think Jamie did an excellent job of modeling for me, don't you? And her nails are adorable! I may have her as a guest model from time to time, whenever she comes to visit. She isn't my granddaughter by blood, but she is my grandson's half sister so I'll claim her as my granddaughter. :0)
My french manicure, after the jump.
After wearing CG's Ruby Pumps for a day, I decided I would try my first french manicure. I used 2 coats of Pure Ice, Black Out on the tips, followed by a coat of Out the Door.
Pure Ice, Black Out
Left hand (yes, dear readers, I am ambidextrous, lol)
Left hand, again, with bottle of Pure Ice.
Do you like the non-traditional (with colors) french mani's? Or do you prefer the more traditional french mani?
I did get my nails redone, but haven't gotten photo's yet because the batteries in the camera died. I'll get photo's tomorrow afternoon and post the review I was originally going to do today, then.
Thank you for reading my blog and taking the time to spend with me today. Until later...Huggles!