Happy Easter!! 🐇🐣 I did some hatching chick nails and a simple dotticure. The yellow is OPI “My Twin is Mimmy”, the white is OPI “Alpine Snow”, The orange beak is Zoya “Jancyn”, and the black is Zoya “Willa”.
It’s my 5 year nail art anniversary!!! I honestly was going to give my nails a break and give them “The Chop”, until I realized that January 14, 2017 marks 5 years of seriously doing nail art. I’ve come so far, but I know I still have a lot of room for improvement. Thank you to YOU, for liking and reblogging my nails. It give me the motivation to continue creating. I figured an anniversary nail should combine all the things I love (white base, stone marble, green) and I love these!
But seriously, this is probably my last post for awhile hahah. My poor thumb nail is patched up and barely hanging by a thread, so I need to cut my nails down and let them grow out again. See you in February!
There seems to be some debate over what the hell ‘inspied by a color’ is supposed to mean, but I decided to do a design based around a particular polish color. I love yellow nail polish, and Zoya Darcy is one of my favorites– just such a rich, golden yellow.
yay, happy birthday to me! As seen on my nails, I am 19 today. I never know what to paint as birthday nails but I decided to combine some of my favorite things into a single mani! Some of these things are florals (especially riflepaperco inspired florals, skulls, and the color teal/turquoise. I hope you guys like them as much as I do!
Hey sweeties, heres my little review on the 2nd transitional line of zoya polishes
One of the great things I like about Zoya is “RANGE” ! There’s a color for every mood and every season and they sure know what most women like. This and its predecessor transitional gives “SUPER CLASSIC” shades that can be worn by every one. With a flair of fashion and timeless elegance. Evermore, these ranges flatter all hands. There’s a polish for every skin tone..this one is a little darker (fall-oriented) I must say this collection is my MOST FAVORITE so far !
I wonder if they’ll continue these transitionals in the future..
Before I leave you with the swatches.. I’ll just give a brief description of my experience:
The polishes all come in cremes, rich tones. dark nudes of tea rose, mauve, berry and light browns of caramel, toffee & auburn. I applied them with the amazing flow and texture that all Zoya polishes boast. Streakless, bumpless, smooth and simply beautiful.
Each polish gives true color from the first coat (except Emilia which felt a teeny sheer), however the 2nd coat is fool proof for all shades.