Hey guys, Duana here! It has been sooo long since I posted! I’ve been busy graduating and stuff. And everyone knows what happens after graduation: the dreaded job search. UGH!
After sending out what seemed to be around 1 million resumes and applying for 15,000 positions, I got a call back from a company in my target region. I got an interview!! Naturally I went on a quest to find the perfect interview pinky-neutral, one that was subtly appropriate, but still packed a punch and made a nice statement.
I came across Zoya’s “Laurie”, a sheer pink that was like a palate cleanser to my usual neon-hued nails. I loved it! For my pedicure, I went a little bolder with OPI’s “Pink Flamenco”. I love the color combination!
Zoya “Laurie”, OPI “Pink Flamenco”
P.S. I got the job! The manicure was the clincher, I’m sure of it!! lol…
Check out the manicure I created for The Fashionista Next Door !!
You can read the guest post HERE.
Let me know what you guys think!!! 🙂
When Cheryl asked me to be a guest on the blog, I must admit I was extremely flattered! Thanks Cheryl!!!
I have always loved graphic art designs and decided to try my hand at it in a Pedi. Surprisingly, I liked it so much I did a matching mani!
This look was inspired by Love4Nails….it reminds me of Mardi Gras! Don’t ask me why, it just does.
The colors I chose are all by China Glaze…the base color is Style Wars, an outrageous Orange that is nothing less than gorgeous when worn alone. The accent colors are Turned Up Turquoise, a familiar color here on Polish2Times, and Frostbite, an absolutely breath taking blue with just the right amount of shimmer. I then used Yellow, Black and White Stripe Rites to create random stripes and dots.
Had I known I was going to be asked to share on the blog, I would have taken pictures of the process and tried not to be so messy. Next time I’ll be prepared…LOL!
Hope you have as much fun as I did creating some graphic designs. Enjoy!!!