I traveled to Grand Bahama Island…. Freeport, Bahamas. It was absolutely beautiful. I enjoyed every wonderful moment on the Our Lucaya Beach.
I didn’t have a chance to upload my vacation nails before I left. I thought this color would be nice against the sun and sand.
OPI – “The Thrill Of Brazil”
…. I miss the beach, so I came back and did these:
Essie – “Sand Tropez”; “Turquoise & Caicos”; “Coat Azure”…. and on the very tips a touch of Sinful Colors “Midnight Blue”
(my sandy toes)
I have no reason to explain changing my nail color, except that I was experimenting with my new automatic nail polish remover machine when I came home from the New Year’s celebration….
I ordered the machine online from TransDesign.com. For $18, it was a good purchase!! I’ll definitely save on cotton squares. I told myself I wasn’t using glitter again until I received it…. as we all know the huge HASSLE glitter presents at removal time. I haven’t yet used any heavy duty glitter polish, so we’ll see how it responds when I do.
After I finished my dot design, it just kept reminding me of some retro wallpaper or something…vintage. And I actually liked the results on my right hand better than my left! My right hand always gets neglected when it comes to picture taking… had to give the right hand some camera time today.
Essie “Sand Tropez”
acrylic paint dots
It’s crazy when you do your nails yourself, you become straight impatient.
Another twist on that classic French.
I couldn’t wait to get off work to go home and try @boutique_nails’s design:
I saw the photo around lunchtime…. which meant I wasn’t going near home for a good 8 hours. smh. I wasn’t even anxious to remove the current design…. but testing out this new one was all I could think of!
FINALLY!!!!! home…. manicured and loving it.
Essie “Sand Tropez” w/ white tips