I apologize for the lack of updates. Been so busy with school lately. But I promise I’ll keep updating as much as I can *bows* ขอโทษที่ไม่ได้เข้ามาอัพเดทเลยค่ะ ช่วงนี้ยุ่งอยู่กับการเรียน แต่สัญญาว่าจะพยายามเข้ามาอัพเดทเท่าที่สามารถทำได้ค่ะ *โค้ง*
While I was gone I did paint my nails and id a few nail arts, but I wasn’t able to take good quality images using my EOS camera. Sorry about the bad quality. 😦 ตลอดช่วงเวลาที่หาย(!)ไป เราก็ยังทาเล็บและทำเล็บอยู่ แต่ไม่ได้ถ่ายรูปคุณภาพดีๆ ด้วยกล้อง EOS ของเรา ขอโทษสำหรับคุณภาพรูปที่ไม่ค่อยดีนะคะ 😦
เล็บไล่สีน้ำเงินค่ะ ทำลายนี้ไปงาน morp!
เป็นลายที่ได้แรงบันดาลใจจากรูปดีไซน์รูปๆ หนึ่งในแอปฯ Nailbook สำหรับไอโฟนค่ะ
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…and that sums up my post! Hope you enjoyed it. See you in my next post!
On my last post I said I will swatch Butter London Dodgy Barnett and AllThatGlitter Spottie Dottie Dark and Light and review them. I did swatch them on my nails, but didn’t get a chance to take photos or write an entry about them yet, I’m sorry. I will try to do that soon.
About a week ago I received my nail polish + L.A. Colors stripers order. Yesterday I was playing around, and I saw how pretty the glitters in a few stripers look. So yes, I decided to paint them as nail polish on my nails. I mean, we can right? Stripers are technically nail polish, just the brush is different. Right right? Or am I wrong?
Here is how they turned out:
Here I have painted two coats of NA945 Purple/Blue Glitter on my ring, pointy and thumb finger, and NA938 Orchid Glitter on my pinky and middle finger. All are painted over 1-2 coats of China Glaze Grape Pop, with a layer of Essie Good to Go topcoat.
Personally I loved how they turned out! And purple is my favorite color as well. They were super sparkly and fun!
Here are shots of the brush. I have to say I was impressed with how easy they applied. I have to say though, that not every brush is perfect. I’ve had some stripers with loose strands. But overall, they are very nice and I would definitely repurchase them it they run out.
Today in the mail I also received my VISA to America!!!!!! I will be going to America from 28th December – 6th January with my mother and brother. I am super excited for this trip, and am looking forward to buying lots and lots of polishes! Super sad though that the Euro Centrale Collection and Mariah Carey Collection will be released after my trip. That means I have to pre-order/order them online. I’m really looking forward to Polka.com.
As you can probably tell, I am very bad at coming up with names. I really don’t know what to call this design… I did these about a month ago. Saw this design from Nail Max! magazine. I really like how it turned out!
Since I couldn’t get a good photo for my entire hand, heres a picture of my thumb:
Sorry about the dry cuticles and the growth. 😦 I took this photo around 4-5 days after I painted them, and my nails grow super fast so theres a bit of growth when I took the photos. I used a brush and acrylic paint to paint the stars and stripes.
My nail polish order (Butter London Dodgy Barnett, All That Glitters Spottie Dottie Black and White) just arrived today too. When I have the mood (probably Thursday), I will probably post more swatches. 🙂
Done in August 25th 2010. Again with friend Song. This was my very first manicure where I had 3D acrylic sculpted on my nails. I didn’t do acrylic extensions so they stained my nails afterwards. My pinky nail is very long, I was having that phase where I was trying to see how long my pinky nail could grow. I eventually cut them though.
I’ve noticed I’ve been posting many photos of my nails from the past that has been done by the salon a lot lately. This is because I don’t have good quality photos of nail art I’ve done myself in the past. I do go to the salon every once in a while because my mom goes there to get her manipedis.
Pink ribbon nail design. I saw this on a Japanese magazine and I decided to re-create it.
I really don’t know what to call this nail art design. I got these done at Take Care nail salon with my friend Song back in October 23rd 2010. My nails were quite long then. When I think back to when I was getting them done, I remember myself taking a very long time choosing a design I want to get done from a Japanese magazine. The shop owner even walked up to me and asked me to choose quickly, because they also have other customers to take care of. I also ended up wearing this design to Japan too.
Here are pink and blue ombre/gradient nails I’ve done a while back. Make up sponges were used to blend the colors together. This is my first time doing a ombre/gradient design with two colors.