It has been a while since I’ve shared a nail tutorial with you all, but when I received these Sally Hansen Miracle Gel polishes a few months ago, I was inspired to create something! And then I got pregnant…and never edited the photos! But I’ve finally pulled them out of the archives and edited together a really easy dotticure nail tutorial that anyone can do. Seriously, I am no nail tech or artist — as you’ll see in a minute — so I love doing easy manicures that dress up my nails without getting too technical. 🙂
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It’s been a long time since I shared a nail art tutorial, so I am thrilled to partner with Sally Hansen to bring you a fun dry brush flower nail art design. As usual, the nail art design is quick, easy, and can be done without any special nail tools…or talent, really, since I was able to pull it off. 😉
Wet n Wild products hold a special place in my heart, as the first couple makeup products that I purchased when I started getting into makeup came from this brand…and many of them are still favorites of mine today! This year they’ve brought out so many new things and I was able to try out several of them. I can’t wait to share the hits and misses with you today! Let’s get right to it. 🙂
We’ve all been there — all your nails are long, beautiful, and strong and you’ve painted them a fun color….and you break a nail shutting the mailbox! 🙁 In the past, I’ve always had to just clip the nail off and trim the rest of my nails to make them all match (I can’t stand if they’re uneven). But! There’s another way! Not only can you save the length of the rest of your nails, but you can save your manicure, too!
I’ve been on a big nail polish kick recently and stumbled across these gems from Bonita Salon just a few weeks ago. If you like bright, opaque polishes, you’ll want to check out these Bonita Gel-On polishes!
Several months ago I was contact by Crissie, a Jamberry Consultant, who asked me if I would like to try out some of the Jamberry Nail Wraps and share my thoughts with you all. I’ve heard a lot about these nail wraps on the internet and feel like I knew about Jamberry before nail wraps started showing up in the drugstore or Ulta. But knowing all that, I had never tried any type of nail wrap before. So of course I said yes!
The idea that you don’t have to wait for your nails to dry was really appealing to me. And the fact that you can have fancy nail art without the stress and headache of trying to get your hand to stop shaking long enough to try drawing a flower freestyle. 😛
Who’s ready to discover a new nail polish line??
Not only is this line made in the US and is kid-friendly, it’s also natural, vegan, and “5-Free” (if you are just as lost as I was on what this phrase means….click here to have it explained! 😉 And the line has a lot of really fun colors — and glitter polishes, too!