November 3, 2014
Wait what November already? Where are these days going?
Ut Oh confession time, I missed blogging my last Halloween mani. I got so caught up in horror movies and candy eating that I didn’t get to it in time. Oh wells you can check it out on my instagram account if you aren’t sick of Halloween nails by now. I must say my last one was one of my favs.
Now I am on to fall nails. I got my SquareHue November Passport Collection the other day. This time SquareHue is whisking me off to Prague, gahhhh I wish. This collection is to die, I love all three of the colors. So you can imagine how hard it was for me to pick one of the three to do a simple manicure. I ended up going with na prikope, which is a high gloss sage green creme. I did these Saturday night and it was quite comical because I told Mr Amie I was doing simple. I mean after all those Halloween nails I wanted one color simple nails. I picked that perfect fall hue na prikope, BUT I just could not stop there, haha. So, I decided to add some simple stamping. First using Mash Nail Art black polish I added some images from Pueen plate 59. Again I couldn’t stop there either so I added more images in Konad white from Pueen plate 55. ( Note be careful when handling these stamping plates, I sliced the tip of my index finger right open; it was very painful not to mention stamping and blood don’t mix. I was having Halloween nail flashbacks, lol) Once I got my not so simple double stamping completed I added my new Zoya Matte Velvet top coat. That top coat and I are going to have a long love affair. Hands down my favorite matte top coat EVER!!!
Mr Amie says “so lets see your simple nails.” I of course show him and he was like ahhhhhhh those are your version of simple, lol. I guess I might have to ease back into simple a little more slowly.
Have a great week! Happy polishing!
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Stay tuned for the next installment of the diary of a nail polish addict.
PS I’m still whining about my poor finger, ouch. I never knew nail blogging could be so hazardous 🙂