Today I want to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I said to you right now, because I'll take a week off. I will enjoy time with my boyfriend, my family and my friends. I'll be right back January 3th.
I want also tell you that it miss just 1 follower to my blog before I host my giveaway and I present a little surprise. So don't forget to share my blog!
So I said it again, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Pass fabulous time with the ones you love and I wish you all you want for the new that comes!
Today, second part of the last tutorial. The thumb nail is the Santa's coat. With this nail, you'll have a BIG clue on what the nail of tomorrow will be! So let's see how to do the thumb nail!
The time for the last holiday tutorial has come. I know, it supposed to be the Thursday, but this week, the tutorial will be in 3 parts and I want you to show you the last part Wednesday. So if you want to try it, you'll have time before Christmas!
So today it will be the design to do on all the nails except the ring finger (it can be any finger you want) and the thumb. Let's start!
What you'll need:
Base coat (Nutra Nail, Nail hardener with green tea) and Top coat (Seche Vite)
Red polish (Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear in Cherry Red), White polish (CR Nail Polish in #58) and a Silver Glitter stripper (Jordana Pop Art in Star Designer)
First step: Apply your base coat and 1 or 2 coats of your red polish. (I apply just one)
Paint the tip of your nails white. Like a French mani. Don't worry if the line is not perfect.
Where the red and the white meet, apply a line of your silver glitter.
Today I'm here for present you my first award on my English blog! Because when I was writing JosianneL1507 blog I already receive an award, but on this blog here, it's the first. I'm glad that Marie-Ève from All Things Meve Love tag me :D Thank you so much Marie! I really suggest you to take a look on her blog!
Here are the rules of the Award:
1. Thank the person who tagged you and link their blog.
2. Put the Top 10 award logo on your blog.
3. List your top 10 cosmetics/beauty/health.
4. Choose 10 bloggers to tag, link their blogs, and let them know.
1. Nails polish: Surprise?! Since almost 10 months, I discover this passion for nails polishes. Now I've more than 90 nails polish! Yep. Addicted maybe?
2. Concealer: Because of my acne, my concealer is very useful to hide my imperfections.
3. Eye shadow: I always love to put some eye shadows on my eyes. A light pink, it a must!
4. Black khol: Perfect to define my black eyes.
5. Mascara: I already have long lashes, but when I want volume I need a good mascara.
6. Shower Gel: I love smell all the good scents of shower gel. I never have too shower gel!
7.Lip Balm: Why I don't put it in first? Lol. I have more than 30 lip balm! I'm really addicted. My lips need that!
8.Flat Iron: I have curly hair, so my flat iron is my best friend to have straight hair! Mine is a professional flat iron. A friend of my mom gave me because she bought a more recent. But I love the one she gave me. I saw it in a hair specialized store and it was 200$. I have it for free!
9. Nail hardener: I have weak nails and nail hardener help me for have strong nails.
10. Facial cleanser: For my acne I need a good facial cleanser.
Hi beauties! Today I'm here for a post a lil' bit less happy. I'm here to share with you my opinion on a product that I hate! Yes, hate. Not just doesn't like. This product, what I say! This crap is the Revlon Quick Dry Top Coat. Normally, I like the Revlon polish, but this... There's why.
First, the price. The Revlon polish is around 4$ at Walmart, but the cares polish is around 6$. Ok, for a top coat is not that expensive, but for this one, yes it is.
Second, it's very liquid. A good top coat must be thick like Sally Hansen Insta-Dri or Sèche Vite, there are both very thick. Because it's liquid, it's difficult to apply it correctly. It glides on the side, like water.
Third, it makes my nail art design all spreed. No way to make beautiful straight line.
Fourth, it doesn't give my nails a beautiful shine. Maybe because it's liquid and I don't succeed to apply it correctly...
And fifth, IT DOESN'T DRY FAST. It simply doesn't dry. After 3 hour maybe, but my nails are all scrap after 1 hour, because I have no patience to wait for let my nails dry. It's I bought a quick dry top coat! It's logical, not?
In short, if you want to pay 6$ for a top coat that supposedly dry fast your nail polish but it doesn't and all I said above, buy it! But for me, I advise you to not waist your money with this pure crap!
If you try it, what you think? Isitjustminethat does this? I want to heard you!
Hi beauties :) Today I'm back with the third tutorial. After this one, it will last only one. I'm so excited to present the next one! Here what's the tutorial of today looks like:
The first time I did it!
I want to tell you that when I'll hit 50 followers on my blog, I will be host a little giveaway and I will also prepare a surprise for you! So talk about my blog on Twitter, Facebook and on your blog :)
So, let's go to the tutorial!
What you'll need:
Base coat (Nutra Nail Bullet-Proof Strenght) and
Top coat (Revlon Quick Dry Top Coat)
Some nails polish in different colours for your Christmas ornaments
(Apple Bottom in Red Delicious, Gold Mine and Club Queen. Wet'n'Wild Fast Dry in SaGreena the Teenage Witch ans ACO in Disco Queen)
Some nail art polish (white, Silver glitter, Gold glitter, Red with glitter and Green glitter).
And a Dark grey (Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear in Gunmetal)
A small dotting tool or a tooth pick.
First, apply your base coat. After, create a round shape on the half of your nail.
Sorry for my cuticles! GRRR!
With your dotting tool or tooth pick and your dark grey polish do three dot on the top of the round. On the top of this three dot, draw a rectangle. And on the top of this rectangle draw a ring. I know this is a lil bit difficult!
Draw some decoration on the Christmas ornament. I do some straight lines and curves lines.
Add your top coat and you're done! Hope you like it!