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Animal Print Nails... success!

Using NYC Colors nail polish in Pink Promenade Creme (109)  and Empire State Blue (140) and a bit of L.A Colors Art Deco Nail Art Lacquer in black I was successfully able to recreate animal print nails. Even though I still really want a nail pen, this shows that you are able to recreate the same effects with fine tipped nail polish (a.k.a the L.A. Colors Art Deco.)


Art Deco Nail Art Lacquer by L. A. Colors

I am a fan of L. A. Colors when it comes to nail polish stuff. They have a variety of colors that come on easy and smooth. Recently... as in today, I tried the Art Deco Nail Art Lacquer by L. A. Colors, which is basically a very fine tip nail polish or lacquer made for nail design.
When it comes to nail design, I am not the best by far, which is why I would not be able to do any complicated nail designs with this. It's a bit too fine tipped, I had to cut the very tip because it was basically two brush strands. After I cut it, it worked okay. Don't just take my word on this, I've seen other people who have designed some really cool stuff on their nails using this stuff. I personally want a nail design pen.
I was trying to go for animal print... BUT I got dots. I still like it.

Product: Art Deco Nail Art Lacquer by L. A. Colors
Grade: B

The Accent Nail

I love the trend of accenting one of your nails. It creative, cute and bold. I think it's best if the accent nail is a color different; as in an opposite color (like blue and orange, pink and green... you get me?), rather than a texture different (i.e. glitter or print).

I also like the idea of accenting the accent nail even more by putting a cute funky ring on it.


Purple Passion

How I love colorful hair, thanks Alexah!!

Especially when it's two-toned.