So for the last month and a half, life has been a bitch and three quarters. Some things had to give and, unfortunately, blogging the Quest was one of them. Even more unfortunately, my nails were also one of those things. It’s a mixed bag, half of them still look decent, half of them are stumps and my cuticles look like they’ve been through the Boer War (and back).
One hand is still relatively camera ready, but I haven’t had the time to do more than slap on some polish and go. Luckily, I still have some past manicure pictures in the can! I wasn’t sure about doing some of them because I don’t think the pictures turned out very well but, if I don’t have some new ones before I run out of the backlog, I might post them anyway.
My next post will be nail art that I did for Easter. It’s a watercolor effect using the new OPI Sheer Tint topcoats:
I love these things! They’re basically just a tiny bit of pigment added to the clear base. But somehow they have an amazing depth of color for how sheer they are (even more so than jellies). Even though they are meant to be topcoats to change the color of your existing polish, all I can think about are the endless nail art opportunities! Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to find any full sizes, except the amber one on Ulta’s website. When the new Ulta opens down the street, I’ll have to check it out since they should have all new stock. They haven’t been on Sally’s website or in the store, so I think they are just getting in the new collections.
But let’s be real, I’ll probably never completely use up the minis, since I’m not planning on using them as full manis. Although the possibility of creating something similar to a jelly sandwich just occurred to me…