Pop Art Spring Nails

Yay, Spring is here! It’s been way too long since I’ve done a fancy-pants design on my nails so I grabbed my tools and went to work: 
Left Hand

Right Hand (sorry for the smudge on Pinkie)
This was SO fun and easy to do! I really love the tangy orange. It’s still a pastel, so it’s not an irritatingly bitter looking orange. Pastels are going to be huge this spring, so grab yourself a bottle of pastel orange and even a minty-seafoam green. Bring on the allergies, Mother Nature! (Can you tell I am ready for winter to be over?)
Products Used: 

Pop Beauty Nail Glam polish in Tangerine Taste
Milani Black Magic
China Glaze White on White
A bobby pin (for the dotting)
Striper brush

Frosty Makes an Appearance

Once again, I was inspired by Cute Polish’s latest video for this design. I can’t help by smile every time I look down at my fingers! 
PRODUCTS USED:
Black Magic By Milani — I used this for the snowman’s eyes and mouth, with a dotting tool.
White on White By China Glaze– I applied 2 coats of this for the base.
Unconditionally Fabulous by MAC– I used 2 coats of this on top of the white to give it the “sparkly snow” effect.
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by Deborah Lippmann – I made the snowman’s carrot nose using this with a nail art brush.

Cobwebs and Glitter

Is anyone really surprised that did this look? A) I love Halloween and B) I am obsessed with glitter on everything so I thought, why not do both on my digits? Now, anytime I look down at my hands I smile with Halloween glee (whatever that looks like). The cobweb was done with a long, skinny nail art striping brush using silver, and highlighting with white. This particular glitter is my favorite in my collection, with chunky pieces of gold, blue and hot pink glitter (my heart beats for thee!) I wanted to do the glitter on the rest of the nails but I figured this would be quicker to remove. Nothing’s worse than sitting there for an hour with your poor fingers drenched in remover and cotton ball-hairs stuck on every piece of glitter!



Boo!




PRODUCTS USED:
Milani’s Black Magic
OPI’s Sparkle-icious (from the Burlesque line)
Sephora by OPI in Social Climber
Inglot‘s Nail Art Enamel in # 29