I recently tried the CND Vinylux nail polishes from the flirtation collection, and more specifically “be demure”, the pink color on the left, and I was impressed. They say it’s a weekly polish, which can stay on your nails for 7 days, and it’s absolutely true. Now, I have to mention that almost all nail polishes tend to stay on my nails for days unharmed, because I have a dry base, which is good for nail polish. But this manicure has been on my nails for 2+ weeks now, and my nails look almost like their first day. Of course there’s growth, but apart from that, they’re completely unchipped. Totally recommend them!
Για να διαβάσετε το κείμενο στα Ελληνικά πηγαίνετε στην 2η σελίδα πατώντας το Language: Greek.
Since I delayed my post the other day, I thought I’d make it up for you, by writing a short review and bringing back Beauty Sunday for the start of this month. This time, I’m reviewing my ck one color longwear + shine nail color in no. 960 “covet” (from the current ck one color “nude collection”).
If you want a simple, but beautiful manicure, for Valentine’s Day, you don’t have to go to a salon. You can make it yourself at home, easily, as I did mine. This is the 2nd time, I tried a similar manicure. The first one was last February (you can see it here), and I liked it so much that I wanted to do it again, by adding some glitter to the mix. I thought it would be a good idea to show you how I did mine, in case you want to try it too. Unfortunately, I didn’t have someone to take step by step photos, as we did last time with my photo tutorial, but I did the best I could, to photograph the steps myself. Most of the instructions, are written on the photos, but take a look at the captions too. The manicure looks even better if you’re wearing something like this.
A few weeks ago, I did a similar manicure, and I was asked by many of you to do a tutorial. I know it would have been much easier for you to watch a video tutorial, but honestly, I don’t know how to do one, nor I have the time and energy to experiment with videos for the time being. I’m not saying that I never will, just not now. But it’s a really easy manicure to do, even for the less experienced (like me, who is a complete amateur who learned how to do everything by simply experimenting on my nails… I’m no way an expert), so I took many pictures, in hopes that they’ll be enough to show you how I did it, step by step. Since I didn’t want to use the same colors, I tried something I wanted for a while now, inspired by this pin on Pinterest, which takes border mani a step further by adding a mat finish. Totally loved the result! I want to thank T. for taking once again pictures for me. I’ll put a short label under each photo to guide you step by step on the process.
A few months back, I shared with you my shoe collection, and I always had in my mind to do a similar post to show you my nail polish collection. It all begun 2 years ago, when I threw away all of my nail polishes which had gone bad. Then, I found some amazing brands and I started collecting new colors. Although, nail polishes are not something you can keep for years, like you can with shoes, I really like the colors I have so far, so I don’t think I’m going to buy many more in the near future. Today I present to you my collection of nail polishes together with some recommendations, and favorites I have. Enjoy!