Textured Nails- Love or Hate?

I keep looking at these Milani Texture nails and trying to figure out if I like them or not. At first glance I really enjoyed them but after looking a bit closer, I started to find them a bit to messy looking for my taste. What do you guys think, would you eve be seen wearing these textured nail lacquers?

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Tomboyish- Nail Polish That Changes Color!

This is the coolest stuff I’ve seen in a long time! This nail polish changes color depending on how hot or cold your surroundings are. You can get it from http://www.shopprettyandpolished.com/collections/color-changing/products/tomboyish and while you’re there you can check out this rest of the color changing polishes they have…so cool!

 

Check these bad boys out! Super simple nails that would look super sharp during this colder season! Grab a hunter green nail polish and paint your finger nails normally. Leave a nail unpainted on both hands, these will be your accent nails.

**I usually make my accent nail my ring finger because they look daintiest and I would rather draw attention there.

Paint your accent nail a sparkly, gold color (or whatever other metallic finish you’d like) and finish off with a top coat. That’s it, you’re finished!

Hunter Green with Gold Accent

These are so cute! I know for certain, that I could never in my wildest dreams be able to recreate all of the adorable-ness that is going on here but I’m sure a manicurist could give it a go! Meh, re-creatable or not, these nails are definitely worth taking a look at!
If your crafty and want to try to duplicate these nails, document it! We’d love to post your step-by-step tutorial on the site!

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DIY Christmas Tree Nails

Wanna go hard in the Christmas spirit department this year? I’ve got just the thing!┬áCheck out these adorably festive Christmas Tree nails!

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Start by painting your fingernails a fairly light nude color. Once your satisfied that it’s completely dried, grab some painters tape and tear off two small strips. Set the strips in a triangular shape and paint it any darker green shade. Once that layer has dried go and find a sparkly shade of green or, if you don’t have one of those, sub it with any other green you have, it’s all good! You can also go super crazy and paint on festive balls with a spaghetti noodle and even apply a nice festive star on the top of your tree!Don’t forget to finish it all off with a top coat!

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