Monday, August 1, 2011
Juicy Watermelon Nails and more
I'm going to create a tutorial soon for these. Yesterday I just got the urge to do them, and so I did. I use to do nails aaaaall the time in high school and just kind of stopped doing them. Anyway, I will do a picture tutorial and a video tutorial for this design and probably more in the future. I have so many designs that I want to do in the future.
But I will tell you this now. If you have a dollar tree in your area, then you need to run over there and pick these up:
The L.A Colors Nails Art Deco. Dope right for only a dollar a piece? You know what, I'm one of those people who fall for the "collect them all" marketing strategy. If I like something in one color, guess what, I'm going back to get the rest, and so here I am with about $11 dollars worth of nail polish.
Anyways, here is why I like these:
That thin brush is on point (no pun intended)! I use to use acrylic paint on my nails way back in the day (and still have about 30 colors now) and I use to use a toothpick to paint the design or I would use a thick art brush and just angle it. That crap got old because I would mess up all the time and is probably the main reason why I stopped doing nails.
Another reason why I am feeling these is because they use actual nail paint. Some of them are a little thin, but the majority of them are thick and good quality (the reason why I have the whole collect all 11 colors collection now). So if they ever come out with more colors, you already know I'm going to be coping them too.
You see that right? They came out the pack like that. I think that whoever designed them did a poor job of fitting the cap on the bottle. But the polish hasn't dried up or anything so I just roll with it.
So yeah, I would suggest that you all run over to your local dollar tree and check these out. I didn't buy all the colors, so there are a few more that I didn't show, so maybe there is something in there that you will like if you didn't like the colors I have.
More designs I did: