Summer is the perfect time for Watermelon, even on your nails! I don't know what it is, but a dark opaque polish can really make my nails and fingers appear longer. This is a fun pink for summer. I do love my Essie polishes.
Another selection from the vintage Minnie Mouse collection from OPI. I used "Nothin' Mousey About It" on my ring fingers and used my usual French Manicure colors on the rest of the nails. I saw on Pinterest a "recipe" if you will using Essie' Mademoiselle as the base, Marshmallow on the tips and Pink Glove Service over the entire nail.
(note the picture was taken about 3 days after I painted my nails so there are some chips showing)
So the Zoya polish lasted about five days. It would have gone longer but I had some chips and nail breaks. I was impressed with how easily I could remove it for being such a vibrant coral. I splurged on a mani pedi and had the latest OPI put on both my fingers and toes, The Color of Minnie! I'm loving this collection. It's combined two of my favorite things -- Disney and nail polish!
I've always been a girly girl and I love to have pretty fingertips. I even have a professional manicurist license! (it made for a great skill to have while living in a Sorority house!) After being inspired by several blogs (this one,this one, & this one) I decided to jump on in and share what's on my fingertips.
Today it is Kate by Zoya. It's the first time I've used this brand, I'm more of an Essie & OPI girl. I painted them last night and I noticed this morning that it appears to be receding from the tips. This is also about 3 coats, in the picture it appears rather opaque but in real life it is a bit sheer and I can still see a bit of my natural nail line. I used Essie's Fill the Gap base, CND's Stickey Base Coat and finished it up with Seche Dry Fast.
I'll keep you all (I believe that would be a total of two readers, Hi Dr. Geek!) posted as to how this mani holds up to a week of life around the Geek household.