Fancy Friday! :)

So, I’ve recently been very obsessed with nail art. I even received a whole set of nail art nail polishes for my birthday! These bottles are great, they come in a great array of solid and glitter colors and are equipped with thin brushes….which makes drawing designs on your nails a breeze!

This is the set I got:

L.A. Colors Art Deco Nail Art Polish Set:

So far I’ve had no complaints with this set. I even found some single colors at the dollar store!

So last night seemed to be manicure night at my apartment. I did my roommate’s nails as well as mine. (Sorry if the pictures aren’t that great!)

My roommate with a red Sephora by OPI nail polish as a base and white streaks

For my nails I drew inspiration from Keri Hilson. She always has fabulous nails! πŸ™‚ She’s wearing red and white nails in a diagonal half-n-half style here.

I used a pink nail polish from NY Color (MoMa) and an orange nail polish from China Glaze (Free Love) with a white diagonal streak

I really love this manicure…the bright pink and orange combination gives it a very Spring-y look. Perfect for the weekend! πŸ™‚

Hope you liked these simple manicures. If you have any ideas for spring manicures, please comment, hit us up on our FB page or twitpic us at (@p3rsonalspac3)

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own. No products were sent to me by any of these companies and they did not ask me to write this post.



Filed under Fashion, Nail Art

2 responses to “Fancy Friday! :)

  1. I love those LA color art decos, they are very afforable and have many colors.

  2. So true! Especially since most nail art polishes are so expensive. I’m absolutely in love with them πŸ™‚

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