I had so much fun creating all of my festive nails over the past month, but now Christmas day is over and it is my birthday tomorrow so it’s time for something different. As you probably know, pink is my favourite colour, closely followed by turquoise, so these were the obvious choices for this weeks nails. I painted two nails using Rimmel PRO ‘Peppermint’ and the other nails using Rimmel.. Read More
It’s nearly Christmas and I’m running out of time to create my festive nails. This week I decided upon gold and dark blue with glitter and snowflakes especially for our work (Yard Digital) Christmas dinner. My inspiration, as always, came from Pinterest.
The festive season is well and truly upon us, but this year I’ve been thinking… how have social media platforms changed Christmas? Are they making us more or less social? Well here are my top tips for using social media during the festive season…
Festive red and white nails this week. They are pretty subtle but effective. To do the snowflake I used a paintbrush as I had done previously. For the candy cane nail I painted the nail white the when it had dried I stuck on strips of nail tape then painted red over the top and when it was nearly dry I peeled off the tape. The snowman nail was created using.. Read More
The nails were pretty simple to create with an icy colour as the base and snowflakes and a fair Isle pattern added on top with white nail varnish and a fine paint brush. I also added a subtle BarryM pale pink glitter nail too.
It’s December, I have my Christmas jumper on and now I have my Christmas nails done. Using fine paint brushes, dotting tools and nail art pens and an array of Rimmel and BarryM nail polishes, my nails were my festive oyster! On my left hand I designed a Christmas tree, candy cane, snowman, snowflake and star… On my right hand I added a snowflake, snowman, falling snow, small xmas tree.. Read More