Today I’m sharing my last mani for the November NAIL Linkup. That means the announcement for the December themes is right around the corner! If you are getting in the spirit for holiday manis then you’ll want to keep your eyes peeled to the blog! Brijit and Jemma and I will be posting the themes real soon! And if you’re not into the whole ‘santa thing’ don’t worry – because we’ve got some non-denominational fun for you. That way you can make your nails as Christmas-y or Non-Christmasy as you’d like!
My two middle fingers are painted a deep brown shimmer called Sunrise by Kardashian Beauty. This is my first time trying a Kardashian nail polish. Not impressed. At all. The end of the brush bristles were cut at a slant so I couldn’t get a clean curved paint line around my cuticles. I think the brush was defective. Also, the bottle was sealed with a little bar code sticker that left an icky glue-y reside on the outside of the bottle. I probably won’t wear this polish again. Which is a shame since it’s a really nice dark color, but the brush really turned me off. UPDATE ON THIS DEFECTIVE BRUSH!
I painted some thanksgiving-colored turkey feathers over top of my dark brown Kardashian color. My feathers were done in orange, yellow and green polish using what I like to call my ‘splash design’. Then I painted little black lines inside the splashes to transform them into feathers. I like doing splashes- they’re really easy for me to do and I like their retro feel. You can see my other splash manis here and here.
The Kardashian polish was a pain so I painted my other nails with an OPI liquid sand called What Wizardry is This? I think Liquid Sand applies so easily and has such a lovely texture. That’s a good enough excuse for me to throw some texture in my manicure. 🙂 At first I was turned off by texture since you couldn’t use topcoat with it. I am super impatient so I always wanna use quick-dry seche on top of my manicures. But, textured polishes seem to dry very fast and also do not show dings and marks… so I’m cool with it now.
There’s still some time left for November though- so please feel free to add your manis to the inlinkz below. Did you do a Movember moustache mani yet? If not, I hope you jump on the bandwagon! Or else you may have to wait a whole ‘nother year to do some seasonally-appropriate moustache nails. LOL!