Well, after a long wait, I'm finally ready to get back to nail art! I'm still sickly and I still have sensitivities to nail polish smells. But at least I'm starting to do a little better energy wise, and I'm even considering getting my certification as a nail tech. As always, I'm going to continue focusing on tutorials and designs that are flattering for short-nailed people, and nail art ideas to try at home. In addition, look out for some more complicated designs (that will be just for show) and some product reviews.
In the mean time, head over to DIYNAD's facebook page to get a sneak peak of the upcoming manicure!
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Hiatus! Please read below!
So as you know I'm going through some health issues right now and it's taken a toll on my nail art life. It pains me to do this, but I'm going to have to put this site on a hiatus until I get better. I just don't have the energy or motivation to maintain it right now. I haven't even been able to wear nailpolish anymore (seriously, I haven't had any on since Halloween). The smell has just gotten so strong for me it's become a pain trigger. I feel awful to do this, but I really need to focus on myself.
Before I go though, I just wanted to give a huge thank you to all my readers and especially my Youtube followers. You guys have been so kind and encouraging, I'm truely humbled. I'm so glad that I've been able to achieve the goal I set out to do: to inspire and give nail art ideas to the lovely ladies that may not have a konad or any fancy nail art equiptment.
Again, thank you so much to all my wonderful supporters. I hopeyou guys move on to bigger and better things and I hope to be back someday real soon! Until then, may you all be healthy, happy and safe. God Bless. <3
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Hey guys! So I had a Halloween video tutorial to share. I was super excited about it, but I've been really having a hard time getting it to record. >.< I'll have to keep trying, it's really neat anyway, even if it's not in time for Halloween.
So in the mean time.... SLIME!
I think this oozing design would look great in other colors, too. Red would make great scary blood drips, and a bright lime green would make great toxic waste. :)
I really like this design for short nails. The vertical lines help make your nails appear longer.
That's all for now, Happy Halloween everyone! Stay safe. :)