Thursday, 3 April 2014

Throwback thursday re-create

In 2010 I slapped some purple and white on my nails with a sponge and added some random lines and it turned out like this:


Not too shabby (obviously I had to smooth out some things with magic editing software), but it was really just a lucky mani that happened to look pretty cool relative to some other questionable manis I had been experimenting with in my studying/nail polish lair. I originally posted this mani in January.

So in honour of throwback Thursday I decided to re-create this mani because I really do love the colour scheme and general design (if you hadn't noticed yet I'm obsessed with the looping effect), and because my fugly nails from 2010 don't do it justice. 

Using the exact same polish (I think) as I did four years ago, here's my updated mani:





Excuse the claw shot - wanted to control for the same hand pose as in 2010 :)



Hurray! I am finally not embarrased to show a photo of this mani! Let's celebrate by.... taking it off and doing my nails again. Life of a polish addict.

Polishes used:
- Essie 'Blanc'
- Sally Hansen 'Pronto Purple'
- Sally Hansen 'Dark Roses'
- Kiss skinny nail art polish 'Bikini Pink'
- L.A. Colors skinny nail art polish in white
- Jordana skinny striper polish 'The Artist'




2 comments:

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  2. This manicure is pretty good, but unfortunately not all people can afford to do such a manicure in a beauty salon. For example, students are unlikely to be able to afford such a manicure in a beauty salon. What do students spend money on? The main gap in the student budget is made by the payment of housing. Students pay an average of 281 euros per month for housing. The level of rent is also significantly affected by the degree of housing comfort: a room in a student dormitory costs an average of 222 euros per month, for a separate "small car" you have to pay about 340 euros. Another major student expense is food. An average monthly meal of 160 euros is spent on food. Third place is taken by transport costs - 81 euros per month. Going to the cinema, theater and other cultural events costs an average of 63 euros per month, and up to 59 euros for medical insurance and medications. Students prefer to buy clothes at sales or in inexpensive stores, monthly allocating an average of 51 euros for this. Costs for telephone and Internet vary in the range of 35 euros, for training materials you have to spend about 33 euros. That is why a student who has at least some money left after he/she has paid everything necessary for his/her life, will rather spend his/her money on the purchase of academic work on the essay writing service essay help org in order not to fly out of the university and not on a pose to the beauty salon in order to make a manicure. Of course, there are students who come from wealthy families or they already have their own family business and they earn a lot. So students can afford to visit a beauty salon in order to manicure and go to a nightclub and lose a lot of money there in vain. But for the most part, only rich people in America visit beauty salons.

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