Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Back to school nails & what I learned in school (or didn't learn)

It's that time of the year again when you wish it wasn't that time of year again. Back to school season! Not for me though... muahahah. I was done with school about 2 years ago after finishing my Master's degree. BYE SCHOOL BYE

But nevertheless, it's still a time of year that everyone experiences because THOSE GODDAMN BACK TO SCHOOL FLYERS ARE EVERYWHERE. So if you're in school, then these videos are for celebrating (or not celebrating) your return, and if you're not in school, then these videos are for celebrating not going back to school but having to put up with those flyers everywhere.

Color Club 'French Tip' - or find it on Amazon
 
VIDEO TUTORIAL RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW !


4MIN VIDEO TUTORIAL WITH VOICEOVER:
(see also 15sec version on Instagram)


Products used in video:

WATCH ME GO THROUGH MY OLD SCHOOL WORK:
Cause why not.





Now for the real question.... non-holo or holo???






Polishes used:



*Some polishes were provided for my impartial review. For more information, please see my disclosure policy

8 comments:

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