Monday, December 30, 2013

The 10 Favorite Manicures of 2013

You know I can't go too long without showing you my nails,so I decided to gather my 10 favorite looks from this past year. Mind you, it has not been easy at all and I won't be posting them in any particular order, I like them all just as much. 

The Manicure I did for Polish Days - Vintage:
You can never take the polka dots away from me, hehe!

Half Framed Nails:
This has got to be one of my favorite nail arts to date. Really love the way the darker color always frames the glitter blast in the middle.

Nude Glitter Nails:
Always have and always will be a fan of glitter and one of my favorite ways to use it is just on the tips. Looks great on any nail shape or length.

Sparkly Clouds:
Definitely one of the cutest manis of the year.

Touch of Gold:
I basically love gold and it just works with everything!

Ombre Polka Dots:
You can tell that Orly's Gumdrop has become a very fast favorite of mine.

Geometric French Tips:
A little twist on an old and beloved favorite.

Watercolor Nails:
Most likely the best fun I've had making a manicure happen.

Frames Strike Again:
As I was saying, one of my favorite manicures.

Fingerprint Nails:
Loved doing these as well and you cannot imagine how great it is to dip your fingers in polish!

Because I've reached 10 but I have one more to show you, I decided to file this under extra holiday manicure since it has been done for Halloween.

Bloody Nails!
Super easy and super effective for freaking people out!

So what do you think? Have you enjoyed my nail selection? I've added a link to the original posts for all of the manicures and in most you will also find instructions on how to do it yourself.

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  1. These are amazing, you are so great at nail art! I can barely manage a single colour :) x

    Claire | AgentSmyth

  2. Frames Strike Again is my favourite :)
    Water Painted Dreams xxx

  3. Those water colour nails are fantastic! :)
    In response to your question on my blog about the Origins moisturiser, I did answer you on there but popped here too just in case. I did try a sample of the moisturiser before hand, I had to as I was worried I wouldn't like it and that would be £23 down the drain. It is a lovely product but try and get a sample if you can :)

    Amy x A Little Boat Sailing



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