NOTD: You’re so flippy floppy

Hi everyone,

Today I thought I’d show you this lovely liquid sand polish ‘You’re so flippy floppy’ by OPI. It is a vibrant yellow, with the recognizable texture and subtle shimmer. It totally brings out the summer feeling and I immediately feel happy when I look at it!



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NOTD: Call me Princess

Hi everyone,

Today I want to show you this gorgeous new pink polish. ‘Call me Princess’ from Catrice belongs to the Crushed Crystals line and has the typical liquid sand finish. It is a girly pink colour, packed with golden glitters. The only minor flaw in the polish is the coverage; although I applied three thin coats for this picture, the polish still isn’t fully opaque. However, in natural light this will not be noticed at all, which makes it truly a princess polish!

Call me princess

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NOTD: Glorious Aquarius

Hi everyone,

Today’s nails are a quick Nail of the day. I really love this simple combination, all because of the stunning glitter topcoat ‘Glorious Aquarius’ by Essence. It is supposed to contain 3D glitters, and although I do not really recognize these glitters to be 3D at all, they do have different sizes and shapes, and it still is a gorgeous blue.

Glorious aquarius

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TAG: Nail Polish Addict

Hi everyone,

Today I don’t have a nail art for you guys, but a Tag that has been going around for quite some time now. It is the nail polish addict tag, and below are the questions and my answers! (All the pictures included come from weheartit)

1. What’s your favourite nail polish company?
Hmm, although I do not own any of their polishes, I’ll go for OPI. I love their different colors and new inventions. For example the new top coat with real gold ‘Man With The Golden Gun’. My only problem with the OPI nail polishes is the price. It is right now just too tempting to buy more budget polishes instead of one OPI color, but my plan is to change that soon!


2. Glitter or no glitter?

This one is easy; no glitter. I like to make nail arts and then it isn’t convenient to use glitter. Also, glitter is a pain to get off your nails, which I find very annoying.

3. OPI, China Glaze, or Essie?

Again, I’ll go for OPI. I like their polishes more than the ones from China Glaze or Essie, just because of the amazing colors, funny names and successful xollaborations with famous artists.


4. When do you change your nail polish?

I change my nail polish when I have time for it, and as soon as it starts looking really horrible. I don’t like to have chipped nail polish on my nails, so I remove my nail polish quite often.

5. What’s your favorite color on your nails?

Wow, that’s a question I can’t answer! I like almost every color in my nails, and especially in a nail art. Although I do own a lot of blues and greens, I almost never wear them alone on my nails. This goes for actually every color that I own; I mostly wear a nail art instead of one plain color.


6. Darks or brights?

These are almost even, but I’ll go for the brights. I just use them more often, but I also really like the darks.

7. What are you wearing on your nails right this moment?

At this moment I’m wearing my Paris nails, as seen in this post.

8. Matte nails – in or out?

Definitely in. Although I don’t really care about the trends, and just choose what I like most. But matte is a definite yes for me, I just love it so much. It can give a completely different look to a nail polish, but I only like it when it is applied over just one color. So not over nail arts, which I usually make.


9. French manicure?

No, not my favorite. It can be nice if you just want neat nails without color, but personally I don’t think it is really special. What I do like is the French manicure with a twist; using different colors or combinations with matte and shiny.

10. Favorite Summer Colors?

I don’t really have a favorite color, I just like original nail arts!

I hope you liked reading this Tag, take it if you want to and share the fun! I’ll see you guys soon!

NOTD; Paris, je t’aime

Hi everyone,

Today I have fun news; I’m off to Paris for five days with school! I’m really looking forward to this and to come into the french mood  I’ve made a french manicure. Literally, because I painted the french flag on four on my fingers and wrote ‘Paris’ on my finger left! The white base color I used is my brand-less polish, as always. The blue and red are nr. 400 Blue Cara Ciao and nr. 360 Raspberry Fields Forever from Catrice. The black polish I used for writing Paris is nr. 59 Black is back from Essence. I hope you like the nail art, and I will surely enjoy my time in ‘la douce France’! Bye for now, and I will see you guys soon!

NOTD; coral gradient


Hi everyone,

Today I have another gradient nail. At the moment this is really my favorite, easy ‘nail thing’. I like the fact that it can be made with all different colors, and that it looks really good with only a little afford. On the picture you can see a little rough texture on my nails, which is caused by the make up sponge I used to apply the nail polish with. I also made an other article about gradient nails, which is a little more elaborate about how to get this manicure. So be sure to check that out! I hope you liked this real quick Nails Of The Day, and I will see you guys soon!

NOTD; Glitter it is!

Hi everyone,

Today I want to show you the nail art I made yesterday, with glitters! After seeing these inspirational caviar nails, I decided I would make my own. I recently found six different colors of glitter in my cabinet, so I decided I would make my nails colorful and funky. I don’t consider this as a real nail art, so I decided to call it NOTD; Nails Of The Day. I first painted my nails black for a good layer under the glitter. For this, I used ‘Nero’ from Gosh. I then but a layer of top coat on it and when it was still wet I sprinkled the glitters on top. This wasn’t very hard to do, but the problem was that when I was finished, everything was covered in glitter. Not only my nails, but also my desk, hands, clothes I was wearing and even my face! It took some time to get it off, but then you are left with gorgeous nails that stand out! Below are the pictures of the end result. See you soon!