It’s very definitely Autumn here and all of the leaves are changing! The tree outside my window was still green a couple of weeks ago but it’s golden-yellow now and rapidly losing its leaves. Soon it will be bare and winter will be here!
A while ago I had a few Born Pretty Store points to use up and one of the products I decided to get with them was an orange stamping polish. I really enjoy having stamping polishes in a range of colours, there are so many nail art opportunities! Today I decided to show you how the orange stamping polish (#10) performs over a dark and a light base.
It’s been a while since I’ve shared a drip marble – too long! This is such a fun and beautiful style of nail art. I can never get enough – each drip marble is so unique and if you use a good mix of polishes, it’ll be gorgeous.
I am so excited to finally share this nail art with you! Back in April, the Digital Dozen had an ‘albums’ theme and I started doing a couple of nail art looks for the theme. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to take part in posting for that week, but I saved up the nail art I had done until I had a chance to post it. This look was inspired by Bon Jovi’s album Have a Nice Day and it is just such a fun nail art look!
Can you believe it? Painted Fingertips is already 6 years old! This blog birthday really snuck up on me – I can’t believe it’s been so long already! Check out my previous birthday posts – 1 year, 2 years, 3 years, 4 years, and 5 years – for plenty of gorgeous nail art through the years.
As is traditional on this blog, I’ll be sharing my top 10 nail art looks from the past year. If you’re just interested in seeing the nails, go ahead and scroll to the rest of the post to see them. If you’re interested in a bit of a life update, keep on reading!
Today I have some fun, summery chameleon stamping to share with you. I love chameleons! They are beautiful, interesting creatures – definitely one of my favourite reptiles, although I’m also a fan of tortoises!
Today I have my final (late) Christmassy look for the Digital Dozen’s Christmas in July theme to share with you! Like my first look for the week, when I used pink and blue instead of red and green, I decided to use less Christmassy colours, but stick with seasonal imagery. I love purple, so I used multiple shades of purple for this look!