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Today’s theme in the 31 Day Challenge is inspired by a movie. Not so long ago, I rewatched one of my favourite animations, Rango. It’s a story about a chameleon who is thrust into the role of a hero and has no idea how to fulfill it. I think both the animation and the storyline are brilliant and I highly recommend it! For those of you who haven’t seen it, here’s a trailer: (more…)
We’re into the third and final section of the 31 Day Challenge. During this section, each look is inspired by something (a movie, a pattern, an artwork, etc). Today’s nails are inspired by a colour. I decided to go with this year’s Pantone Colour of the Year, Radiant Orchid. (more…)
I’m excited to show you today’s nail art because I love it! Today’s theme for the Neverending Pile Challenge is neon and I took the opportunity to use my 3 LA Colors Flashpop! neons. (more…)
It’s Friday! I hope you all enjoy the weekend 🙂
Today I have a jelly sandwich for you – for the first time EVER! I’ve never done one before because I have very few jelly polishes. A few weeks ago I saw this post by Madness Nails and I found out that Tip Top Cream Puff is perfect for the job! (more…)
Hi everyone! Today I have another AMAZING guest post for you. Siobhan from For the Love of Nail Art has done some really beautiful nails for this post 🙂 She is another South African nail art blogger and I LOVE her blog, I highly recommend you go check it out! On to the nails!
Fearless Butterflies and Sugar Skulls
I don’t get asked every day for guest posts from people who aren’t close friends so it was an incredible honour when Kerry asked me to write for her, purely because I’d been following her for a little while and got to love all her art because she’s so fearless. She’s making water marble her biatch!
Wow, day 26… it’s almost the end of the challenge! If I can just manage 5 more days I’ll have done it! 😀
Today’s nails had to be inspired by a pattern. I thought it would be cool to do some stamping for this, but I was really struggling with it, so I went back to something I find a little easier: A tiny brush and some striping tape.