Vintage Roses

Since I did my first floral manicure last month, I just can’t get enough of doing flowers on my nails! Of course, it being spring and dozens of floral manicures popping up everywhere doesn’t really help. Heh.


This time the overall look of my manicure is more vintage than I usually would do. The colors are a tad muted, like how an old piece of cloth would look faded after many years of wear.
At first I was quite hesitant to do roses because, well, they don’t turn out right every time. But I guess, as much as these roses look quite messy, it actually adds to the look 😛

Studded Nails

My collegue recently came back from Hong Kong and from her travels she bought me small vials ‘caviar beads’. When I saw it, I was really tempted to do the once super popular caviar nails but seeing how small the vials are (3/4 inch tall) I decided to go simple.


I actually quite like this simple manicure. The pink and gold channeled punk princess to me, which makes wearing pink more fun to me.


When I was finished with this manicure I had only one worry – that the little beads would pop off easily. To my surprise, they lasted 3 days on my nails! I ended up picking them off just for fun.
By the way, do you notice anything different? No? Look closer.
My nails are not only shorter but they are now rounded off! I have decided to take up rock climbing and one of the safety requirements is that you should have short nails. So chop chop and here I am. As much as I am not used to them yet, I am liking them so far 🙂



Something simple to end the week :)

When you are lazy but still want to paint your nails, this is one of the easiest manicures you can do for yourself! All you need are 2 complementary nail polishes and a striper polish. and 20 minutes later – voila!

Goegeous nails! LOL


I have actually done this technique before but somehow forgotten about it until I saw it on instagram quite a while back. I love how this manicure is really simple and how the little black down the middle helped ‘elongate’ my short nails 😀