But dents and smudges aside, I think the pairing of these 2 polishes look really good. And my nail art over these? I think it’s pretty cool as well! Come on by and check it out tomorrow.
Polishes I used in this manicure:
Sally Hansen Purple Potion
Cult Nails Hypnotize Me
Glitzology Purple Rain
Etude House CPP001
OPI That’s Hot Pink
OPI Alpine Snow
OPI Black Onyx
Bullying is not funny. It is not cool. It is not right. And more importantly, it is not okay.
Most of us are thankfully residents of countries that support tolerance and many of our families have settled in these places simply for that reason. Generations later, it is our responsibility to perpetuate that message of tolerance across our new social platforms, including the internet.
As members of the nail polish community, we all share a love of beauty, color, and lacquer. Other than that, we are remarkably different: from our race to our religion to our hair color and even to our polish application techniques.
To look down on anyone because of those differences is completely unacceptable and today I take a stand against that. I refuse to allow other people’s view of “normal” dictate how I behave, believe, and blog. In solidarity with a multitude of bloggers linked below, my purple manicure represents my proud commitment to the No H8 movement.
I first started off my manicure with Look at Her, the light lavender/lilac polish which I recently bought from Etude house. This polish went on surprisingly good! It covered nicely in two careful coats.
The photos above are probably the best of the 20 odd photos taken in my room.
The place that photographed closest to the actual nail polish – my office! I only managed one good shot and one slightly blurry one though. I did not want to keep snapping photos of my hands in the office.
Yep, I still have my long hair. I am still torn whether to cut it off and keep it till someone comes along asking for ‘hair donations’ or to just keep it long.
Taken in the evening sun