I don't have any O's for you guys today, just some X's. Haha, did you notice that just the other day I learned that you should start all your online texts with your best sentence?
I actually got to go to this half day class to educate myself a bit about online writing. It was really a work related thing since a little part of my job also consist some website updates and online communication. So the main focus was on professional stuff, but I though that some of it would be suitable for blogging also. Majority of it was quite basic stuff, but the main thing that stuck on my mind after the class was the "rule" that you should always start with your best sentence.
Maybe I've heard it before also, I don't know. I just browsed through some of my previous post and I'm pretty sure I haven't really started with the best sentence majority of the time... Maybe the rule is truly true, but I sure hope that you guys read more than just the first sentence.
This mani is actually something I did a while back but because of my little blog hiatus, I haven't posted it before, so here it is. This was once again one of those times that I didn't have too much time to spend doing my nails, but I still wanted to do some quick nail art. I decided to go with some nail vinyls and a little bit of gradient.
I wanted a neutral base color, so I chose once again Essie Sand Tropez for this and did three coats with it. I really loved the two bright colors from Essie's spring collection and I wanted to use them together in another manicure, so I chose Garden Variety and Flowerista for the gradient. I also wanted add some bright pink into the mix, so Essie's Bottle Service was the perfect choice for the job. The nail vinyls that I used are X stencil Mi Vinyls from Mi Nails.
Products used for this manicure
Base coat: Sally Hansen Nail Rehab
Polishes: Essie Sand Tropez (3 coats), Essie Bottle Service, Essie Flowerista, Essie Garden Variety
Top coat: Glisten&Glow HK Girl
Others: Mi Vinyls stencil X