Monday, September 15, 2014

Million $$$ Nail Art

ciate chalkboard nails
hex nail jewelry, textured nail polish, seventeen magazine nail art, 14k gold crucifix, fourteen kt cross
hex nai jewelry, 14k gold nail art, decals, nail charms, unicorns, unicorn head, telephone, lips
Some of my newest nail art discoveries have left me feeling like a million bucks. I indulged in 14k gold plated nail charms from Hex Nail Jewelry last month and I haven't felt a dollar short of Kanye West success since. My favorite of my selection has to be my golden crucifix that looks like it should've been on the cover Kanye's Yeesuz album. Sitting side by side with my golden crucifix is my just as golden unicorn head. My love for unicorns can only be heightened by the fact that I get to wear one plated in gold on the tip of my manicured fingers. All Hex Nail Jewelry charms are plated in 14k gold, but not a single one of them is more than $1.75 so I guess you can say feeling like a million bucks comes at a small cost. Along with my gold nail jewelry I decided to finally crack open my Ciate Caviar Mini Bar set. My favorite bottle from the set is Front Row which has black, blue, and silver beads with reflective purple and teal sequins. I used it over Ciate's baby blue in Ferris Wheel. To top off my nail art adventures I went back to my beloved chalkboard nails once again. Super shiny nails are usually my only requirement when doing my nails, but matte chalkboard is my nail art guilty pleasure. They best part about chalkboard nails isn't even the cool design; it's the ridiculously fast dry time and the 10 days with virtually no chipping lasting power.