Vintage Nails! + HAPPY DEEPAVALI!Monday, November 12, 2012
I have always been eye-ing this design. I've "attempted" it a couple of times but have always failed. Hahaha! I never have the patience to do detailed nail art - I get frustrated really easily. But today, I had the whole day free! So, I just sat down and patiently did my nails. Being patient doesn't mean I'm not lazy!! So I apologise in advance for the horrible, messy outcome of it. I was too lazy to clean the sides :/ & My nails are not shaped. Haha! I hope you still like it anyway. Today was an awesome day! The sun finally decided to come out to play and I've filmed a couple of videos that are in the midst of editing.
All pictures were taken with natural sunlight.
Grey is from TheFaceShop.
Hot Pink, White & Green is from Elianto.
Baby Pink (stripes) is from Etude House.
If you can see in the 2nd picture, I'm a very messy person.. Hahahaha!! I added a top coat and some hair got caught in it and dried in there. :/
Before I end this post, I just want to wish a HAPPY DEEPAVALI to everyone who celebrates it!! I love you guys!
I did a temporary tattoo thing that is called "Henna". I'm not sure if it's a Deepavali tradition, but I think it's such a gorgeous form of art. This will fade in 7-10 days.
I've always wanted to get a tattoo on my finger that says "Love" in a cursive font. But I'll never do it. I can NOT tolerate pain! I don't even have piercings on my ear; is that weird? Haha! So I opted for henna instead :p. It is very faded though, i guess because i wash my hands like... a bajillion times a day?! hahaha! :)
Do you celebrate Deepavali? If not, have you ever tried "Henna"?