All OPI: Read My Palm, Charged up Cherry, and an unidentified tan.

All OPI: Read My Palm, Charged up Cherry, and an unidentified tan.

I wish I had seen this yesterday!

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Stenciled Star Nails
Check out the post for a full tutorial on how to achieve this look — no freehanding or stamping required!

OPI My Boyfriend Scales Walls
OPI The Color of Minnie
China Glaze Splish Splash 

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SPECIAL EDITION: 4th OF JULY

I stayed up way too late last night working on this.  First, I did my toes.  Then, my first attempt at the manicure: I painted my whole nail white, then put a strip of tape down the middle.  Red on the left, blue on the right, and then a coat of glitter.  Not only did this look way too much like the French flag, it was also really messy.  So I took it off.  The final product (bottom left photo) turned out to be flawed as well - I realized after I was done that the stripes are supposed to be on the red part, and the dots (lazy stars) should have been on the blue.  But, at that point it was really late and I was getting lazy.  The laziness also explains the right hand - it’s just blue and red glitter, and white with another weird glitter.  

The middle photo is all the reds, whites, and blues that I have.

Anyway, Happy 4th!

Christina and me, almost matching.  Mine is the shinier one, Sally Hansen’s “Pedal to the Metal,” which got really messed up when I had to move furniture directly after painting my nails.  Christina’s is OPI’s “French Quarter for your Thoughts.”
On my toes is Sally Hansen’s “Right Said Red.”

Christina and me, almost matching.  Mine is the shinier one, Sally Hansen’s “Pedal to the Metal,” which got really messed up when I had to move furniture directly after painting my nails.  Christina’s is OPI’s “French Quarter for your Thoughts.”

On my toes is Sally Hansen’s “Right Said Red.”

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