Hey There Polished People!
Today is the day I reveal my big St. Patrick’s Day plans and my final SPD nails!! Are you ready for this??? On Sunday my husband and I are going to… (drum roll please!)… babysit his brother’s dog so they can go out!!! Haha! Seriously, that’s what we’re doing and I’m perfectly okay with that. Despite my husband being half Irish, we really don’t do all that much for St. Patrick’s Day. We have went out a couple of times, one time we went to a bar where my friend was working and therefore got free drinks all night and man… we were GONE. Oh my goodness… it was a fun night but uff da we paid for it. I wont go into details but trust me. You know what’s the worst part about getting really drunk? Throwing up is terrible of course, but ALLLMOST worse than that is getting the spins. You just sit or lay there and like bargain with God to please not let you puke, but yet you know you’re just gonna suffer till you do. Very unluckily for me, I am totally prone to the spins. Luckily though, before I was pregnant of course, I don’t really drink very often and I haven’t gotten TOO drunk for a couple of years probably so that’s a somewhat distant memory. Thank goodness for that!! Let’s just get to the nails!
Spanish French Irish Nails
How To Get These Nails:
- Paint your nails in a Spanish French (diagonal French tip) design with OPI Goldeneye and ChG Running In Circles. I free-handed my diagonal line, but you could certainly use tape to do yours.
- Apply a coat of Jessica Brilliance and allow your nails to dry thoroughly. I actually liked these nails best just with the Spanish French design. Running In Circles and Goldeneye were just made to be together, don’t you think? I loved these nails by themselves.
- If you want to do the stamped nails (last picture) all you need to do is use Konad special white polish and RA 116 (my ONLY St. Patrick’s Day-appropriate stamp!) to stamp the shamrock on each nail.
- Apply a final coat of Jessica Brilliance and call it macaroni! 🙂
Which look do you like the best? I hope you all have a fun and safe St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow and just remember- Green beer = green barf. Thank you all for reading and till next time- Happy Polishing!! 😀