Hey There Polished People!
I just have a quick post for you today, as I haven’t had time to paint my nails. As you know I had square nails and recently went oval. After seeing a bunch of different shapes on other people, I kinda wanted to try something new before I settle on a shape. I sometimes use craft scissors to cut tape for nail art, so I thought to myself, if I buff my nails down super thin, I bet I could use craft scissors to cut my free edge in a super unique shape. If people can do stilletto nails and the horrid duck feet nails, why not try a non-traditional shape myself?? Let’s have a peek, shall we?
I LOVE them!! They’re a little awkward because they’re sharp so I’ll have to be careful when changing Madeline’s diaper and when I’m like in the shower and stuff, but I think they’re sooo cool! I haven’t really seen anyone with this shape, and I love that. However, if you want to try it, I suppose that’d be ok 😉
I bet they’ll look even better later today when I paint them! They’re also good because I can use them to rake the potting soil in my indoor plants, and I can even comb my dog’s hair a little with them. Also, when I bake a potato I can use my nails to poke holes in it instead is dirtying up a fork. And when I frost a cake I can use them to make that line-y design on the sides. Oh my gosh AND I can maybe even use them to stab and pick up the green olive in my next Bloody Mary! Mm that’s making my mouth water right now! These nails are not only beautiful but are also going to be sooo helpful. So much better than boring old smooth-edged shapes!!
Which nail shape do you like best on me- square, oval or shark tooth? Do you think you’ll try the shark tooth edge yourself? What other fun uses could I use these new nails for? Let me know in the comments below. As always, thank you all so much for reading and commenting and till next time- Happy Polishing!!