OPI: My Very First Knockwurst
I’m starting to think that I woke up with an extra sprinkle of “girly girl” this morning. Ever have one of those days where you’re just feeling extra, ultra feminine? Raising both of my hands because that’s how I’m feeling. It could be the pearls, or my hair pulled back from my face. But, I think it has a lot to do with my polish.
This OPI masterpiece is a simple but beautiful shade. It’s creamy, smooth and barely there with a kiss of mauve. Ooooohhhh yea, “My Very First Knockwurst” is a winner.
Orly “Rock The World” really works with this scarf I saw at Sway in Belmont Shore yesterday. I was just window shopping so it didn’t come home with me. Such a cute and friendly store with something for men and women.
Shiny or Matte? I’ve long confessed my undying love for nail polish. I change it often and still keep trying to enjoy each manicure…down to the last drop.
So when I fell in love with this Rain storm shade by Sinful Colors, it only seemed right to add Essie’s Matte About You to change the look.
If you could only pick one…which would you choose. Shiny or Matte? Please Vote now.
I’m smitten with Sinful Colors new fall line. I started with “Muse” as a base to create my rain forest nails. Of course in my world (my forest) there’s always glitter (Kleancolor “Midnight Seduction). The striping tape helped me keep my lines straight and the bling was just a little eh, fruit on the tree!
If you haven’t checked out the latest colors from Sinful Colors you really should. Great colors, prices and formula.
I can’t remember who to thank for this wonderful recommendation. This Sally Hansen instant cuticle remover is the TRUTH and it does what it says it will do. I picked it up from Target this past weekend.
Like most products, you yield the best results when you follow the directions. I recommend that you follow these simple directions for this product I’ll be adding this to my arsenal of nail goodies.
I recently joined the Junior League of Long Beach. It’s both an honor and a privilege to have the opportunity to serve my community. Click the links to learn more.
We had a meeting last night and of course I had to do my nails. Come on, you wouldn’t expect any less. I’m looking forward to learning, serving and growing. I’m encouraging everyone to seek opportunities to improve your own communities. GET INVOLVED. STAY INVOLVED. Together, we can make a difference.