Thursday, April 10, 2014

Simple Dots

Today I have a quick post about some nails I did last night in about ten minutes. I've been working a fair bit lately and I do a lot of typing so I'm always aware of what my nails look like and the moments between importing a file and waiting for the computer to do it's thing, I always look at my nails, so I decided last night that I'd do a super quick mani so that when I worked today, I wasn't seeing bare, natural nails. (There's nothing wrong with natural nails, I just got sick of looking at my own).

The base colour is three coats of Kiss On The Chic by OPI, it's a lovely soft, very light pink that can be worn sheer or built up with three or more coats. I haven't tried it yet, but done right I think this polish could be used when doing a French Manicure. The white dots are My Boyfriend Scales Walls by OPI. 

I was going to dot all my nails, but as a precaution I did the dots first on my ring finger and then my middle finger just incase it looked alright like that. And it did! So instead of doing all the nails, I just did those two as accents. I was worried doing all my nails would be too much, even though it is very simple.

Dots are always fun and quick and easy to do. And I got a few compliments at work for them, which is always nice. If you're just starting to love nail art and want to do it on yourself, dots are always a good start because you can use a range of things around the house to do them, such as the ends of bobby pins, toothpicks, an old paintbrush trimmed down, literally anything with a fine point or a rounded end can used.


  1. These look lovely! Very soft and feminine - and I love the colour of Kiss On The Chic, it's such a classy and soft pink!

    1. Thank you! It is, isn't it? I need to use Kiss On The Chic more often, because it's so lovely!

  2. Lovely dots:) And beautiful colors:)


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