Hope you lovelies are all having a great day! Click the video to watch how I achieved the nail look in the post below! I'll tell you what products I used, and how to properly use them! :)
PICTURES & Details
Products Used For This Look:
-Target brand "up and up" acetone nail polish remover (Target)
-Nail brush (You can get them at any drugstore, Target, Walmart, or Ulta)
-Just a minute 60 Second Manicure Scrub by True Blue Spa (Bath and Body Works)
-Sally Hansen Instant Cuticle Remover (Maximum Strength) (Target, Walgreens)
-OPI Natural Base Coat (Ulta, Target, www.opi.com)
-Essie: "Off the Shoulder" (Target, Ulta, Walgreens, www.essie.com)
-Wet n' Wild "Flossy Flossy" (Fergie Line)...on accent nail (Walgreens)
-Sephora Nail Polish Corrector (Sephora)
-Revlon Quick Dry Top Coat; 960 (Target, Ulta, Walgreens)
-Sephora's Stimulating Lavender Cuticle Oil
-True Blue Spa Glycolic Acid Cracked Heel Treatment "Heel of Approval" (B&BW)
-LaCross nail clippers
-nail file (Sally's Beauty Supply, Target...you can find them anywhere!)
-Tropical Shine mini 4-way Buffer (Sally's Beauty Supply)
-Toe Separators (Target, Walmart, Walgreens, Ulta)
-Lush's "Lemony Flutter" Cuticle Butter (Lush, www.lush.com)
Today's nail look!
(Not the best manicure I've ever given myself, oh well!)
Holding Wet n' Wild's Fergie polish in "Flossy Flossy" (Used on accent nail)
*Trio of Awesomeness!)*
-True Blue Spa: Just a Minute: 60 Second Manicure Scrub
-True Blue Spa: Glycolic Acid Cracked Heel Treatment "Heel of Approval"
-Lush's Lemony Flutter Cuticle Butter
Essie's "Off The Shoulder"
Wet n' Wild (Fergie line) "Flossy Flossy"
O.P.I. Natural Nail Base Coat
Revlon Quick Dry Top Coat
(I REALLY like this quick dry top coat; it doesn't make polish peel like a lot of other ones do.)
Revlon Quick Dry Top Coat : 960
Sally Hansen's Instant Cuticle Remover
-Target's "up and up" acetone nail polish remover
-Sephora Nail Polish Corrector
-Sephora Stimulating Lavender Cuticle Oil
Lydia's Tip: Don't forget to keep your nail tools clean by sanitizing them after each use! Be sure to swipe all nail tools with an alcohol pad after each use to nix bacteria in its tracks!