I came across this nifty little nail chart on Pinterest today and it definitely made me wonder what nail shapes everyone else preferred. I’ve seen these shapes change throughout the years depending on current trends etc. I was a ‘square girl’ early on and now I’m totally a short and ‘squoval girl’. What nail shape are you?
MAC makeup lovers you will be so happy to know that the ever so popular Marilyn Monroe collection IS BACK! The limited edition encore collection includes face, lip and nail products in sleek black packaging with red detail. Available now exclusively at Macy’s. If you missed out last time or want to replenish your stock, now’s the time! New to this collection? Hurry, last time this collection launched it sold out VERY FAST!
I’m so in love with lilac nails lately! The pale purple shades looks great on all skin tones and is so feminine. Lilac is a nice way to incorporate some purple into your wardrobe without going into dark grape territory. Ranging from pale pinkish hues to deeper greyish hues, there is a lilac for everyone. What lilac shade works for you?
Shop lilac nail colors below.
Kate Upton has been everywhere lately from Sports Illustrated to Vogue, she’s been a very busy woman. Once in a while she’ll do an editorial that isn’t so “hooters” looking and they always turn out amazing! The 20 year old’s latest Vogue shoot features her clad in Summertime styles.
In the issue, Upton spoke of her now-famous curves ”I can’t change my bra size. They’re natural! I can work out and I can stay healthy and motivated, but I can’t change some things. I really just live my life,” she tells the magazine. “I love my body. It’s what God gave me! I feel confident with myself, and if that inspires other women to feel confident with their bodies, great.” The Vogue June issue hits stands May 21.
Images : Vogue
Hello future brides and wedding gown lovers!!!!! The fashion week of weddings also known as Bridal Week has come to a close today in New York. Designers presented their Spring/Summer 2014 collections for the world to see and they were beautiful! Etherial, romantic, sparkly, pretty, intricate and feminine are just a few words to describe to these dreamy dresses. I have been oooohing and aaaahing all weekend long and am excited to share some of the gorgeous gowns with you. Feast your eyes!!!!
Oscar De La Renta
Images: Getty-Glamour Magazine-WWD-Associated Press
The french manicure has been around since I can remember and has always been a safe nail art alternative for those who don’t want color, but want something cute and fun. However, if you do love color and french manicures, there are plenty of options for you in all hues of the rainbow! Check out some of my old favorites along with some new pics I found on Pinterest today for some inspiration!
Good afternoon! I thought I’d share my scuff removal tips with you all as I clean my heels up after a night out. I try to clean my heels after each wear, keeping them beautiful for many years! It’s also much easier to maintain them with a quick wipe down and scuff removal than to let it build up. I’ve always been able to clean my leather shoes pretty easily but had such a hard time with patent leather until one day it somehow popped in my head to try nail polish remover on a big red scuff and IT WORKED! Since then I’ve wiped away dozens of scuffs successfully!
What you’ll need:
*nail polish remover
*1, maybe 2 Q-tips (cotton swabs)
* 2 minutes of your time
Once you have your Q-tips and nail polish remover, you simply dip the Q-tip into the nail polish remover and gently wipe over the scuff in a back and forth motion until it disappears! Once the scuff is removed, flip the Q-tip around and use the dry side to wipe off any access nail polish remover. It’s that easy! and YES this removes those unsightly red Louboutin scuffs! I have used this method on leather and patent leather and have found that it works especially well on patent leather because the surface is so slick. I have NOT tried it on suede because quite frankly I’m scared that it would smear the stain rather than remove it. I hope this helps you all next time you have a shoe in need of scuff removal!