I am so happy for you to see me!
That is because I can't wait to show you this nail polish!
I present Grammy Gold!
Do you like Fergie Grammy Gold?
I love it! This polish is surprisingly sheer for a metallic. This is three coats without topcoat. It goes on beautifully.
Here is my hardworking and shy right hand. I painted a "Fringe
French" or "Eyelash French" manicure (did someone else do this before? I don't know!) with a new striper I found at Dollar Tree. It is by Colormates and it is in the color Hot Pink. Hot Pink has fine pink shimmer. I am very happy with these stripers for $1.
I imagined what it would be like to really have swinging fringe on my nails. Who would do that?
I continued practicing with my new striper. I did not like this at first, but forced myself to wear it, as you see, fringe french on the right hand, and my (non-dominant) left hand was fringe and fishnetted.
The fishnet with fringe reminded me of something you would see in a fancy ladies bedroom, an article of clothing or a lampshade.
The gold glowed and shone even in low lights, it added a soft light to my nails. This turned out to be an enjoyable manicure. I stopped making my grocery list to document how it looked during my day.
I liked having my two hands different, I couldn't decide which style I liked best.
I think I will name the non-matching hands style I created here "The Dominatrix Manicure".
This sexy style could raise eyebrows, but maybe not in a good way.
"Why aren't all of your nails matching? What are you doing that for?
Do you want to create a scene?"
Why yes, I do want to create a scene! And I want my nails to be seen!
So thank you very much indeed for looking!
I am curious readers, do you think this Maybelline display makes the model above look just like a blowup doll?
Here is a pretty flower for you from my healing garden retreat.
And a view of wine before it's time.
It looks like a good harvest this year, reason enough to celebrate.