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Connect The Dots

I decided to scour through my Nail Art Inspiration folder, and found this fun and simple look! I thought it would be perfect after a bunch of Halloween nail art (:


I used: CG Lemon Fizz, Essie Mint Candy Apple, CG White Out, OPI A Shorts Story, Finger Paints Leonardo Da Vin-Pink & Essie Mesmorize.

Simple and fun! I even clipped down my nails again - just a smidge. I am really enjoying shorter nails.. For now!!

I hope everyone has had a great start to November!!


Your Comments Answered
Answered from the Fail Nails post:
  • Freshie - He is very adorable! I am glad that they do seem to get along as they are both alone all the time! I let them be together for a few minutes every few days - seems to keep them happy!!
  • Zara - Thankies! I agree!!
  • JQ - I figure I might as well be honest.. Not everything I do is photo-worthy, but I figure I can show that I do some terri-bad stuff as well - I am human!! I am going to have to keep my eyes wide open at Winner's from now on!! I would have probably passed it completely!!
  • Lily - Thank you, you're sweet!
  • shortwidenails - Haha, well, thank you! I suppose they weren't the worst things I have ever done! Pumpkin carving is so mean to thee ol' nails! I think we had a grand total of 25 kids, but I handed out about 30 bags of candy, I started to toss extras to kids (when I say 'bags', I mean I make mini baggies - this year they included: a candy necklace, a ring pop, a mini chocolate bar, Hot Tamales and a mini movie time treat) - they seemed happy! I think I have watched 'Hocus Pocus' twice this year. I am going to have to add it to my random old movies to purchase off of Amazon list!!
Answered from the Guest Nails Vol. 1 post:
  • shortwidenails - Haha - yes! I have been tagging them for awhile now. I notice it is sometimes hard to see, and other times it is really in your face.. Probably why you haven't noticed! I don't even know why I do it.. I guess so that I won't have to worry about anyone taking my photos and posting them as their own - especially of my pets!! I was like 'you have beautiful nails! ugggh!' - My nail damage is much better. The trap door is gone!! I am sorry to hear about your chip though - that is always terrible!! Especially on square nails ):

Answered from the Dry Eyes post:
  • Zara - Thaaaank you! I try.. This year I went with smaller details.. And I didn't screw up (too often..) - I was really pleased with them!!
  • April - Thank you and thank you! I also love Halloween as well.. I have only added to decoration ideas I want for next year, it is like a sickness for me!

Comments

Trincess said…
haha I have the exact same manicure in my inspiration folder, too =) I love your interpretation, looks so nice! =D
KarenD said…
Super cute! I really have to try doing dots one of these days.
Aurora's Nails said…
I love these dots! The colors look great together, too!
Born Pretty said…
I like the dot design...

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