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My Top 13 Manis of 2012

Hey everyone!

Last year I posted my top 12 manis of 2011, so, I figured this year I get to pick my top 13 of 2012. Now, these are what I consider my own personal top looks. If you disagree, you should post up one of my posts from the last year in the comments section. Without further ado & in no particular order..

Yes, it is basically just a special top coat, but it is seriously magical! I absolutely love it.. Read all about it HERE

I love this.. and the title I gave the post.. Oh The Weather Outside Is Weather..

Again, it may just be a top coat kind of polish, but it is a-may-za-zing! Check out the post HERE

If I had to actually choose one mani that was my absolute favourite of the year.. This would be it. Check out the full post HERE

Pinterest is one of my favourite places to find nail art (inspiration and straight up copies) - which is where the idea for this gem came from. Check out the post HERE

This was an adorable mani inspired from another blogger.. Check out the post HERE

My first, and so far only go, with an ikat print. Love it! See the full post HERE

I just love this whole combo. Must remember to do it again. Maybe they will be my birthday nails for this year.. Scope the full post HERE

I feel like I could have done this a whole lot better.. Might be something to revisit in the future. I still love the whole idea though.. Check the post HERE

I feel like it was year of the super fun top coats.. Sticks 'n Stones had to make the cut somewhere! Check out the full post HERE

I love these nails.. they are girly and yet not.. Check out the full post HERE

Another pinterest gem.. Check them out HERE

Domo.. um, I obviously love these. Peep the full post HERE

And there you have it.. my top choices for manis for 2012! Agree? Disagree? Let me know!

I hope you are all having a great start to 2013. Let's make it an awesome one!!

Comments

Minty said…
Really love your picks, my favorites are the snow flakes and the black and white divided nails with stripes!
Lovely manicures! I love the snowflakes the most! :D

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