Stripes and Crystals

I did another nail look with my Sally Hanson Xtreme Strong Nail Polish in Wet Cement with my Orly Lemonade. I added some Austrian Crystals that are super tiny but fit perfect on my nail bed.

Here’s a close up of the crystals. I put them randomly within the yellow striped.

And the polish I used…

I want to get a bottle of this polish is every color! It makes my nails so healthy looking and a lot harder. Plus it’s an inexpensive drug store polish which is always a plus I normally swear by China Glaze or OPI. I actually used OPI’s start to finish for this look as well but sometimes I use the cheapy L.A. Colors top coat from the dollar store if your lookin to save money. The only issue with the cheapy stuff compared to OPI is it dries out and the OPI doesn’t.


About Candy Kisses

I'm an aspiring designer who one day wishes to move to New York and make it big! As of now I work at a restaurant near my apartment in pittsburgh to make ends meet while running a small business called Candy Kiss Couture, on etsy consisting of my designs, and crafts at I love all things beauty, fashion, and glamour as well as all things Art ^.^ Also an interesting tid bit about myself: I love to play dress up, cause I'll never be too old for that! I am fascinated by glitter, shiny things, lace, neon colors, pastel colors, alright colors in general. I guess that's more than enough about me we'll get to know each other as I blog. Thanks for checking my page out.
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