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Polar Bear Style Floral Crystal French Nails Decals China Glaze Top Base Coat

Matching: Floral Crystal French Nails

On average, I do my nails once a week or so (sometimes my manicure survives a rather impressive ten-fourteen days and sometimes it’s gone in five). In any case, since today is the day I decided to change it again, I thought I would show it to you guys. I always knew that this blog would involve nail posts as well as outfits posts since I think of my nails as another aspect of my outfit (albeit a more permanent one that lasts around a week). For special occasions, I might match my nails to my outfit, but usually I consider them as more of a statement piece that provides a little more pizazz to my look (for those who notice these things). I like and use them for the same reason I like and use clothes and fashion, to express my personality and because they make me happy.

 

Polar Bear Style Floral Crystal French Nails Decals China Glaze Top Base Coat

 

This time I went with a fancier manicure than I would usually go for lately that also took a bit longer due to the extra details. On the plus side, it doesn’t actually require colored nail polish so the painting part is easier and less messy. I was meeting with visiting relatives and wanted my nails to look pretty and to match my outfit (one of these rare occasions I talked about above). Here I used floral French decals and black leaf decals and since that just wasn’t enough, I added some crystals to accent. The result is both girly and a little edgy because of the dramatic colors (or maybe that’s just in my head).

 

Polar Bear Style Floral Crystal French Nails Decals China Glaze Top Base Coat

 

Thank you for reading. Be kind. Be you.

 

If it speaks to you, I used:

China Glaze Strong Adhesion base coat, here

China Glaze Fast Forward top coat, here

Floral French decals, similar here(a whole set) and here

Black leaf decals, similar here (a whole set) and here

Glass ab crystals, glass here (glass is shinier) or acrylic here (lighter and easier to work with)

 

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