Sunday, September 1, 2019

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31DC2019 - Red - Cherries

And so the challenge begins.

In previous years, I've had goals for the 31 Day Challenge, this like do the art on all 10 nails, and include a photo of both hands.  This year, there are no rules.  My goal is to simple finish.  My track record of blogging at the moment is about four posts a month, so pulling off 31 back to back posts is challenge enough.  

Be prepared now, I plan to take as may shortcuts as I possibility can. If that means using water decals, or nail wraps that meet the challenge prompt, then that's what I'm doing. If it means using nail art that I did more than a year ago which has been sitting in my draft folder unedited, then that's what I'm doing. 

I am giving myself full permission to use whatever I need on my nails to get through the challenge.

For the first prompt, red, I used some cherry water decals, paired up with Ozotic Pro 621. I did this mani last year in preparation of doing the challenge in 2018, in fact my first 7 manis were prepared last year, so I'm off to a flying start.

Can we also just take a moment to look at Ozotic Pro 621 again. I know that there are Picture Polish red shades that are meant to be the replacement for this, but I just don't think the Picture Polish ones have quite the same umph with the old scattered holo?

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1 comment:

  1. This is beautiful. I said I was only going to do hand painted nail art and already I resorted to stamping because I just don't have a lot of time after working 12 hours and then life. So if you post a mani from last year that never got posted, that is perfectly acceptable in my opinion. I still like this and that gorgeous holo red polish, wow. Sooo pretty.


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