Spots for spring

Now that I’m into manicures, I polish my nails two or three times a week, mostly to avoid grading tests. Usually I just do a simple mani of a single color, but a couple of days ago I wanted to do something more exciting.

I intended to draw cherry blossoms again, but I'm really bad at them.

I intended to draw cherry blossoms again, but I’m really bad at them.

I used Zoya Angelina, a rich, cool-toned brown, China Glaze Keep Calm Paint On, a pistachio green with a subtle shimmer, and CG Pink-e Promise, a petal pink that looks much brighter in person than in the picture. I made the dots with a dotting tool.

Here's another image. I took these at work before class began, so I apologize for the window reflections in my nails. Go Seche Vite shine!

Here’s another image. I took these at work before class began, so I apologize for the window reflections in my nails. Go Seche Vite shine!

And here’s a rather blurry picture I took with my phone (sorry) of Zoya Song, a gorgeous navy blue that shimmers like crazy in the sunlight. It so happens to match everything I own, at least that day.

Can you tell my favorite color is blue?

Can you tell my favorite color is blue?

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