Wednesday, November 12, 2014


I had searched far and wide on the internet for mirrored false nails and couldn't find a reliable source so I had given up. Last week I go to my local Dollar Tree to get fake flowers and LO AND BEHOLD I FOUND THESE BEAUTIES: Metallic gold false tips so shiny you can use them as a mirror (seriously though you can see my phone case in every single picture). 

They were sold out in silver but I got one in gold and pink. I went back yesterday to buy more but they were sold out :( Once I find them again I'll be doing a flash giveaway!

This is what they looked like when I bought them. They were really long so once I applied them to my nail I filed them down to the same size as my natural nails.

Steps to apply false tips:
And you're finished!


I know Halloween was almost two weeks ago but I have to post my last Halloween nail looks! I promise I'll get back to the swing of things. Life has been so crazy busy lately.

Since my favorite Holiday is over (but it's okay, because Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, and my Birthday is next!), I won't go into too much details. If you have any questions feel free to ask in the comments!

Skeleton Nails 

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Spiderweb and bloody gold and black nails

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I'm so obsessed with skulls, I don't care if Halloween is over my skulls will be on my desk as decoration year round haha.

I had three costums this year, leopard, a Zombie, and a Sugar Skull in honor of Day of the Dead! All DIY! 
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Wednesday, October 29, 2014


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  • Purple is Salon Perfect "A Royal Affair" available at Walmart
  • Gray is OPI's "Nein! Nein! Nein! Ok Fine!"
  • Silver tree, grave, skeleton, and house were done using Bundle Monster stamps
  • Bat charm is from Daily Charme
  • Black is OPI's "Black Onyx"

I always do my gradients over white unless I'm using two light colors. I find the colors come out more vibrant.

Make sure to check out Daily Charme for super cute charms! Their Halloween charms are so amazing and unique.

How to place the nail charms:
I put a dot where I'm going to place a charm then once the glue has dried a few seconds to where it's tacky I place the charm and add glue around it and once the glue dries I put top coat around it. That almost always makes the charm stay in place to the point where I pretty much have to pry it off my nail (It doesn't damage your nail as long as you have polish as a layer between the glue and your nail).

Here are just a few of their new Halloween nail charms!

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014



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Make sure to check out Nailed Kit for super cute water decals! They're so easy to use and are SO cute! I'm dying over that happy spider and the perfect pumpkin faces.

For 15% off at checkout when shopping on HB Beauty Bar use my code "MODNAILS" for 15% off!
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Saturday, October 25, 2014


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China Glaze's "Ghoulish Glow"  from HB Beauty Bar REALLY glows. The picture above doesn't do the glow justice. And that isn't using a black light, I just put it up against my desk lamp and turned off the lights and that's how bright it was. 

Use my code "MODNAILS" at checkout when you're shopping on HB Beauty Bar for 15% off! 

The blood drip vinyls from Hex Nail Jewelry are so easy to use! You can either just stick them on your nails or use them as a guide and paint over them. 

Here's a quick 15-second tutorial from my Instagram:
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Tuesday, October 21, 2014


I'm OBSESSED with Halloween. I have so many ideas for Halloween nail looks I wish I had all the time in the world to just paint my nails. Here is the first look I created in honor of this glorious holiday!

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Use my code GYL91 to get 10% off at Born Pretty Store!

For 15% off at HB Beauty Bar use my code "MODNAILS"!
Here's a quick 15-second tutorial from my Instagram showing how to use the spiderweb vinyls.

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Happy Haunting!
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Thursday, October 16, 2014


October is Breast Cancer Awareness month so here are some nails in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness!

Ladies, please remember to get regular check ups and tests! Sadly, I know too many people with cancer and the chemicals that we're exposed to regular check ups are a MUST.

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