We moved into a new house last month. I had my polish room all organized for the most part, but was missing some boards for my bookcase to tier my polishes up. Today, I got the DH to cut those for me and I rearranged them! One thing that bugs me more than anything, is my polishes being store in an unruly manner! HAHA! So I thought tonight I would share my polish shelves with you, and a little bit of nail art, and an explanation as to how to achieve that particular look.. :)
Here is my mail bookcase. I am hoping I have SOME room to grow. LOL!
My Emily De Molly polishes on top of the cabinet in my closet.
My desk. On the very top is my collection of OPI James Bond polishes and The Bond Girl Liquid Sand Collection. Also on the very top is my Nails Inc polishes, my Mentality collection, and my Adventure Time polishes. On the lower shelf is my Sinful Colors.
In the cabinet in the closet, I have a melmer. This is it... I know exciting right? In the bottom drawer are my cheapest polishes, middle drawer is Sally Hansen, Ulta, Finger Paints, Julie G, and a few others. In the top drawer is Indies, Deborah Lippmann, and Illamasqua, along with my coveted Chanel and Urban Decay.
There, now you have seen my little over 800 polishes and how I store them. Eventually the hubby is going to build me an awesome rack we designed together.
Now onto the nail art I promised. :) For this mani, I used Zoya Breezi (tealish) and Dana (bright pink). This look is super easy to achieve. First paint your nails with a base color for the mani. If you want an accent nail like I did here, just paint one or more an opposite color. Using white polish (for this mani I used Sinful Colors Snow me White) I dotted down each nail, close together just barely touching. I then took a smaller dotting tool and connected the dots. I then painted the opposite color I used into each of those white dots using a smaller dotting tool. Easy peasy! :)
Here are my results.
Please comment below and let me know what you think of this mani, or this post in general! I Love to get comments!