I hope everyone's weekend went smoothly. Welcome to Nubbins! What's your dream? I dream of longer, stronger and non yellowed nails! Everybody has a dream. rofl, rofl! Sorry but that came to mind while I was doing the mani. So as you all can see I am sporting nubbins since last week, I hated them. Now I love them a tiny more. They were a bit longer but yesterday while driving my friends SUV I chipped a huge chunk of my thumb fingernail, so they had to be cut shorter.
Bettina Earth is from the Nature Collection, they have other colors but only this one and another one which I will be posting later interested me. The thing is Bettina and me used to have a love hate relationship. She used to chip on me the next day and although Bettina has some amazing colors, I stopped purchasing from them and gave up. I felt bad cause Bettina is a brand from Puerto Rico and I should support my local economy, but I am not gonna waste money on np that only lasts for one day. What made me change my mind? My awesome friend Laquerlove, wanted the coveted Bettina's and after purchasing for her, I saw all the pretty rainbow of colors and finally gave in again. I think probably the products that I was using did not get along with the np that is why it chipped so quickly.
Earth is a wonderful creme brown shade, it is unique in my stash, app went awesomely smooth. Then I added one coat of All about you from Sinful Colors to my ring and thumb fingers. All about you is a bronze and gold micro flaky glitter in a clear base, this color is absolutely stunning! Click on the photo and look closeup, gorgeous! This shade is also unique in my stash, plus I got it yesterday for 0.99 cents at Walgreens.
Enjoy your week my readers!!
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