Valentine's Day Manicure: Day 3

Yesterday was awesome. The mountains we ski at got a few inches (5 the night before we came) of snow, so we went up to Breck to get some runs in. It was a great day, and powder is so much better than slippery, icy slopes. I even hit some jumps.

Then we went out to Denver for the bars.

Needless to say, I'm exhausted today. After thinking about what I wanted to do for my nails literally all day, I finally mustered up the energy to create my third Valentine's Day manicure.

I used the awesome franken polish Leslie gave me here over Something Sweet (China Glaze). I really love the way the glitter is sandwiched between the two colors, making it feel more smooth. It was really stunning on its own, but I couldn't help myself. I added black pinstripes to half of my nail using Time Off (Sinful Colors) and still wasn't totally happy, so I striped in the pink lines using Am-Ore (Color Madric). I added a heart on my index finger as well using the same colors, and finally tipped each nail with a very thin black french manicure. I think it all came together quite nicely.

Now if you'll excuse me I've got a date with the couch and a fluffy pillow.


  1. The color looks great on you! And I'm def impressed by your sweet ski picture! I've never been skiing. Looks like fun!

    1. You should give it a try sometime if you get the chance. It can be frustrating to learn (though for me snowboarding was WAY harder to pick up) but once you get comfortable, there's no better feeling than zipping down a mountain covered in snow.

  2. Yay glad you had a good time yesterday :D Your mani looks amazing! Love the franken polish you used!

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  4. This nail art looks amazing. Love the pink and the strips. Great for Valentine's day.
    I also would like to take the opportunity to invite you to check out my Valentine's giveaway of 2 mini china glaze nail polishes :)

  5. This looks awesome!


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