Hi fellow nail addicts 😛
Today I thought it would be fun to show you all my nail polish collection. I may have gone through a slight phase in high school where I was obsessed with nail polish and painted my nails every day, so do not be alarmed by the amount of polishes I own, 145!
Anyways, I have decided to opt out of showing each and every nail polish I own, because there is obviously a lot of them! But I have shown a few of the brands that I seem to gravitate towards, as well as their names.
I italicized some of my favorites
(bottom) butter please – stroke of brilliance – barbados blue – play date – ballet slippers – mademoiselle – mochacino – licorice
Sinful Colors Pro
(bottom) cinderella – purple diamond – frenzy – tokyo pearl – queen of diamond
(bottom) prissy chirssy – blush – gold star – skinny jeans – sea escape – ginna girl
(bottom) perky pink – coral reef – sun kissed – mellow yellow – mint sorbet – blue me away! – pacific blue
(bottom) sparkling – pink lingerie – minted – cloud – black lingerie
(top) breakfast in red – plastic flamingo – did i dye it too blonde? – designated driver
(bottom) show me some skin – tattle tell – correction tape
Let me know if you have any questions about a particular color.
I bought the case to hold my nail polishes from Sephora.
What’s your favorite nail polish brand? Mine is essie 🙂
If you follow me on Facebook then you would have seen my new custom painted longboard surfboard!
My father has been surfing for a very long time and I have tried it once or twice before but this summer I really wanted to get into it and it was soooo fun!
After several times of surfing, my father thought it would be best for me to get my own board shaped to best suit myself. Therefore, Peli surfboard out of Cocoa Beach, Fl shaped and did the blue base coat for my board.
The octopus was an idea of mine that came from lots of research on surfboard designs. There was one image of a giant octopus spread out over the entire board, and I loved it!
So I asked my mother, of MADart, to design this amazing octopus. And the final piece is absolutely amazing!
I will try to get some photos of me actually surfing on this board! I have only been able to take this particular board out once, but the board is amazing! Peli did a great job and the artwork is stunning!
My mother used acrylics to paint the octopus, and then the surfboard makers applied several top coats to set everything in.
Check out PELI surfboards here
Check out my mom, Megan Aroon Duncanson’s art here
Today the weather was nice and it was time to stretch our legs. So my parents and I made a picnic and did some beach combing. Our main objective is to find a glass ball floating off from the Japan shoreline, but alas we have yet to find one, though many people in our area find them on the rare occasion. Today we found mostly useless items, that may or may not be missed by the previous owner. Either way, we got a fun time while combing the beach.
I usually end up straying from the beach to go down by the water and search for sea creatures. The colors of everything always surprise me every time.