Tuesday, December 31, 2013

New Year's Eve Bling Gradient

Hey Y'all!!  Happy New Year's Eve!!  So this New Year's Eve is not going the way I hoped...Mr. Glittery and I are sick :(  They say what you do on New Year's Eve is what you will be doing the rest of the year, here's hoping "they" are wrong.  Not that we had a lot planned, just the hubs, now-a-teen and I at home, but still.  Being sick stinks!  So let me live through you, what fabulous plans do you have for tonight??

Anyway, yesterday I showed you my Waterfall nails, a more subtle look and for today I have a much more blingy look for you:
I Used:
Finger Paints- Colorful Collage (small and medium holo glitters in clear base)
China Glaze- Liquid Leather (black crème)

I SO wish the sun would come out so you could see how this sparkles!  It's blinding!  I love Colorful Collage so much!  If you want bling and glitter for the new year, this will work perfectly!

To get this look I started with two coats of China Glaze Liquid Leather.  Once that had dried, and using the brush that came with the polish, I started about three quarters of the way down my nail from the tip and brushed the polish towards the tip.  Then I went back and painted only the top 1/4 of my nail.  This polish is so packed with glitter, that's all it took to get the gradient....with a little dabbing to fill in any holes at the tip.
So despite the mean hubby sharing his germs with me (he made me sick, not the other way around no matter what he says), at least I can look at my pretty sparkling nails.  Now all I have to do is stay up until midnight for the now-a-teen. 

Here's hoping you have a safe and joyful New Year's Eve and 2014!!  Happy Polishing!!

Monday, December 30, 2013

New Year's Eve Waterfall

Hey Y'all!! I'm back!!  Sorry for being gone since last Wednesday, but Mr. Glittery had the rest of the week off so we spent some family time together.  Christmas was pretty great.  It was just us this year, so it was quiet and calm, lol.  I even got some things from my wish list!  Some will be making an appearance soon.  So how was your Christmas??  Did you get what you were hoping for?  Are you ready for 2013 to be over?  Are you going to any parties?  Have I asked you enough questions??

Probably, lol.  So let's get right to the nail design.  Today I have a New Year's Eve Waterfall for you:
I Used:
China Glaze- Liquid Leather (black crème)
Pure Ice- Silver Mercedes (silver foil)
Pure Ice- Jaguar (gold foil)
Liner Brush

Let me start by saying, I do my waterfall designs a little different than everyone else.  Everyone else makes very close lines that are all, basically, the same length and width and tend to not end in a point but are more blunt.  I love that look.  I like to do mine with vary lengths, widths and tapered points.  That's just me.  I have to be different o_O!  You can do yours however you like.  There your nails!  Have fun with it.
I started with three coats of China Glaze Liquid Leather.  Yep, three coats.  My one constant concern with China Glaze polish is that it tends to be thin, and this batch of Liquid Leather was really thin!  Then just take a thin brush and, alternating silver and gold, paint thin lines from your tip towards your cuticle, lifting the brush as you go.
That's it!  I love this look for New Year's Eve.  It's subtle glitz.  Of course you can glam this up or down as much as you like.  To make it even more subtle, try using darker colors like blue and purple.  Or glam it up with silver and gold shimmers or glitters.  Make it your own!

I have a few more New Year's Eve designs coming up or you, so be on the lookout!  Until then, Happy Polishing!!

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Christmas Nails

Merry Christmas Y'all!!!  I hope you are having a fabulous day!!  I had so much I needed to do for today, but blood pressure issues kept me up almost night, so it looks like I need to schedule a nap too.  But I wanted to make sure that I got this mani up for you...especially after promising it on instagram yesterday.

So for today I have one of my favorite Holiday nails for you.  I think these are great for Christmas, New Year's or even just because:
I Used:
China Glaze- Just Be-Claws (red foil/shimmer)
Finger Paints- Sparkle Top Coat (gold micro glitter in milky/clear base)
Gold Striping Tape

This is an easy, elegant design.  I started with two coats of China Glaze Just Be-Claws, a gorgeous red foil/shimmer.  This is a gorgeous red that just screams the holidays.  Next came the gold striping tape.  This can be found at bornprettystore (discount code in the right margin, just click and it will take you to the site), Sally's Beauty Supply, a many other stores.    Just lay two strips down horizontally on your nails.  My biggest advice is to NOT wait until your polish dries completely.  If you do it when it's still tacky, the tape adheres much better.  But, once you lay the tape down, it has to stay there, you can't move it.  If you're not real comfortable with striping tape, go ahead and let your polish dry completely and just use two coats of top coat to help seal it.
Once that was done, I used Finger Paints Sparkle Top Coat and painted in between the tape.  Then I just topped it all of with one coat of Seche Vite top coat.

I hope y'all enjoyed today's design.  I also hope y'all have a Very Merry Christmas!!!  I'll have a post up for you in a couple of days, but I'll see you on facebook and instagram!!  And be sure to share your Christmas goodies with me there!!  Happy Polishing and Merry Christmas!!

Monday, December 23, 2013

Santa & Candy Cane Nails

Hey Y'all!!  Merry Christmas Adam!!  (Get it, cause Adam came before Eve??)  Do you have all your shopping done?  The now-a-teen and I finished everything today.  We really only had grocery shopping left. And dog food.  Yep, the hub sent the kid and I to get the dog food.  Not a big deal for the babies...huge deal for the big girls!!  Babies food=15 pounds, big girls food= 50 pounds.  But we are finally done!!  So as I promised on Instagram, here are my Santa Claus nails:
Left Hand
Right Hand
I Used:
China Glaze- White on White (white crème)
Orly- Unlawful (bright red crème)
LA Colors- Palm Tree (green crème)
Barielle- Pillow Talk (light beige crème)
Nailtini- Sparkler (clear top coat with red and holo glitter)
China Glaze- Liquid Leather (black crème)
Pure Ice- Jaguar (light gold metallic)
Finger Paints- Brushstroke Blush (very pale pink crème)
China Glaze- So Blue Without You (blue shimmer)
Liner Brush
Dotting Tools

I love the glitter I used on this!  I won it in a giveaway and my first thought when I saw it was, Christmas!  It's Nailtini Sparkler, a clear top cot with red and holographic glitter.  The polish was packed with glitter.  The photos show just one coat (with top coat to smooth it).  Love it!!
The Santa and Santa suit were done using a dotting tool.  And the candy canes were done using striping tape.

I hope y'all enjoyed today's nails!  I have one more design for you tomorrow, a more elegant than cute design, so be sure to check back!  Until then Happy Polishing!!

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Mish Mash Challenge: Nature

Hey Y'all!!  I'm back doing the challenges!  I missed them.  And since today is Wednesday, it's time for the Mish Mash Challenge!!  This week's theme is nature.  Hmmm....that's broad.  I instantly thought of water, mainly because I love teal/turquoise, water, the beach, etc.  So after a lot of thought, seriously, a lot, here's what I came up with, but it needs an explanation.  Have you ever been on a cruise in the Caribbean?  When you stand on deck at night and look down at the moonlit water, it's just mesmerizing.  There's all these swirling shades of turquoise.  Love it!  That look is what I was going for in today's design.  I tried it two different ways.  This first one is my favorite:

I Used:
China Glaze-Aquadelic (light blue/tiffany blue crème)
Wet-n-Wild- Sea Change (dark blue with teal shimmer)
Orly- Teal Unreal (dark teal crème)
Maybelline- Sparkling Water (dark teal shimmer with blue and purple micro glitter)
Cotton Swabs
100% Acetone

For the top mani, I started with two coats of China Glaze Aquadelic. I then topped my nails with one coat of top coat to prevent the acetone from removing my base color.  Then, I put a couple of drops of each color (except the Aquadelic) on my nail.  Dipping a cotton swab in 100% Acetone, I swirled the colors together.  Me likey!!

The second mani was done in a similar manner (brain freeze...I can't remember what this technique is called, but the directions can be found here).  I really like how this looked, but it didn't look like swirling water.

So the first picture is my favorite for this challenge.  Be sure to check out all my fabulous polish sisters and their incredible nature designs!  I bet there are a lot of Christmas looking ones!  Just click on the pictures below.  And I'll see y'all tomorrow!  Happy Polishing!!

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Nutcracker Water Marble

Hey Y'all!!  So another Nutcracker is over.  I feel sad and relieved.  Sad, cause, well, it's over for this season.  Relieved because it takes a lot out of me, lol.  I ended up with a cold and threw out my back.  Fun huh? 

I did want to show you my nail design for the shows, but first, a proud mama moment...here's my little one as Spanish in Act II:
Isn't she fabulous???  Ok, I know, I'm biased.  This was the first time she was able to perform en pointe in a Company production.  So proud!!

As for my nails, I did a silver holo and black water marble:
I Used:
Jade- Psicodelica (silver linear holographic)
China Glaze- Liquid Leather (black crème)

I thought it would be brighter than it came out, but I still like it.  I painted two coats of China Glaze Liquid Leather first so that may be why it was more sedated than usual.  If you look at the column on the right for Fall Water Marble, you will find my tutorial.  I think after the first of the year, I'm going to do another one....with more pictures and stuff.
I hope y'all enjoy today's design!  I'll be back on my normal track starting tomorrow...hopefully, lol.  I already have my Mish Mash Challenge nails ready to go.  I need to get over this cold...it's making me miserable.  I also have a rant for you (first world beauty complaint).

I also have to find a cure for my latest You Tube obsession, Grav3yard Girl!!!  I LOVE her!!  Y'all should totally check her out.  She does beauty, hauls, clothes, as seen on tv, just a lot of everything!  She's hilarious too.  (And no, she has no idea I exist, and I don't get anything for you watching her videos...I'm just a huge fan!)  I swear she's a younger version of me!!

Anyway, see y'all tomorrow!!  Happy Polishing!!!

Monday, December 16, 2013

Review: Zoya Dream

Hey Y'all!!  I can't believe I haven't posted in 5 whole days!!  I'm so sorry!  This year's Nutcracker just kicked my heiny.  I'm exhausted.  And I know I posted my Nutcracker nails on Instagram and said I would have those up today, but I still have to download, edit, etc those pictures, so I will have those up for you tomorrow.  So sorry.  Instead, I have this one that I somehow never managed to post last week for you, my review of Zoya Dream:
Isn't it purty???  Zoya Dream is part of Zoya's 2013 Holiday Collection and it's gorgeous!!  It's a medium blue jelly with scattered holographic glitter throughout.  The formula is a dream!  It's a little streaky the first coat but two coats evened it right out. And it was so smooth.   Not that I don't love my textured polishes, but I love a smooth glitter one too. Of course, I've never met a Zoya polish that didn't work fabulously, have you?  Anyway, the pictures show two coats with top coat.
I can not begin to tell you how many compliments that I got on this mani.  It was a huge hit! 

I hope y'all enjoy today's post.  I'm pretty sure it's nap time for me :)  I'll see y'all tomorrow.  Happy Polishing!!

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Nail Polish Canada Contest, Week 3: HOLIDAY MEMORIES

Hey Y'all!!  Today is the last of the Nail Polish Canada Contest and this week's theme is HOLIDAY MEMORIES.  As many of you know, I now live in North Georgia, you should know because I spend about 5 months complaining about how cold it is!  (And yes, it's really cold today too).  But I grew up in Central Florida where we celebrated a green Christmas every year.  So green in fact that my Dad put up the Christmas lights outside at night to avoid a heat stroke! 

And put out the lights he did!!  Every year the tv stations, newspaper, and a ton of people came by to see the house.  It's one of my happiest childhood memories so I decided that would be the theme of my nails this week, my Florida Christmas!! (only nail polish was used to create these, the list will be at the bottom of the post)
First, if you like my nails, PLEASE GO VOTE FOR THEM BY CLICKING HERE!!!
Now the fun part, explaining my Dad's decorations!!  The index finger and pinky have our palm trees that were in the front yard (yep, we had palm trees and orange trees!).  Dad would wrap them up in strings of Christmas lights...used a semi truck to reach the top!!  These were so pretty!!  My Mom always swore that Disney World got the idea of wrapping their trees in lights from us!  As for my middle finger, our backyard was pretty much taken up by our pool, but Dad would create a 45 foot Christmas tree over our pool by using a tall pole and strings of lights.  It was topped by a 5 foot star he made of white lights.  You could see our "tree" for miles!  Did I mention that Florida is super flat??

The ring finger is our Christmas tree!!  We always had fake trees (I'm allergic to the real) and my Mom always insisted that our tree be "snow" covered!  She was born in Kentucky and missed White Christmases...I think, lol.
As for my thumb, my poor Mom always wanted to put, in her words, "tacky, plastic. pink flamingos" in our front yard and my dad and I always said no!  So I wanted her to have her flamingos now  :)

If you like my nails, PLEASE, PLEASE GO AND VOTE FOR THEM!!! Just click here!

And treasure your family this year!  This will be my 7th Christmas without my Mother and 19th without my Father, and it's still really hard.  But I loved being able to do a manicure in their honor!  Happy Polishing!!!

I Used:
Sinful Colors- Sweet Nothing (light blue crème)
Finger Paints- Pink Perspective (neon pink)
Revlon- Cupid (pink crème)
China Glaze- So Blue Without You (blue shimmer)
Orly- Hook Up (yellow shimmer)
Sinful Colors- Snow Me White (white crème)
LA Colors- Palm Tree (medium green crème)
LA Colors- not named (red crème)
Barielle- No Not Now (beige shimmer)
Barielle- I Got A Headache (taupe shimmer)
OPI- Into The Night (dark blue shimmer)

Monday, December 9, 2013

Festive French Tips (Black & Gold)

Hey Y'all!  Happy Monday!  Did y'all have a great weekend?  Do you have all of your Christmas shopping done?  I've barely started :(  And I haven't gotten anything for the hubby yet.  He's so hard to buy for.  He's all, "I don't need anything.  I just want y'all to have what you want."  Is your mister like this??  Sounds all kind and stuff, but the now-a-teen and I wanna give him presents!  We like that!  Grrrr....  We should get him something hideous, then maybe he will tell us what he really wants.

Oh well, on to the nails!  Today I went with nails a little different for the holidays.  I think they still look festive, but if you're tired of red and green this gives you another idea.  I also think these would be great for New Year's Eve.  So I have black and gold French tips:

I Used:
China Glaze- Liquid Leather (black crème)
China Glaze- Mingle With Kringle (gold glass fleck)
Scotch Tape
Liner Brush

Super easy & super holiday-ish!  Start with two coats of China Glaze Liquid Leather.  Once that has completely dried, lay scotch tape down where you want the tip to be.  You can do it right on your nail line, or you can do it like I did and put it a little closer to your nail edge.  Paint the Mingle With Kringle and immediately remove the tape.
Dab a little polish onto a piece of paper or paper plate first.  Then using a thin liner brush, just draw little wisps...sweep the gold into black and the black into the gold. 

Hope y'all enjoyed today's mani!  Happy Polishing!!!

Saturday, December 7, 2013

12 Days of Christmas: Festive Colors/Glitter

Hey Y'all!!  Ok, what's wrong with me??  I usually have my posts up by like 2pm, and lately they're up around midnight.    But it's only 11'ish so technically I still got this up on the right day.  That counts right? 

So today's challenge is Festive Colors/Glitter.  This was really hard!  Y'all know how much I love my glitter and sparkle!!  I'm not kidding when I say I had like 20 bottles of "festive" glitter out trying to decide what to use.  I finally went with a pretty calm, classic Holiday look, red and gold:
I Used:
Orly- Unlawful (bright red crème)
Orly- Lavish Bash (gold/holo glitter topper)

This is such an easy, but very much Christmas-y look.  The pictures show two coats of Orly Unlawful, a pretty, bright red crème.  Then I topped it with Orly Lavish Bash, from their new collection.  Lavish Bash is a clear top coat with small gold glitter, small octagon holo glitter and small holo bar glitter.  Love this!!
I hope you enjoy today's look.  And if you haven't already,

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And be sure to check out every one's designs below!! Happy Polishing!!

Friday, December 6, 2013

Review: Sinful Colors Silver Rainbows

Hey Y'all!!  TGIF!!! I would say I'm excited about the weekend, but I'm about today is the start of ten crazy, busy, stressful days!  And all because of the now-a-teen, lol.  She has mid-terms at her co-op, rehearsals literally all night, every night, then 6 performances in three days...and, well there's more, but enough of my first world problems.  On to the polish!!

I was lucky enough to actually find the Sinful Colors Christmas collection (usually it takes me months) and I bought a couple of them.  Today I have Silver Rainbows for you:
The picture shows one coat over two coats of Pure Ice Silver Mercedes and one coat of top coat.  Silver Rainbows is a clear based polish with bar glitter in blue, green, red and magenta/dark pink.  First off....where in the heck did they get that name??  I realize I put it over silver, but there is NO silver in the polish itself.  So why Silver Rainbows???  So, not the best name.
So past the weird name, I was really excited about this polish.  I'm one of the few people that really likes bar glitter and this one looked like the Holidays in a bottle!  The polish formula was good, it did require a little dabbing to get the coverage you see in the picks.  And despite tapping down the glitter to make sure that it didn't extend past the nail tip, it still is sticking out all over the place.
And what do I think of the actual polish?  I'm majorly disappointed :(  It looks like a hot mess to me.  Just no rhyme or reason to it.  And it didn't even sparkle that much.  I can't abide non-sparkly glitter!!  There should be a law against it!!  What do you think?

Have a great Friday!!  Happy Polishing!!

Thursday, December 5, 2013

The 12 Days of Christmas: Food

Hey Y'all!!  I'm late again, but I have my post up on the right day at least!  This time of year is just nuts...the now-a-teen had to perform and "excerpt" from the Nutcracker tonight and it took all night and half the day to prepare for and do, lol.

It's Day 3 of the challenge and today's theme is Food.  Food????  I can't draw food!!  So I went with a design I've been dying to try, Peppermint Swirls:
I Used:
China Glaze- White on White (white crème)
China Glaze- Adventure Red-y (red crème)
China Glaze- White Cap (sheer white crelly with micro gold glitter)
Liner Brush

Ok, this looked way better in my head, but I gave it a shot, lol. 
I started with three (yep, took three) coats of China Glaze White on White. Then topped it with one coat of White Cap, cause glitter makes everything better, right?  Except my pinky. Then using a liner brush and Adventure Red-y, I painted the swirls.  Or attempted to anyway.  On my pinkies, I placed the White Cap on just the red swirls.

So there's my attempt at peppermint candy :)  Be sure to check out what the other ladies came up with in the links below.  Happy Polishing!!

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Nail Polish Canada Contest, Week 2: DECORATIONS

Hey Y'all!!  It's Week 2 of Nail Polish Canada's Contest and this week's theme is DECORATIONS!!  After a lot of thinking, seriously, a lot, I came up with a decorated tree for my entry:
For the Water Marble, I Used:
China Glaze- Def Defying (lime crème)
China Glaze- Exotic Encounters (medium green crème)
Ulta- Envy (foil finished dark green)
BornPrettyStore- Holographic 12 (dark green linear holographic)

For the Decorations, I Used:
Orly- Rococo A-Go-Go (purple foil polish with gold shimmer)
Zoya- Dream (dark blue with scatter holographic glitter)
White rhinestones

If y'all like this design, I have a big favor to ask, please go vote for it by simply CLICKING HERE!!!  Thank you so much!!!  I really appreciate it!!
Happy Polishing!!

Woodstock's Girls' Day Out

Nothing to disclose.  All food, drinks, clothes and jewelry were bought and paid for by Glittery Fingers & Sparkling Toes.  This is not a sponsored post.

Hey Y'all!!  How was your weekend?  Did you face the crowds?  I don't think there is a big enough sale to get me out of the house on Black Friday.  The crowds are insane!!  There was an actual fist fight over towels??  Towels???  Were they monogrammed in gold??  Anyway, I'm not about to go out on the Friday after Thanksgiving, but the Bestie and I did go out Saturday to check out the ICE Girls' Day Out in Woodstock, Georgia.  November 30th was the special kick-off, but these will run every Saturday from now until the end of the year.

The idea behind Girls' Day Out is pretty cool; go to ICE Martini Bar for drinks, sushi or tapas between 11:30 and 5:00, and you will be given a shopping pass with special savings at the participating retailers in downtown Woodstock.  The participating stores were: Fashion Cupcake, Rak Outfitters, Holly Springs Jewelry, Brooklynns. Dismero, Be You On Purpose and Brenda's House of Flowers.

So the first stop was ICE Martini Bar!  We chose the last seating of 5 pm.  My first advice is go earlier!  (I'll explain as we go)  ICE Martini Bar is a really pretty place...very sleek and sophisticated.  It made us think of big city sophistication yet with a small town feel.
Pretty, huh?  And it's funny, but my favorite part of the restaurant was bathroom sinks!
Aren't they fantastic??  The Bestie and I loved them!

On to the food and drinks.  The Bestie and I split everything.  We started with martinis, The ICE Blue and the Mood Changer:
Both scrumptious.  The martinis range in price from $7 to $10 each.  Next we shared three tapas, Teriyaki and Onion Beef Sliders, Spinach and Artichoke Dip and Smoked Gruyere Macaroni and Cheese:
The Teriyaki Beef and Onion Sliders were superb!  Minus the onions, which were 4 inch long chives.  But other than that they were incredible!!  The Spinach and Artichoke Dip was really good, nothing different than most restaurants, but really good!  We enjoyed it.  The Smoked Gruyere Mac-n-Cheese was good, but there was a ton of toasted panko on it, it went through the whole dish.  If you're favorite part of mac-n-cheese is the crust, then you will love it, but it was a bit much for the Bestie and I.  The tapas ranged in price from $7 to $13 dollars each.  Three was enough for us to feel fed, but not stuffed.

We ended dinner with a Chocolate Lover's Martini:
The drinks were definitely the best part of the night! And the service was impeccable. But be careful if you're on a budget.  Three martinis and three tapas were $53.  A bit pricey for a girl's afternoon out I thought.  And if you are going with someone under 21, I would check out the more family friendly restaurants in Woodstock.

Next came the shopping!  For the kick off, there was a photographer and your own tour guides!  (These are the only things not available on the rest of the Girls' Afternoon Outs).  Sadly, I haven't received the photo yet, if I do I will squeeze it in here.  We had the two cutest girls for our tour guides, Jenny and Ashley, and we were off to shop.  The big problem here was that it was a little after 6 pm and almost all the stores were already closed.  So go earlier.

Our first stop was Fashion Cupcake, a cute, well priced clothing and shoe boutique.  The guides announced our savings at each shop and here it was buy two get one free fleece leggings. But there was a sign up announcing that sale, so I'm not sure what the ICE pass helped with here. The prices were great and I bought one pair of charcoal gray for $9.99.  Sadly, they were out of black.  The store actually seemed pretty empty, but they have just opened and said they are getting shipments everyday.

Next up was Brooklyns.  Loved this store.  They carried a little of everything...clothes, scarves, candles, jewelry.  Prices were everywhere in this store, from $5 scarves to $100 jeans.  The ICE pass specials here were $5 scarves (no sign) and buy two get one free on jewelry (big sign up so that was for everyone).  I did buy some cute jewelry here:
All the jewelry was pretty much $14.99 each.

As it was almost 7pm by this point we had to race to the one store left open, Be You On Purpose.  This was a cute boutique filled to the brim with faith inspired, well everything....clothes, jewelry, phone cases...a nice bling filled mix.  Here the ICE Pass gave you 10% off your entire purchase.   I did not see a sign that said that, so it was exclusive to the pass.

Sadly, that is where the shopping ended since all the stores but the restaurants, cigar bar, and yougurt place were closed.  There were quite a few stores that looked inviting, not just the ones participating in the ICE Pass, that I wanted to see, but it wasn't meant to be.  You would think that the stores would stay open if there was a promo going on...it would benefit them all.  So if you go, be sure to go earlier than we did.  I would say no later than 4 pm as most of the stores close between 6 and 7.  There seemed to be ample parking downtown, we had  no problem finding a spot.  There are at least three other restaurants, two of which seemed really popular, a lot of unique stores (so sad the Native American Jewelry store was closed), and it all seemed to be centrally located so you can just park and head off to eat and shop.

Overall the Bestie and I had a fun time and will probably go back to see the stores we missed.  If you're looking for a fun experience outside the hassle and crowds of the big city, go try Woodstock!

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

The 12 Days of Christmas: Snow/Winter

Hey Y'all!!  So I've joined a Christmas challenge!!  It's called the Twelve Days of Christmas! 
Sadly, I missed the first day, but I'm ready now and starting with the Dec. 3rd challenge...which is Snow/Winter.  It was hard coming up with another snow mani so close to the last one, but I did it:
I Used:
Butter London- Gobsmacked (charcoal gray and silver textured polish)
Sinful Colors- Snow Me White (white crème polish)
Liner Brush
Butter London Gobsmacked is a fabulous glitter bomb.  It's a clear base packed with charcoal gray and silver glitter that dries to a textured finish.  I used two coats and, after the snowflakes, I added a top coat to smooth everything. 

The snowflakes were hand drawn with a short liner brush using Sinful Colors Snow Me White.  I hope you enjoyed today's post!  Be sure to check out what fabulous designs everyone else came up with in the links below!  Happy Polishing!!