October was such a fun month with all of the guest posts that I decided to keep having them once a month. Today's post is from Hey, Darling Polish! She always has these wonderful, whimsical little freehand designs that I can't get enough of. She also shows off a lot of lovely indie swatches which is always good with me!
I'm super excited to be here posting for Shelby Lou today! Funny story, she actually asked me to write a guest post for her back in September for part of her one year blogiversary celebration but I completely missed the message because Facebook sent it to my "other" folder. I didn't even know that folder existed! Not cool Facebook, not cool haha. Welp, at least I know now and I still get to write a post for you all!
A quick, little bit about me, my name is Marisa and I run the blog, Hey, Darling Polish!. I love doing nail art, indie polish, and fun colors.
So, lets get onto the nails!
Here's what I used:
I know that I had to use one of my Hare Polishes for today's post because I mean, Shelby is the queen of Hare Polish! I always love reading her Hump Day Hare posts even if they make my wallet cry. I don't own that many but my little collection keeps on growing and I'm not complaining (:
These nails started with two coats of Magic Mist. When that had dried, I used the white acrylic paint and my detail brush to paint on the flowers. The inner dots were done with the grey paint and the same brush. Everything was sealed in with a layer of HK Girl.
I really love how these turned out and I got a lot of compliments on them. Hopefully you guys enjoy them as well! Thank you Shelby Lou for letting me taking over your blog for the day!
Thank you so much for your post today, Marisa, I'm glad I still got to have your nails on my blog! These flowers are completely adorable and I love them over this polish. I'm so glad you chose to use a Hare, and I promise to continue making your wallet cry because I only believe in enabling when it comes to polish ;-)Make sure you follow Hey, Darling Polish! to see all of her lovely nail art!
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