Good morning, Kitschies! I hope you're having a good week. I'm fighting a cold (ugh!) and with the hubs gone, I'm exhausted. This wonderful crud has been circling the office and it finally found its way to me. Lucky me. I guess it doesn't help that I stayed up later than I'd planned watching season 5 of Grey's Anatomy. I don't know if you watch the series, but the last two episodes of the fifth season were INTENSE!! I spent those last episodes with my hands clamped over my mouth and tears streaming down my face. The entire time! It's a wonder I was able to fall asleep after watching those (thank you Nyquil).
I wanted to post a new recipe for you today, but since it's been a little chaotic at home, I haven't had the time (or the energy) to prep pics. I usually like to mix it up, so don't hate me for sharing back to back manis with you.
A couple weeks ago, there was a pink nail art challenge posted by Fab Ur Nails. At the time, I thought this was a great challenge. And then I thought about it for a while and couldn't come up with anything original, so I thought it would be a good opportunity to take a stab at gradient sponging. I did not submit these to the pink nail art challenge.
un-named Color Club light berry creme from the All About Color collection. I started about a third of the way up from the base of the nail and sponged toward the tip.
What do you do when you have a mani fail? Do you wear it for a day or so because you took the time to do it? Or do you just clean it up and start over?
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