Monday, October 31, 2011

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!! Today is one of my favorite holidays, right behind Christmas which holds the slot as my top favorite. I wish I had more time to do an awesome gory mani design for the day, but I still did something cute. And lazy. :P A while back, I bought a set of Sally Hansen Salon Effects Nail Polish Strips in Spun for You. Its a cute spider web design. I never got a chance to wear them and I certainly couldn't let them go to waste, so I wore them for Halloween.



This was my first experience using any nail strips at all. They were super easy to use and I loved having zero drying time. I did put a top coat on, but it dried in less than a minute, almost instantly. I was able to cut the strips in half and only use one of the two packs inside the box. Now I have some for next year. :)   

I would definitely recommend these strips if anyone is thinking about trying them out. I took my time and was super careful, yet it still only took me twenty minutes. And that time includes filing my nails and prep. Plus they are so pretty! Its especially worth it if you can cut them in half. I paid $8.50 for this set at Walmart. So its like getting a gorgeous mani (that will last several days) for $4.25.

On to other things, I know I haven't been keeping up with my blog so well lately, but that is about to change. I'm joining a few other bloggers and diving into the challenge pool. Taylor from Nailed to the T came up with 30 Days of Untrieds. So starting tomorrow (Nov 1), I will doing that. I hope everyone will be happy to see some of my untouched polishes. I'm hoping to post everyday, but I know I will miss one here and there. So I figured when I miss a day, I could make it up with using two untrieds on one mani. I'll also have a post with all my new polishes. I cannot stop buying!

Do not forget to enter my 50 Follower Giveaway. It ends Friday, November 4th. You will have the chance to win six polishes, polish remover pads, and a piece of jewelry handmade by me.

2 comments:

  1. They look great! Good way to be get the most out of the strips!

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