Thursday, December 18, 2014

#throwbackthursday ~ Holiday Manicures

Are you already in the Christmas mood? Today was my last day of work before the Holidays and I have so many things I need to organize before Christmas Eve (like actually getting gifts for the family and friends). I have not done a Christmas themed manicure this year, yet, and I honestly do not know when I get around to painting my nails again. So I thought I'd briefly recapitulate my favorite Holiday manicures I have done over the years. 

Swirly Candy Cane nails
For Christmas last year I went with this Candy Cane inspired manicure and my favorite red nail polish, a-England Perceval. The swirly pattern is from MoYou Princess Plate 12

Christmas skittle nails
Two years ago I wore these striped/dotted/taped Christmas tree nails along with a Christmas-y Floam accent nail.

Ninja Polish - No Peeking
When I saw the Ninja Polish Holiday 2012 collection, I instantly knew I needed each and every polish in that collection. This fun glitter topper is one of my favorites from the collection.

Another manicure with my beloved Perceval from a-England. This time with some snow flakes. This design was done for the 24 days of Christmas nail art challenge back in 2011. The picture and design are not perfect, but still it is one of my favorite Christmas designe I have ever done.

Gingerbread Man
I apologize for "the claw", but I had no idea how to incorporate my thumb into the photo ;) This manicure also originated from the nail art challenge in 2011 and I was so proud of my neck-less gingerbread man and the zigzag french tips back then. While this is not the most accurate design I have ever done, it certainly is one of the most fun ones to me.

What will be on your nails this Christmas?

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