Hello Vivabellas! See my nails have just made a trip back to the retro years and I can’t stop admiring them! My colleague thought I painted them, which is absolutely impossible because these designs are far too intricate. So what did I do with them? Well, I’ve got them minx-ed, in another words, stickered.
These acetone free nail polish removers are a savior for my nails! Before I used these, I noticed that some of my toenails were dry and brittle looking. I wear nail polish on a daily basis and was using an acetone based nail polish remover, so that definitely left my nails drier. However, the condition of my nails got worse after a series of pedicures and one of them even chipped off. So I’m guessing that it’s because the nail polish removers used at the nail salons are much stronger or the amount used was more generous.
Recently, I bought some nail polishes from Zoya and I was surprised to learn that the brand is considered as natural. I never knew! Actually, it’s not surprising considering that I’ve always favored OPI nail polishes and hence, have never looked at the legions of other brands in the market. However, this is changing because this year, I am keenly seeking more natural alternatives for my nails and my first find was the Karma Organic non-toxic nail polishes. In fact, it was that first find that spurred me to check out if there is such a thing as a natural nail polish.
A bunch of toenails were heard wailing: “SOS! SOS! We need some serious help. Can anyone hear us crying? Oh man, can anyone even see us? We’re being trapped under this pile of enamel paint ALL THE TIME! We don’t get to see daylight. NIL. ZILCH. This is so much grief for all we see are a riot of colors and they’re not the usual primary or even secondary colors. They’ve even got cry-out-loud weirdo names to boot. Like this one is “That One That Got Away”; what kind of a color is that? It looks like raspberry so why not just call it THAT?” (>.< )