Thursday, October 28, 2010

THEY ARE NOT JUST NAILS!!!!!






I once met a girl with long and unkempt nails, who always had to paint her latest craze on them.
The first thing i had to teach her was that she was a lady and not a mascot. Too many patterns on your nails are actually mascott"ish".
Nothing wrong with wearing designs on your nails, but please dont forget that whatever you do should look FEMININE AND BEAUTIFUL
The fingernails shouldnt be too short or too long. Moderate length that's kept clean, painted or not can look fabulous.
Many women wear nail polish on their toenails simply because they love the look. Painted nails add a polished and glamorous edge to a pedicure if done well. Sandals, peep toe shoes, slippers or any footwear that'll show off your toes look glamorous with nicely done toenails.
Colors differ according to our choices, a woman may choose deep colors like black, navy blue, deep purple etc, as it suits her, while another may prefer the classic simplicity of softer and more feminine shades. Make no mistakes, any color in the world can look good on the nails, it all depends on choosing the best fit for your skin tone and keeping those nails neat and tidy. View these samples....

7 comments:

  1. True, I saw ur add on facebook, pls can you put up a post on how to care for the nails and what colours suit people the most?

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  2. Like like like, Bubu welldone!!!

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  3. Like your blog, please can you upload videos

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  4. Nice, pls how can nail fungus be treated?

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  5. Hi Uche, Thanks for visiting, i'll put up a post soon on that, you can also follow this blog by clicking on the "follow" sign at the right side. Thanks again.

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  6. Hi Chic, thanks for visiting and thanks for the compliment.you can also follow this blog by clicking on the "follow" sign at the right side. Thanks again

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  7. Hi Perry, nice observations, videos will come up soon.you can also follow this blog by clicking on the "follow" sign at the right side. Thanks again

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