Gold toned manicure featuring Orly Buried Alive topped with Sonoma Nail Art Clockwork, and stamped the ring finger with Orly Glitz. Read more on my blog.
For April Fool’s Day, I told everyone I was moving to Tacoma (I’m not) and that I was changing my brand to Tacoma Nail Art. Here is one of the polishes inspired by Tacoma: Tacoma Doma. There are still a few bottles of this polish left, for you die hard Tacoma fans. You see it every day on I-5, now wear it on your fingertips. Click here to check out Tacoma Doma custom nail polish on etsy. Bonus: each order of Tacoma Doma comes with free Tacoma nail decals. Awwwww yeah……
Two of the polishes recently restocked in my etsy store. Tiny Tangerines, inspired by the lovely Sonoma County blogger Kelly Anne of tinytangerines.com, and The Puck Stops Here, inspired by Snoopy’s Home Ice, a really cool (pun intended) ice rink in Santa Rosa, CA. Get them now in my etsy store!
Nail Art with historical significance! This is the first military submarine called The Turtle. It was used in the American Revolutionary War to defend New York Harbor from the British Navy. Read more about The Turtle, and see how I created this artwork on my blog.
My newest polish inspired by the lovely and amazing Kelly-Anne of Tiny Tangerines! She is a Sonoma County blogger like me, and she helped develop this awesome polish. This is one coat of Tiny Tangerines over OPI Privacy Please. Swatch courtesy of Chalkboard Nails.
Simple mani with a base coat of black, then I topped with three different glitters in random sections. Glitters are each from my Halloween collection of Sonoma Nail Art indie polishes. Read more on my blog. Happy Halloween!!!
OPI Danke Shiny Red with some swirly nail art and my Sonoma Nail Art Halloween polish on the tips. Read more on my blog.
Celebrating 1000 likes on my facebook fan page with a giveaway! I made a limited edition polish with a clever name: “1000 FB Likes” uh huh, I am awesome. LOL Find out how to win a bottle on my blog.