As some of you may or may not know, the Midwest is being pounded by a crazy snow storm of...well...East Coast proportions. Having grown up on the EC I don't think it will be too bad, but everyone else thinks it is. In the hopes that my college would cancel class on Wednesday (they closed school twice in the past 30 years for snow), I decided to do a winter mani. Kind of like a rain dance but better. And the good news is that my snow day blizzard mani worked. Our college canceled classes for tomorrow already!!!
To do this manicure I started off with three coats of Sally Hansen's "White On". Since I was painting my nails while doing homework I actually allowed the coats of polish to dry. After I finished with the white I topped it with one coat of Orly's "Winter Wonderland" for a snowy effect. This is probably one of the best combinations that I have ever done on my nails. I even considered just leaving this as my manicure but I had planned on doing snowflake stamps so I kept with that idea. WW is such a unique and fun polish. I don't think it would be too good on its own since it is sheer but layered over white it turns into wintery snowy goodness!!!
The snowflake stamps were from the bundle monster plates and I used OPI's "OPI Ink" and "Russian Navy" for the stamping polish. I found it very funny that both OPIs did not look like the bottle color when they stamped, but the color combo is gorgeous. I was even able to take a picture of my nails with the snowflakes on my scarf!
My sister loves this manicure so much that she wants me to paint it on her nails too. Tomorrow, my wonderful snow day, will be full of pajamas, movie watching, knitting and nail painting! If you live in the Midwest stay inside with some tea and layers of blankets!
Until next time,