So remember when I said life was moving quick? OK nail world. You're first to hear it. I haven't told any of my friends. I am in the works of doing my first destination wedding. The clients have my passport information so I assume it's moving forward but granted that it does.... I get to cross that off my list. I am both terrified and so, so, SO excited. But like, I said - I am the type to keep my cards close to my chest until it's official but it's in the works! If I don't say anything later, don't mention it to me because it means it didn't happen, hahaha... Ha... Ha.... Er.... ANYWAY. ANYWAY. ANYWAY... Nails.
A while ago, Rainbow Honey had another one of those FAB exclusive sets and I was lucky enough to get some of the leftover stock on their website. They were selling some really awesome galaxy inspired sets and a couple of nail art sets - this is one of them! This is the Black Hole Nails set! It comes with: five disposable nail art brushes, easy to follow instructions, and the following polishes: white, black, The God of Destiny, Space Dust and a top coat. The packaging was adorable and super photogenic, check it out:
I found the instructions very easy, and all the polishes applied wonderfully. The disposable nail art brushes were great! I just used one. But it makes me think - what makes a brush disposable and no good anymore? I just cleaned mine with nail polish remover and didn't throw it away. Any thoughts? Anyway, I could have done a better job and the black hole outline but overall, I am super happy with them and I'll definitely be doing these nails again! Check it out:
Seriously, I love it.
I had these when I was shooting a wedding and one of the bridesmaids asked, "I'm a nail technician, are you as well?". Yup, day made in the life of a lacquerista, am I right?
So what do you think of this kind of nail art? Now that the set is sold out, what polishes do you think you'd use from your collection to emulate this look? And seriously, what makes a nail art brush disposable? I'd love to know, haha!