December 5, 2011

First Post

First, let me start off with, I am not very good a blogging. No matter how hard I have ever tried, I was never able to keep up with it. So my good friend, Jamie, you can find her blog HERE, told me I should start a nail blog, since I am a recent addict of nail polish. I guess there are different and worse things to be addicted to right? Allow me to give you a little background on myself; I am a wife and a mother of two, I work full time, I sell Scentsy Wick-less candles on the side to make a little extra money, and I take online college courses. I recently graduated and received my Associate of Arts in Health Care Administration/Health Care Records. I will be starting back up in March 2012 to go for my Bachelors of Science in Health Care Administration/Health Care Management.

Anyway, enough about all of that and on to NAILS! I have been a nail biter since I was a wee one and recently as of the beginning of September 2011 stopped biting my nails. Now they are nice and long; well long in my eyes anyway. I am sure there is some work that could be done to them. If you see anything when I post pictures or post in general that needs work, please feel free to critique me and give me some input. It is getting late here, and will hopefully do my first nail post! Please share my blog with your friends, and please feel free to give me any input you may have! Thanks for reading!!

3 comments:

  1. Just keep them polished. Everything else is relative to what your preferences are. There's a lot of choices for base and top coats. But like I said, the most important thing is to keep them polished so they stay nice and strong and don't chip on you. Even if it's just a clear coat. Hope that helps. Currently I use Nailtiques Formula 2 Plus as my base/strengthening coat. But I flip back and forth. Just find something you like and apply it at least every other day.

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  2. Thank you for the input! I really apprecite it :-)

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  3. Well done for stopping the biting, I am a nibbler and need to stop, but cant, any tips? Congrats on your first post too, look forward to reading more.

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