Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Polish Days - Seven deadly sins

Hello sinners!

Great day today! I'm participating for the first time at a Polish Days event. I think it's such a wonderful project and it's so much fun because you never now what the next months' theme will be. So I can't wait to see what's next! ^^ But until then, the topic of this month is 7 Deadly Sins.

Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Envy, Pride. Unless you're a saint there's a chance you're guilty of at least one.  I'm leaving this one up to your imagination though, so however you chose to interpret the theme, it's up to you! Afterall, who am I to judge your sins ;)

I'm so glad I did this manicure last week 'cause now I have the flu so I'm not really in the mood to paint my nails. Anyways, with this manicure I think I wanted to represent lust or even greed because of the golden touch.  So first I've painted my nails with a dark red shade then applied the golden polish with the saran wrap technique. Hope you enjoy it! 


  1. such a lovely mani to get started with polishdays! welcome xx

  2. Foarte frumoasa manichiura si felicitari pentru ca te-ai bagat in proiect


  3. Hey there!! I wanted to let you know that I nominated you for the Liebster Award. I love your blog and wanted to let others know about you. You can nominate others if you would like! Thank you very much!
    -- Karen


    1. Hello! Thank you so much! I appreciate the honor and I'm glad you feel this way about my blog ^^

  4. wow this looks stunning, contrast of colours is beautiful. I love the saran wrap technique, simple but always works.

  5. Foarte frumoasa combinatia si tema aleasa. Super. Pupici.

  6. Deci e super combinatia! De cand ma tot chinui sa imi fac si eu unghiile asa...da niciodata nu reusesc:)) Te pup:*


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