Nail polish, ostensibly a way to cover your haggard cuticle beds, is actually a highly intricate ritual involving alone time, scented candles, and silk pajamas. It’s the most unnecessary of unnecessary luxuries. And yet, we live for that shit. Now, we want to know what nail polish brand you swear by. Here are some…
You know how it is: one day you’re following Amber Rose on Instagram because she is perfect and your kids are the same age and you live near each other so *fingers crossed* you’ll be ready when you bump into her at Whole Foods. Ready for what? Ready to hit the heart button in real life! Anyway, so there you are…
Mentality Nail Polish, an indie brand with a seemingly faithful following, has become the subject of a fairly damning allegation: it destroys your nails.
No one wants to hear about Coachella any more, so we’re not going to tell you what inspired this nail art, only that you’ll need two types of tape to achieve it: Scotch and striping. This variety pack of striping tape was half off at Sally’s which made the gold roll we’re going to use about $.50. Excellent. Aside…
Confession: This isn't actually me typing this. Judge Kara Brown has generously offered to take dictation because I can't type. Ok, I can type, but when I do it comes out like this:
As we talked about last time, color choice is key to nailing this look. We're going to use polish and rhinestones, in a simple way, but the trick is to choose ones that are just barely a shade different from each other. This will create an almost imperceptible depth to your design. So chic.
Welcome back to "Jane Marie Has Some Repulsive-Ass Cuticles." Today we're going to do one of the easiest-to-create nail art looks using glitter. The great thing about this technique is that you can be totally messy and, sure, maybe individually your nails will look a little wonky, but as a set they'll be perfect.
Here are a few promises about the nail art tutorials you're going to see around here:
We were hoping to start this series with a tutorial on how to do a basic mani-pedi at home, but then this shit happened. Here's how to save a broken nail.