For many years when I was single, it seemed like the whole world was 'coupled.' I was the only one not with someone. And just when I came to terms with it, I met my husband. But I still spent many a Valentine's Day with no flowers and syrupy cards and it was heartbreaking.
Thankfully, I'm not as heartbroken with a manicure gone bad. However, it is still disappointing to find that it doesn't turn out the way I had envisioned.
Good idea, fail on execution...
Next, I started with a light pink frost. This one is from OPI and it's from a mini set that had something to do with a Wedding French manicure. I've had this a long time so I don't remember the formal collection it came from...
Here's were it really fell of the road. I attempted a couple of the stencils but, this is what I ended up with...
here about it.) and for the pink I used Forever 21's Love & Beauty ain't got no name frost pink.
I tried the third time on my ring finger and didn't leave the polish on as long. Still, not the look I wanted or expected to see from using the stencils.
So, how does one mend a broken heart? Best advise, Zoya's Remove+.
As a side note, check out a more current version of 'How Do You Mend A Broken Heart.' This is what happened to my heart throb! Well, that first video is 40 YEARS OLD!!! OMG!!!
Who else felt really old knowing that!