Artist, Designer, Creator

Category: nail art

Here’s a simple yet quite fancy looking nail art design I created with some of the China Glaze colors I got from my Singapore nail polish haul (will post the colors next). The colors were mostly quite unique so, I didn’t have the time to think about how to use them. Last night, I just had to use the China Glaze: Glitter All The Way color (on the ring finger) because it was so unique! The best thing is, with only 2 coats, it already looks so opaque and brilliant. Loving this brand!
Girls, you can replace the rhinestones with similar colored dots of nail polish if you don’t want to have ugly holes when the stones fall off. Enjoy 🙂
Vintage purple one-stroke nail art
During my Chinese New Year shopping trip this year, I stopped by a manicure store in Pavilion which distributed O.P.I. nail polish. I never really thought much about spending so much on only one bottle of nail polish (one 15ml bottle of normal O.P.I. nail lacquer costs around RM59.90), but I just went in to have a look anyway. 
To my excitement, I spotted the O.P.I. mini collections, they were SO CUTE! The colors in each set was unique and came with quirky names too! Furthermore, tiny bottles meant less waste as most of my polish dry out before I could finish using them. I was totally sold. I picked up the ‘EURO Centrale’ set and the ‘Teal the Cows Come Home’ set, which to my further delight, the boyfie insisted to pay for. 😀
After more than 2 months, I finally took out the color, ‘You’re such a BudaPest’ from the EURO Centrale collection. The color is sort of a pastel purple as shown in the picture above. I seldom settle with  plain nails so I decided to practice the one-stroke nail art technique and created the white-yellow petals. Still trying really hard to get a hand of the technique. Turned out to look quite vintagey, hence the name.
Hope this inspires you nail art lovers out there! 🙂
Here’s the picture of it I put on Instagram
On Easter Sunday this year, I followed my family to an Easter party organized by our church friends from the Phillipines. They are so creative and pay so much attention to pretty details! The house was decorated with bunnies, candles, eggs, cakes and chocolates, simply adorable!

Here are some of my egg designs this year! Yes, no basket to put them in :
WANTED BAD OL EGGY
The Little Meregg in her shell (Front)

The Little Meregg (Back)

Resort and City Life

“I Tried to Paint My Easter Egg with Everything I got… It is Pain”
(I don’t know why my eggs are so negative. Lol)

Exercise Book Egg!
Golden Aztec Egg? Surprisingly, this was 3rd place in the egg design competition.
The Mel Egg, because this friend of mine always drew spiral patterns! And it inspired me to draw it on this egg. haha

Have A

HOLIDAY!
🙂

Here’s an original nail art idea I just randomly thought of tonight. All you need is 2 contrasting colors and a white color to do this. 
Perfect for a sweet, colorful spring to go with our colorful outfits. Would even make a beautiful blouse and skirt combination, like how I illustrated above. Wish I could sew! I’d so make the set!
Enjoy! :3