I heart Amber so I'm excited to have her taking over my blog today! And she's going to show us how to make a jelly sandwich! No, not the food :) I'm always excited for new tips and tricks, so let's see what Amber has to say...
Hey y'all. My name is Amber and I blog over at Obviously Obsessed. I am so thrilled to be back at Glossy Blonde guest posting again for Niki. So let me start by saying I have a
|My nail polish display in our bedroom :)|
I already need another one.
Anyways, I love to play with different combos (glitter, neons, sheers, matte). I love them all. Lately, I've noticed myself shying away from glitters because of the intense time it took me to get them off my nails. UNTIL NOW!! I've heard about the Foil Method before, but this was my 1st time actually doing it.
What's the Foil Method you ask? Basically all you do is put nail polish remover on a cotton ball, put it on your nail, take a square of foil and wrap it around the cotton ball on your finger. Seal the top and squeeze it against your finger to make it air tight. Leave it on for about 1-2 minutes and then twist it off by grabbing where your nail is. Voila!! It should come right off. Depending on the glitter, you may want to leave it on longer and you may have to rub it a little bit to get the last few pieces off, but OMG what a difference. HELLO GLITTERS AGAIN!!
Another nail obsession I've fallen in love with recently is the Jelly Sandwich. I had my 1st sandwiching experience the other day and you can read all about it here. But now that I've had a little practice, I wanted to try again. Today I used Wet n Wild 2% Milk and Spoiled Pet My Peacock. Now, I read another blogger call 2% Milk "my nails, but better" and I couldn't agree more.
I really love how this Jelly Sandwich turned out. I'll definitely be using 2% Milk again by itself and as the bread in my sandwich.
I hope you enjoyed my post and my nail tips. Come on over to Obviously Obsessed and play sometime. I'd love to have you.
Have any of you tried any Jelly Sandwiching combos? I'd love to hear about them so I can try them out.
Thanks Amber! This looks like so much fun and I love the end result!!