I only ever do my toenails because if I do my fingernails it chips too quickly during the day when I am doing housework and gardening. I love the colour in the picture! I have a few different colours but I prefer blues and purples.
Jennifer -yes that colour is great -there was, for a change, so many different ones to choose from for this question -took me about 10 minutes to decide which colour I liked best and made me wish I had nice nails.
Oh you are a hoot!!! I love this reply to Finy's question SO much Matt!!! Now,BE BRAVE and choose a really riotous colour,then upload a photo to prove to all of us that you actually have done this!!! Thanks for the smiles!!!
Aaaah,how sad! I used to ALWAYS wear gorgeous polish on my nails,but with my nails crumbling as yet another horrid symptom of my illness,I do not afford myself this luxury any more!! But I have other personal luxuries to enjoy, such as always indulging in my favourite high-end perfume!! I do miss the fun side to wearing really special nail polish though!!
I love doing my fingernails but it does chip so easily, so most of the time I don't bother. I am quite drawn to nail polish in stores, and have had to stop myself from buying more as I always choose blue or purple shades and I already have heaps of those!
I like to have manicures and pedicures so that I don't have to do the nails myself. I like painted nails. I like bright colours. I almost always have a pedicure done. But if I can't afford a manicure, I paint my nails myself.
Yes, used to religously but now that I'm living in a cooler climate I havent yet bothered. Maybe when the weather warms up a bit. The nails are probably enjoying the break. But I always wore red on my toe nails and a light pink or skin tone on my fingers. Made them feel very long clean and well cared for.
I don't like dark colours on fingernails or toenails. I guess I wouldn't mind clear or pale colours but I think you need to see your nails and more importantly underneath the nails to know that they are clean. I think a lot of the time with the french manicures, that the white gives a "false" impression of cleanliness.
Nothing beats soap and water and maybe a clear lacquer over the top.