I love having beautiful nails and I’ve spent a lot of time and money on acrylic nails. I usually stick with the french tips because I think they look neat and they go with everything. The problem is I end up spending around $60 a month because I have to have a fill in every two weeks to keep them looking good.
I also don’t like sitting for an hour while they’re doing my nails. I can’t read, talk on the phone, answer emails, nothing. All I can do is sit there and think about all the things I could or should be doing.
Well, I still want my nails to look nice so I’ve found I can get a manicure every month or so for around $15 (much cheaper than acrylic nails). It also takes a lot less time! I can have a pretty nail color or clear nail color put on my nails and if I want to change my color after a few weeks, I have some pretty ones at home that I use.
Recently I found this new color by Sally Hansen called Commander in Chic. (I love the name, don’t you?)
The color is neutral and goes with anything you wear. If you wear black it has a gray tint, but if you wear brown, it looks brown. It’s a perfect color for the Fall/Winter season.
This is the quote on Sally Hansen’s website about this nail polish:
“Sally knows you’re busy. So skip the salon, but get the results. With patented Vita-Care Technology for advanced wear, more shine and nourishing care. Dare to compare to your favorite salon brand.”
This polish goes on easy and lasts for days and I’m hard on my nails.
If you’re looking for a stocking stuffer or pretty color to wear to all your holiday gatherings this is the color!
Beauty For The Heart~~ Some days I hear about so much tragedy that I can easily get a little depressed. On those days it’s important to make sure we’ve bathed ourselves in scripture. This verse reminds us to fix our eyes and our thoughts on good things. So, if you’re having one of those days this is a wonderful scripture to read. Sometimes I even write the scripture out and put it on my refrigerator or bathroom mirror.
“And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise.” Philippians 4:8 NLT