by 2 April 04, 2016One of my favorite beauty routines is going to the nail salon for a manicure. I'm a shellac girl, which means I'm down at my neighborhood nail salon every two(ish) weeks to get a shellac change. The beauty (and also the curse) of wearing shellac or gel on your nails is that the polish doesn't wear off; instead it grows out, leaving a crescent-shaped gap at the base of your nail. This physical symbol of my laziness is what has always prompted me into my next manicure-- until now. Today's simple trick is a clever way to both extend your manicure for another week AND pull off the easiest reverse French manicure of all time. All you need is some fingernail polish and a small eyeliner brush. And a two-week-old manicure. Optional prep: Use a small file to gently push back your cuticles. Next, grab your eyeliner brush and the polish of your choice. I decided to use a glittery gold shade for my right hand (tbh I figured a lighter shade would be easier to use with my non-dominant hand). Dip your brush into the polish and carefully paint the exposed part of each nail. Don't worry if it's not perfect-- you can always clean up your mess with some polish remover on a cotton swab. Regular strength remover won't damage your gel, either, so you can always clean up any excess polish that might get on the gel. I was genuinely surprised by how easy this was and how good it came out. So of course I decided to try something a little bolder for my left hand: navy blue. The navy definitely required more Q-tip/polish remover clean-up, but the end result is worth it. I love the bold contrast of the nude with the blue. This entire process took me around ten minutes, was completely free, and will save me a trip to the nail salon this week. I am so proud to pass along this simple trick to all you luvvies out there who appreciate the feeling of always sporting fresh-to-death nails.
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Darcy Apparel is a clothing and accessory boutique located in the beautiful and historic downtown Fayetteville, AR. Started in 2017 by Darcy Munoz, Darcy Apparel is a curation of unique and classic styles by emerging designers from around the U.S. and the world. Women of all ages and backgrounds can find something to love in the shop.
Now offering an in house, namesake clothing line: Darcy Collection. Designed and developed locally in Fayetteville, AR. First collection released in Fall 2019 consisted of three beautiful corduroy pieces made of natural fibers and ethically made garments manufactured in Dai yin China. Darcy's second collection is set to launch in Spring 2020 focusing on linen as the medium and clean, structured lines.
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