Friday, April 20, 2012

Day 20 Challenge: Frumpy to Fabulous!

Day 20 Challenge:

Part A: You cannot be completely fabulous without your nails and toes being in good shape too.
Though today’s challenge is quite short, it may not be so easy for some of you because when it comes to your nails and toes you simply feel like you don’t have time.

No more of that, my friend!

So go ahead, take a look at those crusty toes….is it time for a professional pedicure? Or can you manage an at home pedi? Whatever you decide, go find a pretty spring color or simple nude sparkly shade to help your toes look spring/summer ready (I’ve got a very bright coral/orange on my toes and a pearl color on my fingers).

Your hands say a lot about you so consider keeping them in wonderful shape by using hand crème and giving yourself a manicure. (Or scheduling a professional manicure).

Part B: If you need to add a nail color(s) to your S.H.O.P. list then do so. If you choose a bright color, make sure it coordinates with your DCC and will look great with the new accessories you are adding to your wardrobe.

Come on girls, you can do it! If you can’t give yourself or get a mani/pedi today, schedule it before the end of our 30 days.

We’ve got 10 days to go!!!!

Love ya! Shari 

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~Brenda said...

I do my own mani/pedi it looks good
and makes me feel good about myself; love Sally Hansen Diamond Strength color Antique Bronze. :)

Anonymous said...

I get hangnails and my nails break. Any ideas ? Can we match nail color to our swatches ?

~ Daisha said...

I am planning to do this at the end of our challenge. I just got my eyebrows waxed today. I hadn't had them done in a while because the last girl who did it had me looking like the Joker from Batman! The lady I went to today did a good job. I just hope she stays at the same location.

Laura said...

Last year I kept my toe nails painted hot pink all summer long. Great with the clothes I was wearing with my Clear coloring! But my finger nails is a problem. I would paint them, but they chip so easily. After all, I need to wash dishes, cook meals, do laundry, play with my little boys, etc. In less than a week they are looking scruffy enough that I just want to take all the polish off. I did find a nail buffer that just shines them up without polish. Is that good enough?