I love to hear from you all and yesterday’s post seemed to get some attention!
I think we can all agree that no matter what our age, we want to dress attractive.
Just because some of us our maturing (ahem) doesn’t mean we want to dress old and frumpy.
Women can look fabulous at any age! So let’s have fun with it!
One of my sweet readers reminded me that a few weeks ago I wrote a post about Gel nails vs. Acrylic nails.
At the time, I was trying to decide if I wanted to try the Gel nails for the first time.
I did get Gel nails (technically I got Shellac nails) and I loved them!
They lasted a little over two weeks and they looked pretty good the entire time. Yes, I should have taken a picture but I forgot!
I wasn’t sure what I was going to do, keep them, or have them removed.
I love having pretty nails but I don’t like paying for them. Make sense?
This past Saturday one of them started peeling off. I couldn’t help but start peeling on the rest of them.
I know, that’s probably not what I should have done but they came off really easy.
When I had them put on the nail technician used a regular file to rough my nails up (very little damage).
Peeling them off did a little damage but nothing compared to when I take my acrylic nails off.
Here are my nails today~
As you can see, I think the gel nails look nicer but I’m not sure I want to pay $35 every two weeks.
I would like to get regular manicures to keep my nails looking nice, which is much cheaper.
This time of year I also like to get regular pedicures since I’ll be wearing lots of sandals.
So what are your thoughts? What do you do or use to make your nails look good?
Beauty For the Heart~~Do you ever have one of those day?
You know the kind, when you feel~~blah.
There’s nothing drastic going on but just some little things.
Maybe someone has said something that hurt your feelings, or maybe the kids are fighting, the house is a disaster, everything you put on is tight, ugh!
When you’re having one of those days, and we ALL do, remember Nehemiah 8:10b,
“the joy of the LORD is your strength.”