Here’s a video tutorial for the look I did yesterday! As always, I hope you find something useful out of it, even if it is my poorly pronounced French. (Which is really sad, and would kill my French teacher, since I took French for five years–much to my dismay, I am not very good at learning new languages!)
Here’s a video tutorial of this blue look I did yesterday! :) I hope you enjoy it!
I keep forgetting to mention in a video as a fun fact, so I’m at least going to write it here since I am remembering…
FUN FACT: I don’t plan the look! I usually have an idea of what I want (e.g. I want to do a blue look, or use X product, or do green and blue or brown and gold), but I don’t have anything picked out yet. What you see in the video is me doing the look for the first time – I don’t even do one eye before the other. I do them both simultaneously (but we edit out when I do the other eye, since I’m out of the frame anyway). This is why you’ll often see me give suggestions or modifications, based on how it turns out
YES, yes! I finally filmed it! I had several readers request a tutorial on how I paint my nails, and I’ve been promising to do one for awhile. I’ve followed through, and now you can see the way I do it. It’s just one method of applying polish to your nails, and it’s the one that I’ve found works for me. I don’t know what the “right” way to do it is, and if you have a method that works for you, nothing wrong with that either
Zoya’s Color Lock System ($48) includes Zoya Remove+, Anchor, Get Even, Armor, HurryUp, Renew (two more than I said in the video)