December 20, 2011


I've been away. Life's been tough for the past 2 weeks, I had many exams but luckily, this week is the last so I can finally come back to keeping this blog alive. I'm leaving for Berlin on January 1st and I cannot wait to get back because I think I'm going to do a little giveaway of things I buy there. Today I'm wearing a gorgeous color, and it's hard to determine the exact name since it's red but with a strong touch of brown. It's definitely not a clear red. The wing ring is one of my favorites, I've been wearing it a lot. I think I'm going to do a post about my ring collection as I already mentioned. How's your life been? Are you looking forward to Christmas?

December 4, 2011


I love the UK's flag. I have already made myself a t-shirt with it and now it's on my nails. :)

December 3, 2011


What's that? Yes, indeed, I bought my very first glitter nail polish. I never thought I would have done it since I don't like crazy, bling bling things on myself, I don't really believe they look good on a minimalistic person who practically only wears and lives in the most monotonous colors you can think of - white, grey, black and beige. On others, I love them.

But every now and then, I surprise myself with a pop or if you want - a breath of color. When I wear a red cardigan, people think something is wrong with me - really - I get those questions from friends. :)

So, yesterday, I bought this little, precious nail polish with gold shimmer, glitter and flecks. It's Essence 67 Make It Golden. I paired it with Essence's 62 Reach Peach, a beautiful maroon color with just a hint of brown I would say. They're both from the Color & Go line of nail polishes, and I really like those. They're small so you use them up quickly, and they're the cheapest - around 11 kunas which would be somewhere around $2.

What are your thoughts on crazy glittery nails? :) Is there some nail effect/nail polish type you would never wear?

Also, should I try and go 5 days with this on? I'm thinking I'll have a very nice time trying to take the glitter off.