Lustrous Lacquer's Quarterly Favorites Round-up Vol. 2
It's the end of June and that means it's time once again for a round-up of my favorite nail art looks from the last three months. Becuase I took a bit of a hiatus for the month of May this post will be less extensive as the previous version. But that's no excuse to not sit back, relax and revisit a few of my favorite post, enjoy!
April was a busy month for me when it came to marbled looks. I shared a drip marble and a watermarble. You'd think either one of those would have made it into my top 3 looks but I actually liked my Neutral nail art look the best.
This simple look had two different accent nails which is something that I don't often do, in fact, I'm not sure I've ever done it before. It was a pleasant surprise when I fell in love with it and that's why it is my favorite look from April.
May was the month where I lost my blogging mojo, the weather finally warmed up and so did my personal life. There are only a few posts to pick from but the one that truly stands out is my Parchment Manicure.
I am very proud of how this turned out and even more proud of the fact that I was able to film a tutorial video for my Youtube channel. I have to admit that this is my favorite manicure of the last three months, and let you know that I have a few more that I'm proud to share this summer.
June was a stressful month for blogging because I fell behind on the Untried A-Z Challenge. Not only did I need to catch up on that but I needed to write posts to cover while I was gone on vacation. That left little time for nail art. I ended up only sharing one nail art look this month unless you count that look I created for my Letter L post. Which wasn't a nail art post specifically, but maybe I'll still count it just to make me feel better. My one and only nail art specific post for the month of June was my 80's Funky French mani.
Now I know this isn't some of my best work, and it might be considered a fail depending on my mood but it made my list of favorites for what it represents. For me, this manicure humbles and encourages me. It humbles me because even though I've been blogging about nail art for years I still make mistakes and it encourages me to keep trying those techniques I'm not comfortable with.
I hope you enjoyed this look back at my last three months of blogging. I'd love to know which look is your favorite. Stop back next Tuesday to see my 4th of July nail art, which I'm hosting a link up for and everyone is welcome to join if they want. The inlinkz code can be found on my Facebook page or feel free to send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a dm asking for it. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Polishing!