A Crazy Week of Manicures

What an exhausting week! After weeks of preparation, my office in Flatiron is finally moving to our new building. It’s been over two years working in Flatiron – I have to say, I’m really going to miss this neighborhood! It was seriously an exhausting week of packing and also prepping other employees for the move. Today was the official move date so we all had the day off but are forced to work a couple of hours this Sunday! Even though technically tomorrow is my Sunday, I feel fulfilled because I had made a successful trip to the mall today. I was finally able to find the perfect shoes for a friend’s wedding this summer. I was seriously having the hardest time finding the right shoes within the right price range. It is definitely hit or miss a lot of times when you’re shopping for a specific outfit but I’m glad to say that my bridesmaid’s outfit for this wedding is finally complete!

This week, because of some work-related events, I had to go through a couple of manicures. I figured the stripe designs that I had last weekend wouldn’t come off too professional. I usually don’t have enough time for manicures during the week because of my yoga classes. This week I had to skip a class just so that I can repaint them. Of course, to keep it professional, I left them plain and simple. Some can argue that the pink was a little bright for a “professional” occasion. The polish that I used was Essie’s A Crewed Interest. I believe it was a part of their last year’s Spring collection.

Plain Manicure

Besides plain manicures, I’ve also tried different variations of French manicures whenever I need to keep my nails looking professional. Below must be one of my favorites that I’ve done in the past! Really love the blue metallic lining and I really surprised myself with how straight I was able to paint them :). I LOVE French manicures but sometimes find them boring so I love to play with different designs and colors.

French Manicure with Blue Metallic Lining

Of course, as soon as I had time again, I would switch back to funkier nail designs. For the weekend, I switched back to a silver glittery polish with some floral designs. I love how this came out and I’m considering doing these (minus the floral) for my friends’ two weddings this summer.

Silver Glitter French Manicure with Floral Designs

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