Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Client Nails~Halloween Edition!

Hey y'all!  I'm officially working full time now and everything is going really well.  I seriously LOVE my job and the spa I work at.  It's so nice and my co-workers and bosses are really great.  I could not ask for a better place to work.  This is the first job I've ever had where I didn't mind going everyday lol.  I really only work 5 or 6 days a week, so it's not really every day but you know what I'm sayin' ;).  It's just a nice place to be.  If you want to check out where I do my nail thing, they have some pics of the mani/pedi room on the spa website HERE.  Just scroll to the bottom of the page for the manicure room pics.  

I thought I'd share some Halloween nail art I've done on clients lately.

Full Set with acrylic bows and hand painted candy corn nail art using acrylic paint and gradient accent. 

These is actually my daughter's nails :)  Loved the tiny bows on this one.  I'm getting better at making the bows! 

Jack Skellington nail art using Gelish Gel Polish and acrylic paint.

Full set with Halloween polish and rhinestones. 

Here's a full nail wheel I did to give clients an idea of Halloween designs they may want. I've actually done several but I forgot to take pics :/ 

Thanks for stopping by!  Have a good day!  XOXO 


  1. Your spa looks amazing! Congratulations on picking up such a nice job so quickly after getting your license!

    In school right now, we work on clients, but none are very adventurous when it comes to nail art. I'm glad you get to do that though!

    How long did your set of acrylics and candy corn nail art take? And if you don't mind my asking, did you create the candy corn bow by making a white bow and painting it, or by using acrylic in orange, yellow and white?

    1. Thank you! I didn't get very many adventurous clients in school either. We did work on each other a lot though lol Mostly just had older women that wanted the same thing every week lol. How long do you have left?

      The bow was made with white acrylic and I just painted it with acrylic paint. Altogether it took about an hour and a half. Without nail art just polishing I can do a full set in a about an hour give or take. My first set I ever did took over 2 hours and that was without polish haha. Vast improvements in time since I first started lol.

  2. I am so glad you're enjoying the job! That first design with the candy-corn bows is SO CUTE.

  3. Holy moly what a small world! I'm from Dallas, and go on weekenders with the parents to Bossier/Shreveport all the time - so that when Dad spends too long on the boats, Mom can have me to play with down on the Boardwalk!!! What a trip to know that we could go get a mani and know that AMBER DID IT?!?!!? Woah. :D

    1. That's so cool. Next time you're in town you should stop by. :)


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