Monday, November 26, 2012

Monday Blues: Ombre Nails

Hello my lovelies! Another Monday, another exam for me. As I'm writing this post it's Sunday night and I'm really really tired and can't wait to go to bed (although it's only 8 pm). So I won't be blabbering too much and will cut right to the chase. For today's Monday Blues post, I decided to show you not one, but 5 blue polishes. Are you excited? 

I think most of you know already what an ombre manicure is. But in case you are not familiar with it, it's when you paint each nail with a different polish from the same color family, going from lightest to darkest. Since I'm a lover of blue, it's obvious that I have a lot of them and was able to chose the right colors to do a good gradient. I'm very happy with my result. 

So from thumb to pinkie we have: Flormar 423, Barry M Blueberry Ice Cream, OPI No Room For The Blues, GOSH Gypsy Blue and Rimmel Blue Eyed Girl. Clicking on each of the names will take you to the corresponding individual post. 

I hope you liked my blue ombre. For more blue awesomeness please visit these ladies right here: 

Gosia from Life in Color
Marisa from Polish Obsession
Joanna from The Treasure Chest

Have a great week!


  1. Fantastic ombre! At first I thought you must have mixed white into a single polish to create such a cohesive ombre, so I'm shocked that you have such perfectly matching blues!

  2. What an awesome Mihaela!! I can't believe you got it so perfectly with all different polishes.

  3. So pretty! You did a beautiful job!

  4. Thank you! Well I do have a LOT of blues. I'm planning a post where I show all my blues and it's gonna be epic!

  5. Thank you Marisa! I compared them a lot before deciding on these 5.

  6. I think my fav one is on your thumb!!
    I bet you'll be so happy when you're done with ALL your exams!!!!

  7. It's funny cause I have all these fancy brands on the other fingers and people still like the cheap Flormar better. You are not the first one to like that one the most!
    I'm done with my exams for now but I guess I'm never going to be done forever. Being a doctor means you have all sorts of exams for the rest of your life. Maybe when I'm 40 or something I'll be done.


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