It's snow season now so we've done some snowflakes. The blue is Bijou Blue by Wet n' Wild, then I did nail art with white and silver.
I really like the look of a good French tip and we have lots of great colors to do tips, so here's a purple version. I used a sheer purple by Pure Ice for the main color and then Purple Heart by Cutex for the tips. I did nail art on my ring fingers in white and silver glitter, and added a silver dot on all other nails.
We have a few of the Sally Hansen magnetic nail polishes, which we love so much. I did Rachel's nails with the purple, and my toenails with the copper color. I usually keep my kids' nails really short, but I let my two older daughters grow out their nails a bit because we're doing polish all the time now and I need the space to be able to do nail art or make magnetic polish show up better.
Last night we played Christmas nail salon and Rachel wanted alternating nail colors with white dots that look like snow falling. The red is Jezebel by Wet n' Wild, and the green is some very old discontinued Sally Hansen thing that I think I've had for over 15 years.
This was very hard to do on my own nails. I made an ornament with tiny details. I did the same on my daughter Alice's nails and it was a little bit easier because I was able to do both of hers with my right hand instead of struggling to draw and paint with my left hand. Again, I used Jezebel by Wet n' Wild and that old Sally Hansen green one. I used China Gold by Sinful Colors for the small top part of the ornament that the hook comes out of, and then I clear coated the heck out of my nails because I do not want this chipping off any time soon! That was a lot of work.
I only ever do my nails during nap time or after the babies have gone to bed at night so they're out of the way and not interrupting me or needing me to get stuff while my nails are wet. Then I can leisurely watch some TV while my nails dry.