Patriotic Nails

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

"There Comes A Time When You Have To Stop Crossing
Oceans For People Who Wouldn't Jump Puddles For You"
Over the weekend I went to the driving range for the first time. My first couple of swings were honestly embarrassing; it's a lot harder to hit a golf ball than you would think. A lot of the time, I embarrassingly swung and missed...opps! About the last 15-20 or so golf balls, I finally got the hang of it. I just stopped overthinking it, and surprisingly it worked! I was so happy when they actually had some decent height instead of just skidding across the grass. My dad said though that I'm not good enough yet to go play at a golf course with him, but he's considering of buying a cheap set of golf clubs. (which is incredibly generous of him). He said one of the reason why I was not as successful as I hoped to be was because the clubs were too big for me. Which makes sense because I'm 5'2 and was using clubs made for someone who is  6'0. So needless to say, I'm super excited to go back to the driving range, hopefully sometime this week. Lookout, I might like playing golf more than tennis!
Anyways, this nail polish combination is perfect for the 4th of July weekend. It's so easy to recreate, but really packs a punch! I'm always a fan of a glitter accent nail, so I just had to incorporate it into this look.
Nail Polish Details
Red by Wet n Wild
Smooth Sailing by Essie
Blue Glitter by Color Club

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  2. Beautiful nails.

  3. loving the accent nail, the red and blue are such a pretty combo!
    natasha // eyebrows, inc.

  4. TOO CUTE!! Glad you're learning to love golf! Hope you have fun!!

    1. Thanks! Golf is a challenge to learn, but it has been a blast!

  5. love these! that blue glitter is perfect!

    XO Sahra
    Que Sera Sahra

    1. Thank you! I can't get enough of how gorgeous the blue glitter is!


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