Blog News: My Tuxedo Nails Featured on beautylish’s Homepage!

This is a very short second blog post for today to share some exciting news with you! 🙂

Beautylish featured my Tuxedo Nails right on their homepage! (See below for the screenshot.)

Click on the above link to go to my step-by-step tutorial with written instructions and photos that’ll help you recreate them. (To see my photo on beautylish, click here.)

beautylish Tuxedo Nails Swatch And Learn

Beautylish Twitter Swatch And Learn

It’s a huge honour, and I’m always so grateful that beautylish has been so supportive of my creative efforts since when I first joined their community on August 23, 2011.

If you haven’t signed up yet, I strongly recommend that you do. You’ll literally be inspired in a matter of seconds. There are so many great people there who are talented.

I also want to thank you all (old and new followers of my blog) for your support as well. 🙂 I’m having a blast getting to know you all better and sharing opinions on products that we’re passionate about.

Okay, and after seeing on their site that blue hair is the spring trend, I have to ask you now…Have you ever sported blue hair? Would you?

Back when I was in university, I thought about dying my hair blue, but I was too much of a chicken to follow through with it. *Bawk bawk bawk* 😉


18 thoughts on “Blog News: My Tuxedo Nails Featured on beautylish’s Homepage!

  1. Naomi

    oh congrats! I’ll be sure to check out beautylish. I tried the tuxedo nails just using a different colour for the base and the sally hansen nail art pen in black which made it super easy to do. Will be sure to link you in my post when i get it up on my blog. Never tried blue hair either but here in Trinidad at carnival time its the perfect time to try the blue hair.
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    1. Mary Post author

      Hey Naomi!

      Thank you so much! 🙂 And, yes, do check out beautylish – you’ll seriously get lost in all the cool photos and tutorials you’ll find on there.

      Aww…glad that you tried the Tuxedo nail art! 🙂 Good idea to use a nail-art pen – you have more control.

  2. Aliya

    i’ve done blue, purple, and red hair, though not all at the same time. most people say my color changes didn’t count because i had the color done over my dark hair (without any stripping).

    1. Mary Post author

      Hey Aliya!

      Wow, you’re brave! 😀 I’ve only tried red hair, but whenever I see someone with blue or purple hair, I always admire it.

  3. karen

    How cool!! Congratulations!
    Never done much coloring of my own hair, but I did let my kids do blue, purple, and green as well as shaving half of their heads and trying out mohawks. What can I say? I was one of those weird Moms who really wasn’t hung up on hair. After all, it can always be changed, right?

    Personally, I’m going gray…my short brown hair is quickly turning to salt and pepper. Who knows? One of these days, I might get brave and become a real blue-haired old lady. 😀

    1. Mary Post author

      Hey karen!

      Thanks! 😀

      You’re a cool mom! 🙂 I think it’s great that you let your kids experiment with their hair. It’s not hurting anyone, and it really lets them express themselves in creative ways. After all, it’s just hair, and yes, you can always change it. 🙂

      Hahaha – “blue-haired old lady”! I’ve only seen them in music videos. I totally want to see someone like that in person and give them a high-five!

    1. Mary Post author

      Hey Madeline!

      Thank you so much for your encouragement! 🙂

      Haha, it depends on what job you’re planning to get, though. If you work in a tattoo parlor, I think blue hair would be better. 😉

    1. Mary Post author

      Hey Candace!

      Thank you for saying that! 🙂 I really need to think up some more nail-art designs. It feels like it’s been a while…

  4. Kimm

    Congrats on being featured.

    I’ve had an awesome mom, who let me colour my hair weird colours since I was a teen.. So I’ve had red, green, blue, purple and pink hair (at different times of course)..Though these days I don’t go over crazy, because of where I work. But a few highlights of pinks and purples doesn’t hurt.
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    1. Mary Post author

      Hey Kimm!

      Thank you! 🙂

      Wow, all the colours you’ve tried sound like so much fun! You went through nearly the entire rainbow…hehe!

  5. mara

    Congratulations! I couldn’t tried the tuxedo nails, but I definitely will!!
    I had half of my hair bright pink when I was teenager, and it ruined my hair a lot. I’m brunette and you have to turn it almost white! Later I had only the ends red… but now I have my natural color for a very long time.
    I’m looking forward to see you’re valentine mani!!
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    1. Mary Post author

      Hey mara!

      Thanks so much! I’m glad that you’re going to try out the tuxedo nails – they’re so much fun to wear.

      Wow, half of your hair bright pink? That’s bold! 🙂 Sorry that it damaged your hair, though. Bleaching is so harsh!

    1. Mary Post author

      Hey Michelle!

      Thanks! 😀 Glad you enjoyed the tutorial. I really need to work on a new one. It feels like it’s been so long. :S

  6. Karen

    Congrats! I love that tutorial too, you deserve to be on the front! 🙂

    I’ve tried all shades of blonde, and black hair once (in grade 8). But i’m all natural now, and hope to stay that way until i turn grey…. Oh look that rhymes!
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    1. Mary Post author

      Hey Karen!

      Thank you so much for saying that and for supporting me! 🙂

      Wow, it’s cool how you went from the light side to the dark side. A lot of people I know just stick to one spectrum, so it’s neat how you were confident enough to try it all!


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