A Hex update

Things have been crazy busy since we opened up our Hex nail jewelry (my sister & I's) Etsy shop. Which is why I've been so tardy and absent on here. Trying to juggle blogging, the shop, school, and sleep (sleep is def a priority of mine) has been a challenge but most certainly an amazing one. Especially having had the opportunity to team up with some of our favorite nail artists. I've been admiring them for some time now and to be able to collaborate with them has been unbelievable to say the least. I've been on cloud nine ever since, and I ain't coming down.

One of the nail artists that was kind enough to represent our new line is Sarah from Chalkboard nails. She couldn't have done a more amazing job! She showed off our charms with three magnificent styles. We love love love the gold leaf paired with our gold plated dolla sign. Go to her website to see what polishes she used and for more information on how to apply our charms. Also don't forget to enter the giveaway at the bottom of her post to win some free goodies for yourself!

The girls from Polishyoupretty did an amazing job with their "Buzz off" look. We love that they toped it off with our bee charm. Follow their blog to get the best reviews and tutorials on products. These girls know their stuff!

 & Lastly but definitely not least. The fabulous Jessica Washick of "U don't need a man, U need a manicure" did wonders with our unicorn, Fuck you, and Bitch charm. She always tops herself off, seriously don't know how she does it. 

We are so grateful to have had the chance to work with such prime ladies. Couldn't have asked for better! Thanks again!

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Friday fingers // distressed denim

Navy is one of my favorite colors, its simple and never lets you down, even when your feeling blue. For this weeks friday fingers I thought I'd go casual and do acid denim nails. Let me just say this is way easier than bleaching a vest, or for that matter bleaching anything. Nothing beats going the easy way out.


#1. Navy nail polish 
#2. White nail polish
#3. Top coat
#4. Q-tips
#5. Acetone - not shown
#6. 20 minutes of your time
#7. & this of course

Step one: Once you've applied your base coat coat, apply the navy polish.

Step two: After waiting for your navy polish to dry, apply the white nail polish on the nails you'd like to have the acid wash look. I personally like the look of two denim nailsrather than all of them.

Step three:  Once the white coat is completely dry, dip aq-tip into acetone and softly rub areas of the white polish. If you end uprubing to hard you’ll go through both layers of polish. ** I used about threeq-tips for two nails because the white polish gathered and made it moredifficult to get a clean look.

Step four: Apply top coat and done! I decided to pizzaz it a little and added some charms from our Hex Etsy account!

Happy casual friday! 
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