I haven’t been out in awhile so when I got invited to my friends 21st birthday, I wanted to look decent and flashy. I wanted to wear my hello kitty lipstick from my post here and have heels to match.
I went to my local Harbour town – for those not from Australia, it is a shopping place filled with discount outlets – and I walked around for a few hours in search for some Hot Pink heels.
I went into Shoe Show and found these amazing heels:
For some reason these heels are not featured on the website, but they do also come in black. They cost me AU$85 but I felt this was worth it because of how pretty they looked. All Hot Pink and sparkly!! They are made by a brand called inNiu but what’s bad right now is that their website is under construction so we can’t view what else they offer.
These heels did hurt my feet but I haven’t worn heels like this, in god knows how long. The pain was tolerable when I was dancing because fun always erases the pain.
I think it’s good to splurge on yourself from time to time. I hope to wear these again on a girly night out with my home girls. I am actually thinking about getting the black pair also because they look amazing! Plus black goes with everything
I wore these heels with a dark blue dress but won’t get the full body pics until later on. Once I get those pics, I will do a separate post and share my entire outfit with you, including make-up
I find that when ever I use cotton pads and nail polish remover, that the remover will dry up fast on the cotton pad. I will also generally rub the cotton pad hard on my nails to try and get the coats off but this damages my nails and rips them to shreds therefore ruining the condition of my nails. I will actually see my nails shredding at hanging off the main part of the nail which is totally not good at all!
What I have discovered – by randomly stumbling upon it- was to use make up remover towelettes with the nail polish remover.
I found that this was a faster and healthier way to remove nail polish from my finger tips. Not only does the towelette hold the nail polish remover liquid but when I rubbed hard, the nail polish came right off in about 5 strokes. I noticed that this did not damage my nails at all.
I haven’t actually researched to see if other people have done this. The only reason why I discovered it was because I was literally too lazy to walk to the bathroom and get a cotton pad, so I used the towelette because I had it in my room.
I am in no way a professional to say that this is a healthier option for nails. I just found it worked much better and faster whilst you use less nail polish remover because the make up towelette holds the liquid for longer. I found it didn’t damage my nails at all and will continue to use this method to remove nail polish.
Try it out and let me know what you think. I thought it was a handy tip and wanted to share it with everyone as I’m sure for some people out there, you wouldn’t have thought to try it.