Poll posted by BR Natalie
There was a time in my life when my nails were always painted. It was around my mid-uni years, when I was in my early 20s and looking back; evidently had a lot of free time in the evenings.
Now I'm not talking about flash nail art (that was only during the times I'd stump up the cash for a professional to do them) but I'd always make sure my nails had a pristine coat of polish on them. It made me feel put together, even when I was less than!
I'm not sure what changed, you'd think working in the industry I do, my nails would still be cared for. Alas, I look down at my typing digits to see bare naked nails. To be completely honest, they're not even neat, I mean seriously Nat, is it really that hard to pull out an emery board once a week?!
And let's not even start on my toe nails. Although to be fair, it's not sandal season yet and I've always lumped toe nail painting in the same category as leg shaving. It's a Summer thing, unless you know they're going to be on show.
I think, as much as I detest the time-poor excuse, for me, my nail painting, or lack there of, really does come down to time. At least in the sense that I'd rather spend that 10 minutes doing something else. Maybe even nothing at all. And when you spend 10 minutes putting nail polish on, you're commiting time in the future to remove it!
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