You want some lime with that?

After the longest of time: Nail art post!

I’ve done some simple art during spring (you can find the best of it from my Instagram-account @eryalust), but nothing too fancy. Trying to get back on the saddle, so to speak.

My nails got long. Looong I tell you! Too long actually, more of that later.


I felt like I need to do something with turquoise or bright blue and Make some noise was at hand. Lovely summer shade! It wanted to be pairef with lemons, but I was not sure how my yellow stamping polish would handle bright blue base, and didn’t have the time to test it out, so lime does the trick.

I’ve been watching Simply Nailogical videos recently, so what was missing was some holo! #holosexual

I was ought to stamp my ring finger only with the MdU green, but I f**ked it up and had to accessorize with black. Works for me. For now.

Essie First base x2

Essie Make some noise x2

MoYou London Tropical 09 XL

Mundo de Unas Green

Mundo de Unas Black

Fun Laquer 24K diamond (H)

Essie Gel setter

Today I removed what was left of this manicure, and filed down my nails. Even in these photos, I’ve already broken my left index and pinky, and middle nail from my right hand. After that I broke my right ring and pinky, that’s when I decided that is time to go shorter.

You’ll see them on the next nail post. Stay lustful!

All links and info are attached just to help you find some great stuff, I have bought all the products with my own money and my opinion is honest. C’mon, I have no sponsors yet!


Few manicures.


We took a weeks vacation in the beginning of December, down to Munich, Germany. πŸ™‚ It was just me and Mr. Lust.

Lovely city, a lot to buy and ohhh the cosmetics.. I’m in love! Would you like to see pictures of my findings? I uploaded two “collection” pictures in Instagram, but I was wondering if I should make a more detailed post πŸ™‚

Anyway, I wanted to do something simple and lasting for the vacation, so glitter polish it is! I went with Essie On a Silver Platter. Painted on my ring finger and sponged it to the others πŸ™‚


Pictures are just quick snapshots with my phone, sorry about that.


These also were my Finland Independence Day nails πŸ˜‰


And naturally, I wrecked my manicure in the middle of the week, and had no polishes or anything with me. I walked in about the first nail salon I could find, and they actually fixed my nails with a reasonable price, just 18€!

The manicurist had a little trouble removing what was left of Essie in my nails, and she actually used the drill to get it off πŸ˜€ First it got me a bit nervous, but she knew what she was doing and my nails took no damage from it. Then she fixed my cuticles, filed my nails and polished them. I decided to go with a classic french, so that if that tooks a hit, it doesn’t show up too well. When she was done, she oiled my cuticles, put lotion on my hands and massaged them, and we were done! Well worth the money I think, and I was happy with the result πŸ™‚


All the bumps and markings are from the worn off polish, this is why I keep them polished all the time.

We had a lovely week in Munich, it’s definitely a city to visit around Christmas time! Team Lust recommends πŸ˜€