Whenever you're sad, just remember that it's the Dementors' fault and it's perfectly okay to eat lots of chocolate

Hello Lovelies!

I think these nails go to prove that I will turn absolutely anything into a nail design, I picked up some scrumptious truffles shaped like marbles a while ago and they were begging me to do some nails inspired by them.
I started off with a base of the perfect shade of melty chocolate, e.l.f Smoky Brown. Then I used a dry sponge with hardly any polish on it to speckle each color onto my nails, I used around three shades for each nail.

I went a little overboard on a couple nails and completely covered the brown, so I went back in with the sponge and lightly dabbed some more brown over the top.

The blue thumbnail is my favorite of the bunch, but if we're talking about the truffles themselves, the pink raspberry is my pick :)

Polishes I used:

Wet n Wild Megalast Candy-Licious,
Wet n Wild Wild Shine Lavender Pearlescent,
Wet n Wild Wild Shine French White Creme,
Wet n Wild Megalast I Need A Refresh-Mint,
NYC Heat Wave,
Jordana Boy Oh Boy,
Orly Razzle,
L.A Colors Color Craze Hottie,
China Glaze Def Defying,
Color Club Age Of Aquarius,
Maybelline Color Show Cool Canary,
Sinful Colors Innocent (strange name for a puce green),
and Wet n Wild Wild Shine Clear Nail Protector.

Thanks for visiting!


  1. I like the green one and the blue ones best. What a cute idea. Chocolates for your nails. Just don't bite.

  2. These look too cool!! You've inspired me to someday try this out. :)

    1. Thanks! I'd love to see them when you do!

  3. Very inspiring! Thank you for sharing at Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party!

  4. My daughter, the artist, happen to be standing near me when I read this post. She saw them and was oohing and aahing over your nails! They are so beautiful!

    Thanks for sharing at Inspire Me Mondays!

  5. What a fun nail polish design. I try to polish my youngest dd's nails for each holiday and this looks like something simple to try. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday. Pinned.

    1. You could try it out in all green for St. Patricks day, that would be cute!


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