The sun is out (where I live at least) and the heat is coming. I love, love, love spring/summer dresses and beautiful sandals, but over the last few months I have gotten bigger and my toes just aren't cute to me at the moment. I definitely need to start working out again so I can show off the belly button piercing I got last January, but has barely seen the world. I have no clue what to do about my toes though. Over the years I always wore acrylic over my big toe because it just doesn't grow...it's this ugly stub of a toenail. Since I stopped wearing acrylic on my hands I figured I should do the same with my toe, but now I'm questioning myself. I've tried Duri, but it didn't do a thing. Should I just go back to acrylic on my toe? What are you gals doing to prepare for the warmer months ahead?
Here is a pic of my oldest son a few years ago enjoying the summer sun.
Anyone have any suggestions on what to wear with these shoes I got from Shoedazzle???? and what polish to wear????
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