But as Kristoff put it, we’ve learned to just roll with it.
1. You see the world a bit differently from everyone else you know.
You’re not one to be part of the crowd, you’d rather explore on your own and come to your own conclusions. Everyone else wearing a fall color palate? You rock that blue dress!
2. You always have a book on you.
You know what a book is? It’s an adventure. We’re talking a physical book (there’s no substitute for feeling that paper in between your hands).
3. You make wishes on dandelions.
Wishing on stars? So 1940.
4. You would do anything for the people you love.
You might not have a dungeon at the bottom of an enchanted castle available to you, but if you did, you would gladly spend your days there if it meant saving a friend or family member. Equally as important, you also share the last cookie from the package.
5. Libraries are your happy place.
If a book is an adventure, a library is a world–worlds, even–of possibility. The way to your heart is through great literature (and grand romantic gestures don’t hurt either).
6. You know that kindness is power.
Even if you can sometimes be a tad sarcastic, you understand the importance of just being nice. Of treating others you way you’d want to be treated. Of giving everyone a chance.
7. Your heart is open and full of hope.
Anything is possible if you’re willing to let it happen
Base Coat: Butter London Horse Power ($19)
Base Color: Ciaté Can’t It Be Kinky from the Haute House Collection ($25)
Topcoat: Essie Good to Go ($9)
Nail Art: I used a variety of Flash Tattoo ($22-$30 per set) scraps to make accents on my nails.
Your nails need to be dry before you apply your Flash Tattoos, so I started with my base coat and two coats of black polish. Once your nails are dry, cut out the pieces you want to feature on your nails. Peel off the plastic layer, and press the tattoo in place. Once it’s in place, use a damp towel to transfer the tattoo to your nail.
Peel away the paper, and your tattoo will be firmly adhered to your polished nail.
Cut out a variety of patterns, and repeat the previous steps. You’ll be left a fun mélange of designs on your nails . . . and probably remnants on your skin, too.
In order to clean up the pieces on your skin, you’ll need a tool, like the cleanup brush in the Butter London Backstage Basics Nail Art Kit ($18), and some nail polish remover. Simply dab the brush into the remover, and wipe away the excess tattoos.