Are Your Nails Mild, Wild, or Naked?
Find out what your nails reveal about you in Mary Foley's latest book Live Like Your Nail Color, Even If You Have Naked Nails! Replace feelings of feelings of stress, unworthiness, fear, and frustration with sanity, confidence, and fun--all while doing your nails! You'll learn:
* What your favorite nail color--or naked nails--reveals about you
* The real definition of today's Wonder Woman. It's so not what you think!
* A fun, easy way to give yourself an atta girl without feeling guilty
* Why base coat is foundational to healthy nails and a happy life. Who knew?
* How becoming more comfortable with change is just one nail color away
* Why you should always pick a polish with an inspiring name. And what to do if it's not.
* The key to laughing easily and often, even when chip happens
Between the real-life nail color stories, light-hearted explanations, and smile-worthy illustrations, you won't be able to wait to whip out your nail supplies or stop by a salon to live like your nail color. Better yet, you'll want to multiply the fun by calling up your girlfriends and throwing your own Live Like Your Nail Color Party!
Live Like Your Nail Color, Even If You Have Naked Nails Also by Mary Foley Bodacious! Woman: Outrageously In Charge of Your Life and Lovin’ It! Bodacious! Career: Outrageous Success for Working Women Live Like Your Nail Color, Even If You Have Naked Nails Discovering Sanity, Conﬁdence, and Fun at the Tips of Your Fingers or Toes! M F Live Like Your Nail Color, Even If You Have Naked Nails Discovering Sanity, Conﬁdence, and Fun at the Tips of Your Fingers or Toes Copyright © 2010 Mary Foley. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, mechanical or electronic, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the author or publisher (except by a reviewer, who may quote brief passages and/or short brief video clips in a review). 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China Glaze® is a registered trademark of American International Industries ISBN 978-1-60037-685-6 Library of Congress Control Number: 2009932819 Morgan James Publishing, LLC 1225 Franklin Ave., STE 325 Garden City, NY 11530-1693 Toll Free 800-485-4943 www.MorganJamesPublishing.com In an effort to support local communities, raise awareness and funds, Morgan James Publishing donates one percent of all book sales for the life of each book to Habitat for Humanity. Get involved today, visit www.HelpHabitatForHumanity.org. is book is dedicated to every woman who has ever wanted more sanity, conﬁdence, and fun in her life. May she always ﬁnd the perfect nail color with an inspiring name when she needs it. Contents About the Author . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ix Acknowledgements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xi Inspiration at the Tips of Your Fingers or Toes. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Step 1: Get Naked. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Step 2: Protect Yourself . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Step 3: Pick a Polish on Purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Step 4: Top it Oﬀ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 You Nailed It! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 row Your Own Live Like Your Nail Color Party! . . . . . . . . 97 Who Makes at Nail Color? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 - vii - About the Author Mary Foley has a reputation for her spunk and experience. Fresh out of college, Mary set aside her hard-earned engineering degree from Virginia Tech, to search for a career she loved. She took a job as an $8 an hour customer service representative “just to pay the bills” at the then-unknown America Online. Within 10 years of AOL’s hyper-growth, Mary was promoted four times, survived six layoﬀs, and became AOL’s ﬁrst head of Corporate Training. While her career shot up, Mary’s personal life was challenged by a diﬃcult, sometimes threatening, marriage. When she unexpectedly hit the glass ceiling, Mary reached deep inside to ﬁnd the inner courage - the bodaciousness - to recreate her life. at decision set her on a path where she has never looked back. After earning her Master’s degree in Organization Development from Pepperdine University, she authored two books, including Bodacious! Woman: Outrageously in Charge of Your Life and Lovin’ It, became a popular speaker to women’s groups, and became co-host of the “Girlfriend We Gotta Talk” radio show. In her media adventures, she has been on the cover of Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine and spoofed on the E! Entertainment TV Show “ e Soup.” Spoofed or not, Mary takes it all in stride. She says wearing red nail polish helps! Wanna know more? Go to www.LiveLikeYourNailColor.com - ix - Acknowledgements I may seem like a Bodacious Wonder Woman, but that’s only because I’ve had a lot of help! To my Mom and Dad, thanks for the gift of laughter and showing me that there is everyday humor begging to be recognized. To Leslie, Amy, Angeline, Ashley, Sara, and Aunt Mary, thanks for enthusiastically trying each new nail color I created and how I’m helping women live like them. To Charley, Tim, Louie, and Mitchell, thanks for putting up with all the family estrogen. To Tiane Mitchell-Gordon, Joanne Rae, Deborah McComas, Carolyn Burton, Julene Donnay, Norma Pierce, Debbie Wood, Tammy Motola, Michele Schutt, Rosalind Battle, Lynette Patterson, Amy Burman, Claudia Ogborn, Christine Cavenaugh, and Zoey, thanks for your terriﬁc stories of how you live like your nail color. May you have many more! To Casey Quinlan, Susan Banton, Vickie Griﬃth, and Susie Galvez, thanks for being my Live Like Your Nail Color Party companions and allowing me to share our experience with others. - xi - To all the gals of the American Business Women’s Association throughout the country who invited me to share how to live like your nail color with the gals in your area, thanks for your amazing outpouring of enthusiasm and support. To Vicky Wells and Debbie Ally, thanks for your caring support in the oﬃce, on the road, and online. You are the best cheerleaders an entreprenuer ever had! To Susie Galvez, thanks for your friendship, laughter, and kick in the pants when I needed it. I so appreciate your creative and generous spirit…and love for a good glass of wine! To David, Cindy, Jim, Margo, Rick, Megan, Bethany, and the entire team at Morgan James Publishing, thanks for partnering with me to put my message in print and get it out into the world. To Clara Wallace of ClaraWallace.com, thanks for your creative, fun illustrations that truly capture the live like your nail color spirit. e bonus is I’ve found a way to instantly look 20 years younger without any hassle! To Amy Burman, thanks for ﬁnding all of my out-of-place commas and out-of-whack verb tense. Your lightening fast editing expertise continues to amaze me. To Kate Smith, thanks for your sparkling spirit and love of color. You are one class act! To Kathleen Parrish, thanks for getting me to think about the greatest gift any woman can give herself. - xii - To Sharon Heggie, thanks for sharing your Mom’s wit and wisdom. I will never forget it! To Tara Reed, Shela Dean, Susie Galvez, and Libby Gill, thanks for your valuable feedback that made this a better book. To Susie Hayman, thanks for a fresh pair of keen eyes that always seem to catch typos others don’t, especially mine. To Libby Gill, thanks for your wisdom and guidance in shaping my message and brand. Your clarity has been priceless! To Jennifer Saunders, thanks for your friendship and sincere, enthusiastic comment that became an important ah-ha moment in bringing the live like your nail color message to life. To Jane Ferrara, thanks for your support and passion to help your daughters start living like their nail color early in life. To Elizabeth Cardaropoli, thanks for your massage therapy on my aching back and my spirit when they both felt worn out. And, to Bill Eastman, my Crazy Glue, extra special thanks for keeping me laughing, well fed, and feeling loved. You were worth the wait! - xiii - Inspiration at the Tips of Your Fingers or Toes I t happened quite unexpectedly ﬁve years ago. At the time I usually sported simple “naked nails” and didn’t pay much attention to my hands. A manicure felt like such a luxury of time and money, something I imagined done only by wealthy country club women who worried about head-to-toe scrutiny by mint-julep sipping women. Such frivolity was certainly not something for a working girl like me with a demanding full-time career, responsibilities, and a hectic schedule. Well, except for special occasions. at night was one of those special occasions. I was going to a business event where I wanted to look fabulous from my head all the way down to my ﬁngertips. So, I snuck in a late afternoon manicure at a nearby nail salon to have my hands prettied up, and took a desperately needed break. To me, the best part of getting your nails done is watching your plain, ordinary ﬁngernails that usually blend into the rest of your hand suddenly transform into these wonderful bursts of color. e worse part of getting your nails done is waiting… for…the… nail color....to…dry. Ugh. Let’s just say waiting and being patient are not my top strengths. I was determined, however, to look good that night, so I did my best to sit quietly with my hands under the dryer…waiting… -1- Inspiration at the Tips of Your Fingers or Toes for…the…nail color …to…dry. In an attempt to keep my mind busy and my hands still, I turned my attention to my bright new bottle of nail polish. I just loved the color. It was a luscious combination of hot pink and red that made me smile just looking at my ﬁngertips. “What’s the name of this color?” I wondered. I carefully picked up the bottle, so as to not mess up my drying nails, and turned it over. e label simply stated Wild Berry, but in my mind’s eye I saw Mae West meets Cats with a raspy, full- throttle “Wiiiilllld Berry!” What immediately followed was a phrase that crossed my mind and has never left: I want to live like my nail color! I wanted to feel truly wild, energized and passionate about who I am and what I am doing with my life. I wanted to feel conﬁdent. And I wanted to have more fun! I know I’m not alone. Eighty-four percent of women I surveyed paint their nails with such creatively named colors as Lacquered Up, Ballet Slippers, My Chihuahua Bites, and I’m Not Really a Waitress. With nail color names like these, the problem isn’t being inspired; the challenge is staying inspired day after day, week after week, through good times and bad. Truth is, there are times when we want to feel like Wild Berry, but constant demands, changing circumstances, and gnawing doubt often make us feel more like the color Wet Leaves. (Which to my knowledge isn’t a real nail color. I mean seriously, who would buy it, except perhaps a chronic complainer? And I doubt seriously if Cathy Complainer even paints her nails, because she knows that she will eventually have to redo them, and that’s just another dang thing on her to-do list!) -2- Live Like Your Nail Color, Even if You Have Naked Nails Colorful Nails Haven’t Always Been Easy or Inspiring Women have been coloring their nails for a long time, but it hasn’t always been as easy or fun as it is today. e Chinese started experimenting with a nail polish around 3000 B.C. using a concoction of beeswax, gelatin, and gum. Orchid and rose petals were used to create colors ranging from pink to red, but it had to be on your nails for a few hours or overnight to work. Talk about waiting…for…the…nail color…to…dry! en around 600 B.C., the Chou Dynasty preferred gold and silver nails – but only for the upper class. If anyone from the lower class attempted to wear nail polish, they could be punished by death. I’m sure if they named their nail colors back then, the silver polish would be called Color to Die For and the gold polish would have been called You Bet Your Life! e Egyptian upper class used nail polish to signify money and prosperity. Cleopatra, the original beauty queen, apparently favored a deep rust-red color. Women of lower stature were permitted to wear only pale hues, but, hey, at least they could live. e big break for nail polish, and thus all women, came in 1925 when a totally new composition of nail polish, based on automobile paint, was invented. Nail polish immediately became easier to produce, easier to apply, and could be created in a whole bunch of colors. Fast forward to today and we have nail color options galore! Now the challenge is picking a color – with a great name – among the myriad of fab options. ankfully, no woman is threatened with her life because of the color she wears, with one exception – when the mother of a teenage daughter decries, “You aren’t going out of this house with that on, are you?” -3- Inspiration at the Tips of Your Fingers or Toes Mild or Wild? What about you? Take a quick look at your nails right now. What nail color are you wearing and what does it say about you? Many women I meet have a French manicure. ey are usually classy, sophisticated, and incredibly practical. With just a touch of white on the nail tip, a French manicure makes your nails look ﬁnished and goes with any outﬁt. As one gal told me, “A French manicure is like diamonds. It goes with everything!” But being practical doesn’t mean being boring. One afternoon I was getting my nails done along with my friend Alice, who decided to get a French manicure. When it came time for the white polish, I naively thought that the nail tech would simply pull out a bottle labeled “white.” Ooooooh noooooooo. Instead, Alice walked over to a wall – yes wall – of white polishes: Bright white, oﬀ white, creamy white, pinkish white, bluish white, purplish white, brownish white, kinda white, sorta white, not quite white, you-name-it-white. Whatever shade of white you wanted, I’m sure it was there. To my delight, Alice picked a white color called White Limousine. Immediately I thought of her dressed in a smart business suit with her French manicure, riding in a white limo that pulls up in front of a swanky restaurant. e chauﬀer opens her limo door, and she conﬁdently walks into the restaurant to make the deal! All that because the polish wasn’t just white. It was White Limousine. For those who want a little more color, but still want to remain on the milder side, a shade of brown is a good nail color. As the UPS tag line asks, “What can brown do for you?” Well, for starters, brown can get me some Like You a Latte polish ﬁrst thing in the morning to go with my Cinnamon Buns color. -4- Live Like Your Nail Color, Even if You Have Naked Nails Later today brown can fetch me some bubbly so we can celebrate with Champagne ursdays polish. In the meantime you might want to send out those packages. (I just made up these nail color names; I love doing that!) According to my friend and color expert Kate Smith who created SensationalColor.com, “brown says stability, reliability, and approachability. It is the color of our earth and is associated with all things natural or organic.” e woman who wears cream, tan, or any shade of brown nail polish tends to be that way, too. She’s often the gal who you think of as grounded, someone you can say anything to and she doesn’t get upset. Maybe that’s you, at least when your hormones aren’t out of whack and the planets are aligned just so. A very popular nail polish color is pink, the quintessential girly color. “Pink is the color of happiness and is sometimes seen as lighthearted. For women who are often overworked and overburdened, an attraction to pink may speak of a desire for the more carefree days of childhood,” says Smith. No wonder pink is so popular! Know of any overworked women? For the milder child there’s light to medium pink. ese have got to be the pinks that Smith says encourage friendliness while discouraging aggression and ill will. Apparently, it’s working, because she writes that pink paint has been used in prison holding cells to reduce erratic behavior. I have a hunch this isn’t the only tension-ﬁlled environment that could use some pink paint. For the wilder child there’s bright pink, also known as hot pink, as in the nail color Pistol Packing Pink. “Brighter pinks are youthful, fun, and exciting” according to Smith, which pretty much sums up the women I know who love wearing bright pink. Okay, so they may not be chronologically young, but they certainly feel young, which is often expressed by their chattiness punctuated -5- Inspiration at the Tips of Your Fingers or Toes by witty remarks and laughter. is description ﬁts my friend and radio show co-host Susie Galvez to a tee. In fact, it’s no surprise to me that she came up with the name of our radio show: “Girlfriend We Gotta Talk!” Susie is known as the “pink one” on the show because, yes, hot pink is one of her favorite colors. Guess what color I’m known for? Red! Which is also the nail color that most women feel is the wildest of all. “When in doubt wear red,” said the famous fashion designer Bill Blass. is might lead you to think that women who wear red nail polish doubt themselves all the time! Au contraire, my ﬁne friend. Red encourages action and conﬁdence, increases enthusiasm, and stimulates energy, Smith says. It’s the color most associated with passion and intensity, and is one of the top nail color choices for toenails. So, don’t let a French manicure or mild colored ﬁngernails fool ya. ere are plenty of women with a mild “Oh- la-la” on their ﬁngers while they sport a wild “Va-va-voom” on their toes! One of my favorite stories about red polish is from my friend Tiane who I met when we worked together in the AOL human resources department. At the time I was the head of corporate training and she was an HR Director on her way up. She was incredibly smart about managing executives’ expectations and motivating those who worked for them. I loved how she skillfully and soulfully would say it like it is – a quality that endeared her to many and dumbfounded the rest. Over time her focus on diversity earned her a seat at the CEO table as the Vice-President of Diversity and Inclusion for the company. en one day she sent me an e-mail telling me that she was totally caught oﬀ-guard at the latest executive management meeting. e new Chairman and CEO announced her promotion to Senior Vice-President of Diversity and Inclusion. at made -6- Live Like Your Nail Color, Even if You Have Naked Nails her one of the top females in the company! “And the nail polish I was wearing when the announcement came was a red color called at’s Berry Daring!” she told me. I was even more proud! French manicure, brown, pink, and red. In my opinion, these are the four basic nail color categories. Which one is most like you? Are you mild or wild? Do you mix it up? Whichever nail color you choose to wear says something about you. e good news is that you can try a new color at any time – to enhance your mood, to go with an outﬁt, or to be a bit daring! For example, black has gained popularity, to many women’s chagrin. And shades of blue have become popular. However, I hope to never see them together. “Hey look, my nails are black and blue!” Given that option, I’ll take naked nails. Be Proud of Your Naked Nails It happens almost every time. As I’m chatting with people before I speak to a group, at least one woman will come up to introduce herself and before I can say a word she starts apologizing. Suddenly we’re in an invisible confessional and she can barely look me in the eye as she blurts out that she’s not wearing any polish. She shows me her hands and it’s true. She has naked nails! She goes on to tell me that her ﬁnger nails are too short, too stubby, or too ugly for polish. I deliberately clear my throat and respond: Hear ye! Hear ye! May it be proclaimed today in the presence of Almighty God and all the women here that no women anywhere need be ashamed of her naked nails. Indeed, may she be proud! Such a bare state of aﬀairs means she is willing to be her true, authentic self and show it to the world. -7- Inspiration at the Tips of Your Fingers or Toes Okay, so I really don’t strike a pose, unravel a fake scroll, and make a proclamation. But I do take her hand, look at her nails and say, “Be proud of your naked nails!” ese are the nails God gave you. ey protect the tips of your ﬁngers, which help you perform a zillion things a day – from washing your face to typing on your keyboard to putting food in your mouth. ey increase your tactile sensitivity by providing your ﬁngertips something to push against. And, perhaps one of the most underrated things of all, they help you pick up the back of your earring that keeps falling oﬀ, dagnabit, and put it back on! So, never, ever be ashamed of naked nails. Or nekkid nails for that matter. Yes, there is a diﬀerence. Naked means you don’t have anything on. Nekkid means you don’t have anything on – and you’re up to something (hopefully something good, really good!). Only you can decide if you have naked nails or nekkid nails. And personal experience has shown me that you can go from naked to nekkid in a nanosecond! oenails Yes, T Count Funny thing is that when I ask gals who confess their naked or nekkid ﬁnger nails if they polish their toe nails, many of them enthusiastically exclaim “Yes!” “Fantastic!” I respond. “ en you are living life like your toenail color!” ey are relieved and far from alone. From a survey I conducted with 160 women on the very important topic of ﬁngers versus toes and polished versus naked nails, I found that a whopping 39% of women paint only their toenails. For some women it made them feel pretty – “I get to feel feminine on my worst days by just looking at my feet.” Others wanted to look good wearing sandals – “It would be like not wearing underwear!” And for -8- Live Like Your Nail Color, Even if You Have Naked Nails other women, painted toenails made them feel sexy – “It’s my little secret. I know it’s there under my business shoes making me feel colorful, sexy, and special in this world of grey suits.” Moral of the story: Last time I checked, we each have nails on both our ﬁngers and toes. So when it comes to living like your nail color, we’ve got options, and you know how we women love options. God was looking out for us! Hello Wonder Woman! One thing I’ve found among all women who want to live like their nail color is that they are bizzzzz-y! ey’ve got bosses and employees to take care of, customers to respond to, vendors to manage, children or grandchildren to watch after, and husbands to set straight. en there are bills to pay, dinners to make, laundry to wash, and more! With everything going on, they are like Wonder Woman – able to make the impossible boss happy, satisfy the diﬃcult customer, and still have a good hair day! Do you ever feel like Wonder Woman? I’m not talking the Linda Carter or cartoon character kind (though that red cape and those go-go boots are to die for)! I’m talking about today’s Wonder Woman – the woman who has so much going on she wonders what the heck happened to her life! Between all the roles we play as women – wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend, taxi driver, counselor, teacher, nurse, social director, event planner, buyer, accountant, volunteer, pet care provider, gardener, maid, cook, lover, cereal-embedded-in-the-car seat detector, and more – it’s no wonder most of us feel stressed and about to lose it. And yet we can’t lose it because we’re often the glue that holds marriages, families, work groups, and communities together. It’s so easy to feel that if we stop or slow down, everyone and -9- Inspiration at the Tips of Your Fingers or Toes everything in our lives will fall apart. So we try to strap on our Energizer Bunny batteries and keep going and going and going, only to ﬁnd that the biggest person in our lives we’ve disappointed is ourselves. Phew, what a load! I know, because that’s how I started my adult life. Right out of college with an engineering degree that I didn’t want to use, I started my adrenaline-ﬁlled, change-a- rama career with a small, unknown start-up called AOL. A few years later I was married to someone I thought was the man of my dreams, but instead turned out to be the leading role of my nightmare. I had no clue I had walked into a relationship that would be a confusing mix of two-faced love, criticism, and abuse, even the physical kind. I was too young and naive to see it coming or understand what to make it of it. But once I was in it, I felt trapped and hopeless. Still a Wonder Woman in Training, I knew in my gut that my husband’s behavior was wrong, but I was too scared to stand up to him and rock the boat. I was even more scared to fail in my roles as the perfect wife, daughter, sister, employee, and friend. I was wondering what the heck happened to my life alright. Apparently engineering school did not prepare me to solve this kind of problem. Gimme a thermodynamics issue or a just-in- time manufacturing challenge and I was your gal. But how to deal with a personal relationship riddled with conﬂict and confusion? Must have missed that class. ree years of hurt and frustration mounted until I had enough. I like to think of it as my naked nails tipping point. My true, authentic, inner voice screamed, “ is ain’t right! Get some dang help!” So I did. With the assistance of an amazing counselor, I gained the strength to stand up to my husband and eventually got divorced. Time, a caring family, and supportive friends enabled me to heal and recreate my personal - 10 - Live Like Your Nail Color, Even if You Have Naked Nails - 11 - Inspiration at the Tips of Your Fingers or Toes life, all while my AOL career was skyrocketing. Which just goes to show that the only way Linda Carter’s Wonder Woman could ﬁght evil and be the hero is because she had a team of people! at, and I bet she wore a gutsy red polish, too. Most people I meet today never suspect what I’ve gone through. I share it with you because I haven’t had a perfect life, and I don’t have perfect nails. Safely getting out of a harmful marriage is the hardest thing I’ve ever done. But the pain, hurt, and diﬃculty have undeniably given me a huge gift – the strength, courage, and zest to be the true Wonder Woman of my life and to live like my nail color. If I can do it, you can, too! ip oes! Right at the T s of My Fingers or T It would be ﬁve years after getting divorced that I would get my nails done and experience that fateful “Wild Berry day.” By that time the heavy lifting of healing had been done. I knew that staying healthy and energized about life required consistent eﬀort. But I didn’t want it to be a burden; I wanted it to be fun. at’s why I loved the idea of living like your nail color. What was an easy, simple way to tap into that feeling all the time? When I thought back over my post-AOL years as an author and speaker, I realized that women had – in so many words – asked me that very question time and again. My book Bodacious! Career: Outrageous Success for Working Women had been out a few years. When I shared the lessons I had learned about career success from my 10-year AOL
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