Wednesday, November 12, 2008


Killer nails because I used Color Club - Killer Curves for these. Last night I sat down to do something with my nails and couldn't come up with a single thing to do with them. I felt as though all my creativity was gone for the day. So nothing special with these. I painted the tips with Killer Curves, a really dark red. A blood red I would call it. I really love Color Club nail polish! The ones that I have used have all been really shiny and they apply so easy. I then used a silver NAP and traced along the edge of the polish. I added a silver bow sticker to my thumb. On my ring finger I attached 6 clear, square shaped "jewels". I was worried that these jewels would be a p.i.t.a., but the really haven't been. I covered the jewels with a thick coat of seche. I washed my hair and everything, and I had no "snagging" with the jewels.





Katee "e-polishblog" said...

Gorgeous as usual!

I have an idea for nail art for you - have you ever seen a swirl french manicure? I am going to find the video I saw and send it to you.

Katee "e-polishblog" said...

Brooke said...

Cool! I will try and test this idea out tonight! Thanks for the heads up Katee!

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