Thursday, February 12, 2009


I know this isn't much, but with these shorties I did the best I could do.

First off I used my new N.Y.C. nail polish. I used 240B Midtown. It was the bright pink one. I am loving this nail polish. It applied very well. I had no control issues at all. I painted two coats of this and then one coat of Carolyn NY quick dry topcoat. I had some strange, tiny bubbles pop up on a couple of nails, but I'm not for sure if that was due to the N.Y.C. or the Carolyn NY quick dry top coat. I will have to try another NYC with a different top coat and see how it turns out.

Then I applied some black nail art stickers - hey, don't knock the stickers! It was as close to "nail art" as I have been able to muster up lately.


Rai said...

Those are too cute.

I love those stickers.

Brooke said...

RAI - Thanks. I got the stickers at Walgreens for $1.99

Nessa said...

OOoo cute and simple.
I like it!

Brooke said...

NESSA - Thanks. I'm hoping my nail art pens will illicit some creativity in me :)

Lucy said...

Brooke, are they nail art stickers? Very cute manicure. Very sweet.

Jamie said...

Those stickers are way cute - I'm going to have to check out Walgreens! Very nice job...sometimes simple is better. I love that color! :-)

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Brooke said...

LUCY - Yes, they are stickers. I got them at Walgreens.

JAMIE - I was really surprised, usually walgreens has the same old boring flower stickers. Plus I liked that the color was black so that they could be used for art non valentines day related.

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