Tuesday, April 7, 2009

GREEN GLITTER FRENCH

Last night just wasn't a good night for me to do nails! I have tried now two times to do an Easter themed mani and it just isn't working out in the least! Look out for flying paint brushes! I think I might have to abandon my original idea and come up with something else.


This is what I did for my NOTD after my Easter nail art FAIL!!!! lol













I used Sinful Colors - Easy going, which was anything BUT! I had a difficult time using this color. It was very strange, I either had too much polish on my brush, or not enough, and it was very difficult to get it right for some reason. The polish is a light, baby pink. It is much more pink IRL, I couldn't photo this one correctly for some reason. Then I used a nail art brush with green glitter and free handed the french tips on.

15 comments:

clockwork said...

I like it, the tips look like easter grass, very cute :)

Rai said...

LMAO @ FAIL! I don't know why that made me giggle out loud. hahaha.

But I like the nails, Brooke.
Did you see?! I'm going to be a NYX Rep. NAIL POLISH GALORE!!

Brooke said...

CLOCKWORK - THanks. This was actually my base for my Easter Nail Art FAIL, lol!


RAI - I was laughing when I typed it too, it was a complete FAIL I tell ya!


Yes I did see! Congrats! I voted for NAIL POLISH!! I will be placing an order with ya girl! :)

Rai said...

LOL. I like it! =D
I'm really shocked a lot of people want the polish. You can totally request any colors you want from me.

Mary said...

I like it, and agree with Clockwork about the easter grass. That was my first thought, too. You did a good job free-handing :)

BrooklynShoeBabe said...

Why's that a "fail"? Perhaps a different brand would have worked better for you, but I love the pink and green duo. It is one of my favorite color combos--very Lily Pulitzer/Spring/Easter.

Brooke said...

RAI - Cool, I will place an order in May!! Can't wait!

MARY - Thanks! The little nail art brushes made it pretty easy to free hand, especially since I don't have much area to add a french too :)

BROOKLYNSHOEBABE - This design wasn't my fail, it was what I did AFTER my Easter nail art failed! lol THank you though :)

Velvet said...

I love the tips! Very elegant. I wouldn't have thought to use those colors together. It's great seeing everyone else's ideas!

Brooke said...

VELVET - I have come across that on other blogs too, things I never would have thought of doing that are so cool! This color combo was by accident, I was trying to do an easter mani and this is what I had down for my base, and when the easter nail art didn't work out, I just painted the base again since I liked how it looked.

Olivia C. said...

Looks great together!

The Pretty Brown Girl said...

Awww...that's so cute, Brooke! You should put a cute flower on either the thumb or middle finger. That would make it very holiday/festive.

I totally forgot about Easter coming this weekend. I'll do an Easter theme for the weekend. :)

Violet LeBeaux said...

Aww I'm sorry to hear about the easter fail :( These look cute though!

Nessa said...

i like the color combo! looks great!

Lucy said...

That is really pretty Brooke! I didn't realize it was a pale pink at first. Really pretty. You did an amazing job with the green glitter. Your nails are really starting to grow longer. Can you find some cute Easter stickers to put on?

Brooke said...

OLIVIA C - Thanks. These colors remind me of a polo shirt, pink with a green horse.

THE PBG - Can't wait to see what you come up with :)

VIOLET - Thank you :)

NESSA - Thanks. An odd combo that worked - go figure!

LUCY - Thanks! I haven't noticed any extra growth, but it is easy to fudge some growth with a french though :)

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