Friday, May 8, 2009

PURPLE WITH GOLD GLITTAH!

I got this idea for my NOTD yesterday, and it worked out pretty well I think. I forgot to get pictures of the products I used! For the base it was OPI - Do you Lilac it?, OPI - Lourve me Lourve me not was used for the diagonal. Then for the gold glitter design I used my Strip Rite NAP. It is basically the same thing I did yesterday, just changed up a little bit. I really like the gold with these two colors of purple.











17 comments:

The Pretty Brown Girl said...

Looks regal! How did you make the diagonal?? I want to try that today. I was thinking of trying mailing lables or something.

Brooke said...

THE PBG - The diagonal is really easy to make just using your nail polish brush. You don't want a lot of nail polish on it and I just kind of "draw" a diagonal line and then paint down under the diagonal line.

However - I did just get a really good tip the other day on another blog (The Hungry Asian) to use painters tape! If you dont have it handy, i have heard of mailing labels working.

I would try to free hand it though, and if you use a nail art pen to go over the diag. then you really don't have to worry about it being a straight line as the nap will cover up any perfections.

The Pretty Brown Girl said...

I happen to have some painter's tape around. I'm going to use that and give it a try. I do NOT trust my free hand skills! LOL!

Thanks for the tips!

Hahahha..."tips". :)

Bella said...

Very pretty!

Lucy said...

Gorgeous Brooke! You are so talented. You have a good eye for colors and design.

Brooke said...

THE PBG - Oh good, would love to hear how it works for you. Can't wait to see what you have come up with, so post those pics soon!

BELLA - Thank you!

LUCY - Thank you so much, I appreciate that :)

Mary said...

That looks stunning! I have some of those nail art pens and you're tempting me to try them out.

Céline said...

Whoooo, you have great ideas !! Very precious !

Helen said...

I immediately thought "regal" too. Really, really like this look.

Just got a real bargain - 24 nail art pens for £13! Yippee!

yummy411 said...

this looks so mardi gras! pretty!

Chrissy said...

It reminds me of a court jester. It's so nice!! I wouldn't be able to do that if I wanted to. Hehe.

Nixxy said...

WOW! You got mad skillz, woman!

Alexlyndra said...

You're good with the nail art! It looks very nice!

Rai said...

Love the touch of glitter!!
At first I thought it spelled something. lol

Tuli said...

Brooke ! What a great design you did there !! very good job ! It looks awasome :-)

Brooke said...

MARY - Bust those babies out - lets see what you can do!

CELINE - Thanks!

HELEN - Looks like you got a deal, now are we gonna get to see your designs??

YUMMY - I never even thought of Mardi Gras - but you are right! They do have a little Mardi Gras feel to them!

CHRISSY - lol! Yup, a little court jester feel to them too!

NIXXY - Mad skillz~!!!!! lol

ALEXLYNDRA - Thanks :)

RAI - Thank you, lol - nope, it doesn't spell anything!

TULI - Thank you so much.

Lacquer Laine said...

so so so so so so so so so PRETTY!!!

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