Wednesday, November 4, 2009

MAD FOR MATTE PLAID - NOTD TAKE 2

I know I know, I went on and on about how shiny these nails were and then I go and make them matte. But I couldn't resist. I think the matte made these nails look more fall like and made them look very velvety too. What do you all think, matte or shiny??

Also thank you VIXXAN from THE GLAM SHACK for naming my polish for me! As you see I now have it labeled and ready to go.








20 comments:

PowerLifterChick said...
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PowerLifterChick said...

I loved it shiny.

BUT This is even better matte!!!!

so rich and warm looking, odd I know but it makes me think of fuzzy warm blanket! but in a good way!!!

Kirsten said...

It never ceases to amaze me what insanely beautiful things a matte topcoat can do.
I love it both shiny and matte, very cute!

nihrida said...

This manicure looks amazing! Nothing else to add. Perfect!

Ange-Marie said...

loved the shiny. but that matte is hott

Nanzy said...

Ohhh instant LOVE !!! this is super gorgeous, must get me some of that Matte Magic =D

Deez Nailz ~ where the CANADIAN Bloggers at ? said...

I love it both ways. It does have a velor blanket kinda look to it with the matte.

Evil Angel said...

I love it! Reminds me a bit of my uniform skirt those couple of years in Catholic school. (It did not work to straighten me out, I was just a bad girl in a cute skirt)

gildedangel said...

I like it matte, but I loved it shiny!

Vixxan said...

You are very welcome.

I nominated you for a blog award. You can find more information on it here http://theglamshack.blogspot.com/2009/11/my-first-blog-award.html

Kaz said...

Wow! That looks hot!

kelliegonzo said...

i love it! it's very "naughty" school-girl looking to me lol!

yummy411 said...

this looks awesome and i don't even like the matte trend!

Triskit said...

absolutely fabulous! I am so doing this tonight!

sparklingpinkgorilla said...

I love this! I think the matte really topped it off!

Doo said...

I'd love to get this mani on me! Would be lovely accent to the nails without being glittery girly or too vampy. Just what I'm looking for as a work-look, beautiful!!

Anonymous said...

Shiny! shiny! Shiny! Guess I'm old school but matte is just not polish to me.
I think Brooke should put out a book of her nail designs.What do you ladies think?

Inbal said...

this is so pretty! looks like a real fabric on your nails. great mani for the winter time :-)

Jamie D. said...

It's just gorgeous matte, Brooke - really love that look. :-)

Lucy said...

This is a gorgeous manicure. I love it matte. I've always been insane for plaid. I wore a Catholic girl uniform for a few years but no plaid. My cousins went up to 12th with plaid skirts and they hate plaid. I so wanted plaid skirt uniforms.

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