Wednesday, December 2, 2009

A FEW RANDOM NOTD'S

This first mani is what I wore over the Thanksgiving holiday. I really liked this mani and I think I wore it for like 4 days - which is like forevah for someone like me.

For the base I did four coats of Milani - Lilly Valley. Then I painted the tips with OPI - Louvre Me or Louvre Me Not. Then I used Color Club NAP - You're Golden to draw the line. At first I was going to add more to this, but I actually liked the simplicity of it and just kept it the way it was.

I actually liked this so much that I did a matching pedi done the same way. I have been saving these pics to post with my pedi pics, but I just have not gotten around to taking any. So here it is, I guess just imagine it on my toes :)








This next NOTD is what I have worn for 2 days now, I know, what has gotten into me wearing polish for days on end?? I painted a base coat of Sally Hansen - Project Runway and then topped it off with Color Club - Object of Envy. I really like this glitter polish, it is really smooth for being so glitter packed. I don't know what kind of glitter they used to get this effect, but I like it. I am dreading removing this though, glitter is such a PITA to remove.



13 comments:

Arie said...

Hi Brooke I can't wait for the cupcake tutorial, they are awesome!!! ^_^
I gave some love to Nail-ing, I follow her blog now ^_^.

gildedangel said...

I love that french!!!

The Hollywood Memoirs said...

I love the first one. That base color is perfect!

Evil Angel said...

I just love a good funky french!

Anonymous said...

Have you thought of publishing a Dinky of the Day calendar or book? Think about it! While I don't wear the stylistic french manicures and konads,it's fun to check them out. Thanks.

Liz said...

I love the funky french! I has such a regal feel. :)

That green is really pretty. I can see why you left it on.

thriszha said...

ohh i love ur funky french...oh girl im inlove with ur Color Club - Object of Envy this is the kind of green glitter polish that i've been looking for.. but sadly i can't them in here..=(
u always made an awesome mani's love it!!

Girl With The Golden Touch said...

Aw I know what you mean, I hate removing glitter polishes. It does look gorgeous though! xxx

L said...

I like them both but that first one rocks.

PowerLifterChick said...

that green is gorgeous, but the french is FANTASTIC!

Danica said...

I love the Louvre Me frenchie. I think I will try that on my own... 4 days is LONG. Haha, I can never get nail polish to last more than about 24 hours... Nothing against the polish, because it's all polish. I guess it's just me!

Polish Hoarder said...

Lovely! The purple and gold look great together! I'm going to have to try this color combination sometime!

Lucy said...

Very pretty and royal looking Frenchie. The green glitter nails are perfect. Perfectly gorgeous.

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