Tuesday, January 26, 2010

EEEWWW! I PAINTED MY NAILS WITH DOLL SKIN!!

Some things don't ever, ever EVER need to be matted - Essie Van D'Go is one of them. All I can think of is little naked, soft rubber dolls!! I'm totally getting a silence of lambs vibe, like I've made my own little skin nails! Seriously!!

(Full review & regular swatches of Essie - Van D'Go will be posted later.)









26 comments:

Get Nailed said...

It looks like you killed and skinned a Barbie and now you're wearing her as a trophy. Ew, lol.

Shayla said...

Lol, ew, Brooke! You just gave me the ickiest visual of little rubber dolls. It totally looks like doll skin, though.

"And it puts the lotion on its skin..."

*blink*

Rebecca said...

Haha I am laughing so much at the heading of this post! You crack me up!!!

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rijaH said...

Haha that is truly a doll color! Hope you haven't boiled any to get this color out :P

Kelly said...

Is it sick that I kinda like it..... :)

Heather / Eyeconic said...

This is kind of like mannequin hands from hell... made me laugh though!

Brooke said...

SHAYLA - LMAO!! It puts the lotion in the basket!!!!

KELLY - yes, it is totally sick and I don't know if we can be friends anymore. . . . :)

BabyD @ Polish and Powder said...

oh Brooke, you had me and my Husband in fits of laughter, excellent post!

Lucy said...

Trophy nails, eew! I sorta like them. Looks like a doll I had from Germany. Unfortunately my brother dropped a heavy book on her and she shattered. The doll was made out of a plastic called turtle skin. Gross.

Marjo on makeup frenzy said...

Lol, I actually liked this a lot, does that make me a doll killer? :P

nevertoomuchglitter said...

Now I know where my old Barbie doll went! Then again, she had lost her head a few times and at least I know where her body wound up!

Colette said...

Seems like there has too be some Konad or nail art to make that even worse ... or better depending on your view LOL! =D

Maybe that plate with a little face on it? Or runnels of blood from the doll you skinned? Or stitches like it's a patchword of doll skin! Or ... maybe I'm getting too carried away with the weirdness >.>

gildedangel said...

Oh my! That does not look so pretty!

rasilla said...

I gotta agree...
this was sooo not......
it kinda creeped me out :(

lol well at least we know~ one thing not to matte XD

Nixxy said...

LOL! It does look like you skinned Chuckie! :D

Chrissy said...

Lol I would have never thought it looked like doll skin until you mentioned it!!

Sasha said...

You are hilarious!

ainos2 said...

Interesting....I think I like it- in the I want to touch it kind of way.

Arrianne said...

I actually like this, it looks so weird.

ReaderRita said...

Yikes! Okay, you made me snort! Hilarious!
I think that it's a bit less like Barbie, and a bit more like those blank baby doll heads (and arms and legs) that you sometimes see at places like Michael's or Hobby Lobby. Super creepy. But, right in play with a "mannequin-icure"...

elashaw said...

aaah, call me nutty, creepy... whatever

but i like this!!!

Anonymous said...

I like it. I think it looks like a creamy, peachy easter egg

Vivian said...

mannequin hands are definitely a new trend in the nail polish world at the moment.

I love color, so it's definitely not for me... but way to find your skin-shade polish ;D

mannequin hands are supposed popular because they make your fingers look slimmer/longer ... by 'hiding' your nails O.O;;

PrincezzJazmin said...

this color is beautiful.

PrincezzJazmin said...

this color is beautiful.

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