Wednesday, January 20, 2010

KNOW WHEN TO SAY "ENOUGH"!

Those were words I didn't abide by last night, lol! I just kept adding to yesterday's french mani and adding and adding! I am filing this under FAIL! My stamping even came out crappy. They can't all be winners I guess :)

I stamped the overlapping hearts french stamp, which really didn't work on my short nails. Then I repainted the red glitter french line, added a coat of ChG Fairy Dust and then a layer of bigger glitter. Basically all that made up this ugly mani. ENJOY, lol :)



16 comments:

Stephanie said...

This is, as Tim Gunn would say, a lotta look. I don't think it looks bad, though. Like a party on your nails! Also, what I assume is your wedding ring, is absolutely gorgeous.

Brooke said...

STEPHANIE - Thanks, and yes LOTTA LOOK!! lol The ring isn't a wedding ring, it was a little gift to myself. I usually wear it on my right hand, but there was some swelling with that hand and I temporarily moved it. But thank you for the compliment. ;)

Brooke said...

haha, yeah, I've done that. Sometimes inspiration doesn't always pan out as well as expected. But the hearts on the tips do look cute!!

Like Stephanie said, your ring is GORGEOUS!!

Lucy said...

The only thing I don't care for is the red line. I don't think it compliments the pink shade. Otherwise I think it's nice.

Pixie said...

ROFL, that is a little ... busy!

Your nails are gorgeous though.

L said...

LMAO@ Stephanie.

It's not that bad.

Never Enough Nails said...

LOL I love how the label for this post is "FAIL", that makes me laugh. I think I'd like it without the black. If it were just the pink with the red line and the glitter top coat.

PinkCat said...

It happens to all of us, sometimes you get carried away and just can't stop yourself. It would have looked cute without the big glitter.

Lau said...

Wow that must have taken ages to do and dry! And yeah its a lot but it does look awesome ;)

gildedangel said...

That would be a perfect mani for a big party, but not for everyday!

cathryn said...

id really like to see this again with white hearts and a white line instead of red & black!

Rebecca said...

Teehee, this post made me smile! It's fun to experiment sometimes. I occasionally put loads of makeup on just for kicks when I normally only use mascara :D

Hannah Banana said...

At least you can save this pic and enter it in a 'fugly mani' competition at some point!!!! We all have them, and me... well.... I'm not that good at nail art and don't have a Konad so my fails tend to be more frequent than my Wins ;)

Liz said...

Fancy! :)

Brooke said...

LIZ - Your comment is cracking me up and really I don't know why, all you said was Fancy - but to call this mani Fancy I think is what did. ahhh, thanks for the giggles :)

Nienna said...

Experiments are always useful :-)

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