Monday, February 8, 2010

A LITTLE SOUTHWESTERN PERSUASION

This mani is one I did on my mom Saturday night. This is such a special mani because I never would have thought in a million years that my mom would suggest a green polish be painted on her nails! I don't think SHE ever thought she would either! SO way to go mom for stepping out of your comfort zone :)

After I got my new plates I told you all my mom had several mani/pedi ideas for me to execute. This was one of her ideas for a pedi, but we both just loved it so much we decided to so the same on her hands.

This looks so cute and I think one of the best mani/pedi's I have ever done. It just turned out perfect.

For the base color we used Sinful Colors - Mint Apple, a dark brown and a gold for the stamps and gold holo glitter dots.
























21 comments:

Lacquer Laine said...

Oh my my that is awesome and so creative!! Good work Brooke! (and Mom!)
:c)

gildedangel said...

That looks so gorgeous, great job!!!

Kae said...

Omg I love it! The gecko is so cute. I love the detail on the pedi too (^-^*)

L said...

LOVE!

Cara said...

two thumbs up!

Easy, Peasy, Breezy, Me said...

Thsi is so pretty :)

Amabile said...

Lovely lizards :-) This is elegant, stylish and funky!

moodpuppet said...

This could not have turned out any better! The little geckos are soo cute!

Liz said...

This really did turn out great!

Ebru said...

This is sooo pretty girl! Yay for moms who know how to rock green nail polish! :)

ainos2 said...

Awesome mani and pedi!
SC Mint Aple looks wonderful on your mom...it's such a mellow shade of green, I can see why she was comfortable with her choice.

Evil Angel said...

WOW, you did an amzing job! Perfection! And how cool is your Mom for rockin' green polish!

peripatetic33 said...

of all the designs i have seen since i started surfing polish blocks this is the most incredible - it is just da bomb

Niki* said...

This mani is awesome!!!! it would go so well with my trip to mexico! lol

Ayuu said...

This is gorgeous and very original ! You found the perfect style for using that stamp pattern ^^

Riechan said...

very cute!
Love the basecolour and that design is just soo original ^^

PowerLifterChick said...

YAY mom for stepping out and tryin new things!!!

That mani and pedi ROCK! and those sandals...HOTNESS!

blzcrzy said...

Thanks for all the shoutouts and for noticeing my sandals!I love this mani, as u can see from my props I'm very southwest.

-Diana- said...

I love it! I really love the lizzards I want them too :)

Beatriz said...

wow those toes are SO CUTE! and those shoes are perfect!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

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