Friday, May 21, 2010

FRENCH MANI: HOLO-FIED :)

I wore this earlier this week for when I had to go to Jury Duty. I did a french mani using OPI - BUbble Bath and China Glaze - Moonlight. You can kind of see the remains of a stamp I did, but the holo glitter pretty much covered it up.






7 comments:

ANSTAH said...

I really love the simplicity of this. It just looks clean and polished. HAR HAR. Punny. =D

bellebathandbeyond said...

Sigh. You really rock nude nails! Love this funky nude look!

Starlight said...

pretty!

Enamel Girl said...

Oooo, that is gorgeous!

Jackie S. said...

Where did you find this polish?

Brooke said...

JACKIE S - The covergirl one? I got it at Walgreens, I believe they still have them, but don't quote me on that! lol

Lucy said...

Very pretty look. Did you get picked for anything?

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