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Friday, March 11, 2011

A Gentle S-curve Mani


3 coats of a franken  I made, with 1 coat of Avon Green Olive and Top Coat


Even though my curves are not perfect, I still like this look. Whenever I am at a loss for a cool manicure to do  - I usually end up with a simple diagonal mani, and this is a nice break from that. I cut mailing labels in the shape of an elongated ying yang that I call a Gentle S-curve manicure.

I am delighted that I can finally bend my Index finger and do stuff, so I have been doing crafty things - but have lost my creative NAIL ART MOJO, hopefully catching up on reading everyone's blog will get me inspired to whip up some cool looks for the next week.




Here is the post on it and others I made with the same 2 polish's

I apply these 'nail guides' I made then snip off the excess overhang and apply polish 
=  remove when dry and add top coat

with TC


hopefully no one will point out that there is a HUGE piece of fluff on my index nail, that is shaped like an inchworm.... jutting out of the polish♥

Also; Only 2  of these fake rhinestones from the dollar-rama fell off my pinky nail on my left hand in 32 hours.... that was surprising as I only set them into my wet top coat and did not apply any polish over them, as I usually do.

6 comments:

Natalie said...

Very cool and creative! I love your S-curve idea/design!

Une Ruxi à Paris said...

I love the green swirly one!! I love the greens on it too!!

Lucy said...

I like this design also. Amazing that those gems stayed on so long. Glad your finger is doing better.

ShortAndSweetNails said...

OOH super cool with the curve!

GothamPolish said...

So cool - you could do a great ying yang with this design!

Lacquer Ware for Tips and Toes said...

Love this franken and the green wave. Beautiful.