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Curry Up Don't Be Late

I seriously think that is the best name of a nail polish ever.

Sooo.. Yesterday, I did the look I had drawn out, and it just didn't work out like I thought it would. Maybe if I didn't rush it would have better, who knows! Yes.. I will post a pic of how it turned out before I actually fixed things up. I then didn't let everything dry and we all know how messy that can get.

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See.. kind of blah! I will try it again someday, but take my time on it more.
I then removed it last night due to its ugliness and sat down this afternoon to do one of my favourite designs that I also get compliments on.
We shall take at look at what I used..
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OPI Chip Skip (aka my new love), Sally Hansen's Hard As Nails, OPI Curry Up Don't Be Late, OPI Alipine Snow & SilkLine Black
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Results?
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Without Flash
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With Flash
Sorry, I am really short, stubby, sausage like fingers.. /tear - oh well! Ohhh.. and background to doing my nails.. I just have to post this because I am such a Twilight fangirl:
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Smokin' Fox right there.
Anyways.. That is how my nails look at the moment. Of course after I hit the shower later, the nail areas will be so much cleaner as always.
I am also awaiting a shipment of nail art pens. In 24 fancy colours! YAY!



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Comments

That is some very nice nail art. I wish I had the patience to do that, and do a good job - too!
Mary said…
I like the design on your first one and the colors. Love the little rhinestones in the second one, you did a very nice job. My nailart needs serious help :)
k . . . said…
Wow, very cool nail designs, ur really gud @ that stuff. I'm so not! I just finished reading 'Twilight' actually, it was really captivating. Anyhow, luv your stuff, so please follow my blog http://ksdkemp-houseofkrystia.blogspot.com/!*_*! ttyl

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