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Cheetah Madness

Cheetah/Leopard print items are EVERYWHERE lately.. And I for one, really, really, like the trend. Although I am not sure why as zebra print has always been my go to (love me blacks and whites!)

I think I finally was able to replicate a cheetah print that I.. well, like. I was looking on WAH Nails and saw this Fan Submission and LOVED it! The image instantly went to my inspiration folder and I could not stop thinking about it.

So, to help ease my troubled mind, I used the image and came up with these bad boys:



I used: CC High Society, CG Ingrid, Sally Hansen nail art pen and a dotting tool (which was sent to me for review from Born Pretty)

I am a touch disappointed in myself for not trying out either of these polishes before as I really am quite fond of both!! They are lovely!!

Ugh. Of course I would choose to blog when I have to run - I will answer comments next time! Take care everyone!!

Comments

Steffie said…
Very lovely. I love the color choice. Not too bold.
Unknown said…
I love the color combination.
shortwidenails said…
could u please take a picture of the Sally Hansen nail art pen tip? I would love to know how thick it is and what does it look like. like a pointy tip? or a slanted highlighter tip? I think i may have to purchase it..I wonder if they have it in white too
Lady 2 pesos said…
Very tempting, might be a good look for valentine's day.

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