Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Let Down Your Hair!


I'm sure that if you watch TV at all, you've been seeing commercials for a little movie called 'Tangled' by a small, up-and-coming film company called 'Disney'. ;) For those living in a cave, Tangled is a movie about the story of Rapunzel, and is an animated feature. I was lucky enough to get a couple of advance tickets to it tonight, so of course my roommate and I went. (along with 2 medium (read: gallon sized) sodas, and a large tub of popcorn with layered butter) I have to say, the movie was adorable, and I highly recommend checking it out when it comes out November 24!

For today's nail design, I did the tower from the movie with Rapunzel's hair flowing out of the window onto the other 4 nails.


I used American Apparel Manila as a base for the hair nails, with American Apparel Manila and MAC Brown Bag marbled over it. For the tower nail, I used Zoya Yummy as a base, with Orly Mirror, Mirror as a base for the tower, shaded with Essence Pointbreak, and highlighted with American Apparel Cotton. For the roof, I used American Apparel Mount Royal and Nubar Milk Chocolate Creme for the wood beams. For the greenery for the background and growing up the tower, I used Zoya Shawn. Topped it off with 2 coats of Seche Vite top coat. Sorry it looks a little bubbly, my seche is getting ollllld and cloudy. Time for a new bottle!

BTW, for those that are like me....there's nothing after the credits. We waited. lol

13 comments:

  1. This mani is cute cute!! The water marble really works to suggest flowing hair. I like it a lot!
    It sucks there's nothign after the credits. wW always wait to see if there's an Easter egg. Ah well...

    I love animation, so much that we're going to the Red Stick International Animation Festival tomorrow! (And Friday and Saturday!) We've been going for like the last 6 years, and we LOVE it!I think they're screening this there, so I'll think of you when we go!

    I was going to do a RSIAF mani tonight, but realized I'm too damn tired, so I went with a blood red and may paint the stick man from the logo tomorrow.

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  2. i'm going to watch it from your recommendation !!! yay!

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  3. Here in Brazil we call the "fingernails marble," was beautiful!

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    Could seguir.Já followed you.

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  4. Girl..you are good. Every time I see your new nail pictures I squeal like a girl!! (for the record I am a girl) You are truly amazing.

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  5. I say the same Dye-A-Graham did: you are good!
    Loved these today nails!

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  6. have you tried seche restore? usually halfway through a bottle i need the restore to bring the vite back to life!

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  7. How many bottles of seche vite have you gone through this year? :D

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  8. Really want to see Tangled! Saw the trailer for it while waiting for another movie to start, looked awesome. :) And I always wait for the credits to finish, so thanks for the tip!

    Really cool mani! The marbling looks so pretty.

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  9. wow that tower, how can you make so many details on a little nail! i'd love to see that movie

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  10. I watched Tangled the other day. Loved it! The animals were hilarious as well! Thanks to you, I'm going to do a Tangled inspired nails too! Just something simple though :)

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