Monday, April 11, 2011

Fem-animal


I love zebra-print nail patterns. They're simple, fun, and usually fairly fast. For today's nail art, I wanted to do a slightly different twist on it, so I added a 'frame' of hot pink to the edge of the nail. I also did accent nail in polka dots, which breaks up the abundance of zebra pattern. Plus, as an added bonus, I used Color Club Raspberry Rush from the new Color Club Wicked Sweet collection, so they smell delicious! (even through top coat!)


I used American Apparel Cotton as a base, with American Apparel Hassid for the zebra stripes, then framed the nail in Color Club Raspberry Rush. Topped it all off with 2 coats of Seche Vite top coat

43 comments:

  1. Fun! I like the funky outlines. Hard to be original with nail art anymore, but you manage! ;)

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  2. OMG I loooooooooooooove this!

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  3. Ummm...my day planner looks EXACTLY like you nails!!! I love them!

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  4. I've missed your nail designs! Thanks for posting.

    And PS- You got me hooked on Seche Vite..I swear by it!

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  5. Your zebra patterned nails are flawless! and the polka dot accent nail is too cute
    --Great mani!

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  6. Love it! When I was a teenager my bedroom was hot pink and zebra print!!!

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  7. Neat nails! I can see you love your work.

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  8. waaauuu this is super cute! Like it!

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  9. I showed my husband your mani and he thinks it's awesome. ... I do, too :D

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  10. I love the idea of a hot pink border on nails!

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  11. Love it! From afar it looks like you have a neon border around your nails.

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  12. I love the frame! What a great idea!

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  13. Not a big fan of these but they are like the very first ones ever I didn't like ...

    You still rawk.

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  14. Wow!! I totally didn't expect this much of a response on this manicure!! I'm so glad that you guys all like it!!

    Thank you for all your awesome comments!!

    (and Thanks for being honest, Anita!! I really do appreciate it!!) :)

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  15. Almost missed this one!

    What a great way to switch up the standard zebra print nail!

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  16. I love this one! Truth be told I've been following this blog for months and you've really gotten me interested in nail art. Now I do my nails weekly and it's always something different (daily is too much for me!). Anyways I love so many of your designs that I created a file on my computer filled with pictures of designs I've wanted to recreate. Your skill level is above mine no doubt but I only recreated two successfully...Seriously this is my new hobby!

    -mwesterfield098@aim.com

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  17. love this nail.. it is so my style

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  18. I just wanted to say that I LOVE your BLOG!! Please Sub me back!! makeupbyelise.blogspot.com

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  19. Nice work TDN, thanks for a great idea. I did the framing technique on my ring fingers.

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  20. you can do it with gel too??

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  21. Wonderful nails thanks a lot for share, the designs are really cool, you can also find some good stuff on amazon.

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