Daily/Weekly Nail Challenge #22: Betsey Johnson Necklace
Today’s theme is Necklace! I am obsessed with Betsey Johnson, and I would die for her jewelry. My bird earrings are my favorite earrings and I can’t wait to get one of her chunky frontal necklaces!
This design is inspired by her Flower Girl Charm Statement necklace. You can see peeks of the black-and-white gingham behind all the bright flowers. :)
Click here to see Kelly’s necklace-inspired nails!
- China Glaze - With Love
- Finger Paints - Micheltangelo
- Studio M - Neon Caution
- Wet n Wild - The Gold and the Beautiful
- Sally Hansen - Golden-I
- Sinful Colors - Unicorn
- Savvy - French Cafe
- Sinful Colors - Black on Black
- Sinful Colors - Snow Me White
Inspired by a skirt I found on Tobi.com. They named the skirt ‘Night Crawl’ and I was obsessed with the name and the pattern. So, in honor of the skirt that’s not in my size, I give you my Nightcrawler nails!
Shaky hands got the best of me tonight, argh.
Fan-brush technique, inspired by a pair of heels I saw at Target!
Daily/Weekly Nail Challenge #16: Queen
Today’s theme is queen! At first I was going to do something relevant to Queen Frostine from CandyLand, but I scrapped that thought and went with Queen Elizabeth II. I may not live in the UK, but Queen Elizabeth II is adored here in the USA! She’s always dressed to the T, yet her outfits are simple and not “busy”. For some reason I wanted my nails to be purple yet keep it in the “simple” category, so I searched until I found a photo of her in purple/violet. To top it off, I debated between rhinestones and a “jelly sandwich”. Sigh.
*The polish I used has a jelly finish, so for it to be completely opaque would take more than the 3 layers I already have on here. I knew if I did any more layers, it would not be pretty.
And, as always and until further notice, disregard the index nail. It’s still jankity. :(
Click here to check out Kelly’s royal nails!
- China Glaze - Creative Fantasy
- Dollar Nail Art - Rhinestones
Leopard-print nails and rhinestones, inspired by the great and wonderful Betsey Johnson!
Abstract design, inspired by an old art project of mine!