Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Some Holiday Manicures for the Festive Fingers Contest

After reading about Nicole by OPI's festive Fingers contest, I REALLY wanted to find the perfect holiday mani to submit. Here are a couple that I really like:




This is China Glaze Mommy Kissing Santa with Orly Hair Band as a glitter gradient on the tips.



This was the beginning of the following manicure - gold French tips done with OPI Glitzerland. Then I stamped the holly leaves in Jolly Holly using a Bundle Monster plate and dotted the berries first in OPI Royal Rajah Ruby then in China Glaze Red Pearl.



Which one is your favorite and which one should I submit to the festive fingers contest? Help me decide!

9 comments:

  1. I love the first one best but I think you should enter the last one! :)

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  2. I like the second one more! (:

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  3. Oh noooo, I can't decide either. :( They're both festive and fantastic -- fantastive? festastic?

    ...Good luck choosing.

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  4. I just love the first mani, you've done such a great job on getting the glitter to look so neat!

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  5. The first one looks the best but the last is the most creative!

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  6. Oh Gosh I just came across your blog and realized I did the same mani recently hehe :) Check
    here if you want :) :)

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  7. omg, you totally read my mind! I purchased Glitzerland in August and since then I had envisioned a gold french tip mani with it! I never ended up getting around to it though. looks great on you!

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  8. Hi there! I *love* the first one! I tried to do it, and it did not look as nice as yours :) Do you have any tips to offer, or a tutorial on your site? I poked around a bit, but did not see anything. Thanks! ~Tara

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  9. I loved the first one, but HOW'D YOU DO IT? I like how it blends. I don't like lines.

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