Wednesday, April 4, 2012

21st Bday in Vegas Nails

Last night I went to a coworker's house to do some nail art for her and her daughter. They have the same birthday and are headed to Las Vegas to celebrate! Her daughter is turning 21 years old, so we wanted to do something with Vegas/21/and of course BOOZE. So here is what I did!

A 21 with a bit of sparkle on her middle finger, and the Queen of Hearts and an A (for Ace) on her ring finger. Of course, the Queen and an Ace add up to 21! I used a bit of Sally Hansen Nail Prisms Diamond along the smile line and in the sparkles to give it some holo-y goodness.

On her right hand I painted a cocktail with a straw and sparkles on her ring finger, and a pile of poker chips on her middle finger. Again, there's a bit of Sally Hansen Nail Prisms Diamond to bling it up. 

She had already gotten her nails done with the french tips, so it was fairly easy for me to add some nail art on a few fingers. I hope they are lucky for her in Vegas!!

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  1. You did an awesome job on these!

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    1. Thanks Amber! I really like how the Queen turned out. And it was fun trying to show them how to be hand models, LOL. :)

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  2. I want the Queen of Hearts on my nails!!! :)

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    1. I am so happy with how she turned out, Rach! :)

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  3. Thats awesome! best birthday nails ever!

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    1. Thank you Naila Nails! The birthday girl was pretty happy with them. :)

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  4. I approve this in all vegas fashion to the fullest

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    1. Now I am officially approved, yessss!

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  5. They're super cute! I really like the poker chips and cocktail!

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    1. Thank you so much! The straw in the cocktail was the birthday girl's idea, and I like how it looks. :)

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  6. ¡Son preciosas! Yo incapaz de hacer nada parecido.Estás hecha una artista.

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  7. Thank you so much Poemas! The other people at the house where I was doing this art kept asking me if I was an artist, and I have a hard time saying that I am. I don't know why. Maybe it is because I don't have formal training, or because I don't do this as a profession. It's just hard for me to say, "Yes, I am an artist." I am working on getting over this. :)

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