Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Revolution Moto Scooter Nails

I am an avid scooter rider (in fact, I don't even own a car!) and my favorite scooter shop is Revolution Moto in Santa Rosa. I worked together with Johnna Gattinella (co-owner of RevMoto) to develop this special glitter topcoat and named it Revolution Moto. It is only for sale at their shop and is available now! Check out the fun manicure I did to launch the new polish:

I painted my nails with Sinful Colors Snow Me White first, then topped most of them with Revolution Moto. On my thumbnail I painted this cute scooter profile with black acrylic paint.

You can see a bit of the shiny bling coming off of my nails in this picture. I think this glitter topcoat looks amazing over hot pink and bright teal. 

Here's another look in the shade. You can see the little rainbows in the glitter, they have a great holographic flash. I was inspired by the awesome disco ball that Johnna has hanging out in front of her shop. Yes, my scooter store has a disco ball. And that is why it rules.

Here are a few bottles of Revolution Moto lined up all pretty like. Revolution Moto polish is $11 per bottle, and available exclusively at Revolution Moto. While you are there getting your polish, be sure to check out their rad scooters. My buddy Coco just bought one so now we are starting our own scooter gang!

Revolution Moto
518 College Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95404

16 comments:

  1. How did you do the scooter nail? Is that something your store offers for sale. Would love to know so I can post it on my own blog - scooterswag.com

    Cheers,
    Tracy

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    1. Hi Tracy! I painted it free hand by looking at the image on the labels. I love using acrylic paints for nail art, I get so much more control. :)

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    2. I was afraid you were going to say that. Freehand? That's insane! Looks incredible.

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    3. Ha ha! Thank you! I have had lots of practice. This would make an awesome nail decal though, someone should get on that. :)

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  2. scooter gang - woohoo! this is a rad post, i love your little thumb scooter!

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    1. Thanks Gnarly Gnails! I am a badass scooter mama! (LOL)

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  3. oh SO pretty!!! I grew up in Santa Rosa but live in Denver now - putting out some calls to friends and family to get some for me! :)

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    1. Excellent! I am glad you were able to pick one up. Apparently they're selling fast! As fast as my rad scooter.

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    1. Of course you do, because you are AWESOME! :D

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  5. Wow, great marketing idea on this polish. I think it is awesome that you weren't afraid to try selling NAIL POLISH in a SCOOTER SHOP. You are very creative, I really admire what you have done with these polishes! I really love the names, since they are so Sonoma. Looks like your recent sale was successful too!

    Great job! : )

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  6. Wow, the scooter is so cute and that polish is awesome! Wish I could get one over here on the East Coast!

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