Week 2 – French Tip Mani

“Are you classy, funky, modern or trendy! Your french tip does not have to be just 1 white line!”

I’m actually most on the classy side, but took my chance. This is my take on the classic French Mani….I use Turquoise (114) from Isadora on the tips and covered the whole nail with Glistening Snow from Claudia. The 2 first photos are without the Claudia polish and the last to with it so you can see the difference!

And clumsy as I am I managed to destroy two of the nails after photographing them! The last photo shows my middle finger without the shimmer…. These are two of the colors that I found in my “untried” drawer and they are now considered tried and gets to move up to their other tried friends!!

Hope you enjoyed!


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7 Responses to Week 2 – French Tip Mani

  1. Jenna Froggy says:

    O.o I love this one. It looks really good. To bad you messed them up. I always hate when I do thatI have my pictures all ready for tomorrow. I can't wait to post them, but am to sleepy to do it tonight. ^_^

  2. Awww, I love these, they're so cute 🙂

  3. kerrie says:

    so pretty and your freehand tips are great too!

  4. sammycx says:

    i love that blue! its gorgeous!!www.myladyboudoir.blogspot.com

  5. Marie G says:

    I love it to! This is probably the best blue in my collection!

  6. KB says:

    I love how neat your french tip line is. And the color choice is great!

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