I started out with two coats of OPI Funky Donkey, sponged on China Glaze Graffiti Glitter and a small bit of Orly Monster Mash.
Then I used some temporary tattoos I picked up at Meijer for the ring finger accent and then I added “ha ha” with a striping brush.
Here is a close up:
What do you think?
I recently went to the International Salon and Spa Expo in Chicago and I just had to do my nails up!
I used OPI Funky Donkey, which is one of my favorite colors; Orly Cupcakes and Unicorns, Essie Pure Pearlfection, Orly Can’t Be Tamed and one star, picked out and daintily placed from Wet n Wild Stars and Stripes. Then because I have a problem and don’t know when enough is enough, I slapped on two giant roses from NailGrafx.
I love this design so much, it’s so busy! What do you think?
I have a new indie polish to show off today!!
This is from Twisted Fantasy Polish called One Bad Apple over OPI Funky Dunkey. It’s got a massive amount of tiny green micro glitter, with small and medium black hex glitters and an assortment of white square and hex glitters.
It’s completely opaque after three coats, but I prefer it on top of another color, it makes it pop more for me. I really do like it, and I’ve gotten a lot of complements on it this week.
Here is a close up for you:
I wanted to try something similar to a manicure that I’ve already done before. I just adore this color combination. (And please excuse the random glitters, I was trying to fancy it up when I realized it was already busy enough and was too lazy to redo that nail!) I also trimmed up my nails, they were getting a bit too long.
This is OPI’s Funky Dunkey paired with the special Konad blue polish.
Today I’m wearing OPI’s Funky Dunkey from the Shrek Forever After collection with Konad’s paisley print stamp- plate #m60- with their special blue polish. Funky is such a perfect creme purple color. It’s such a perfect true grape, and you’d almost think you colored your finger tips with a Crayola crayon!
(Plus with it being on sale I couldn’t pass it up!!)