Saturday, August 25, 2012
This weekend is Artstreet, an annual Green Bay "fair" featuring over 200 local artists, musicians, and plenty of crab rangoon and funnel cake. Artstreet is one of my favorite things about the summer even though I know it means that summer is comming to an end. For my homage to Artstreet I splatter-painted my nails as many artstreet posters are wont ot do. First I put on a white base coat and then I wrote Artstreet and scribbled on top in orange, pink and yellow.
My right pinkie was left over so I painted it black and splatter painted it for something a little different. Unfortunately I was unable to go to Artstreet today but I plan to go tomorrow and enjoy everything it has to offer.
Saturday, August 18, 2012
Today I attended a concert held in honor of my friend Jesse. This concert was organized to raise money for Jesse who was jumped earlier in the summer and ended up in the emergency room. Jesse had been badly hurt and had to have his jaw wired shut for two weeks. He is now much better but the hospital bills were astronomical so the concert was a fun way for everyone to chip in and help him out. The concert was entitled Stop the Violence and featured many local musicians. So this is my tribute to Jesse. Glad you're okay man.
Saturday, August 11, 2012
I guess I'm still in vacation mode because this week's manicure features a sunset beach scene.
To create the sand I mixed a tan polish with a coppery polish and some salt I used the flat end of an orange stick to mix and apply the "sand."I created the water by mixing a dark blue with a sheer,sparkly green and applied it with a sponge (the tip of an eyeshadow applicator.) To make the sunset I started with a sheer purple base then mixed a metalic mauve and yellow and applied it with a sponge on top and then in the center I added an extra dab of yellow with the other side of the sponge - still an eyeshadow applicator. The manicure turned out pretty good considering I did my nails in the light from my bedside lamp and couldn't really see what I was doing, but I guess that's why it's good to use a sponge it makes all smudging and mixing look intentional.
|Salt and Nailpolish aka sand|
Friday, August 10, 2012
They are long, a helathy white-ish color and nearly breakage free. I felt that it was appropriate to shoot them in nature because my nails are au natural (well, almost, I do have a clear coat on.) Okay, I'll post again tomorrow only with an actual manicure.
|A picture form my vacation (School House Beach, Washington Island)|