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Something Neat For The Ladies

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bandy, Mar 30, 2011.


  1. Bandy

    Bandy Banned

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    I've seen women do some neat designs on their nails.
    It takes a stead hand and a lot of patience...until now.

    How about putting the polish on water (you read that right), mixing and matching...then creating the design you want...and finally, just dunking the nail in to apply the design.

    Sounds nuts, doesn't it?

    [youtube_browser]OO3NO29L50U[/youtube_browser]

    It looks pretty damned cool really.
     
  2. katie200

    katie200 PetForums VIP

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    Well that's a diffent way pf doing nails lol
     
  3. CharleyRogan

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    Where can I get that done?
     
  4. Gratch

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    You can do it yourself now! Going to grow my nails long again and try it :D
     
  5. CharleyRogan

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    I already have long nails and would want a go of this
     
  6. Gratch

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    Aye looks fairly easy though I would have left out the gold in that design myself. But it looks soooo good afterwards. I usually put nail polish on messily :D
     
  7. Cockerpoo lover

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    Looks good but I wouldn't have the patience to putting it all together in tub for each nail.
     
  8. Sarah+Hammies

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    Looks pretty cool, i might give it a go later :thumbup:
     
  9. Bandy

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    I thought it was just about the neatest thing I'd ever seen.

    Then, my w**d fueled mind began to wonder.....

    just how bored was the gal who figured this out?
    I mean, how bored do you have to be to start putting drops of nail polish in water and swirling it around before the idea strikes you..."Hey, if I stick my nail in that....."

    :tongue_smilie:
     
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  10. Sarah+Hammies

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    :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
  11. vickie1985

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    looks ace! but how bloody time consuming lol
     
  12. Bandy

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    I dunno how you women do it, tbh. EVERYTHING for you, in the way of getting made up, is time consuming.
    :blink:
     
  13. westie~ma

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    I'd need 10 pots of water and another pair of hands :D

    I was thinking the same thing :lol:

    Also, I hope to goodness my dd doesn't see this, she makes enough mess as it is :rolleyes:

    Cool though and cheaper than paying.
     
  14. vickie1985

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    believe me i wouldnt attempt this, i would do 2-3 and then i would get bored and wipe it off!! im rather low maintenence! lol
     
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