NOTD: Polka Dots

Hello Girls!

This time I wanted to show you my new manicure. Actually I've been sporting it for 3 days and it is now in a really bad condition. Since I really loved the glittery french manicure and wanted to do something like that, I went for a chevron french with polka dots :) 

P.S. I've been hauling ... a lot ;)

XOXO Parisky


ipehishere said...

omfg soo cool!! how u made those 'dot' ??

Tali said...

OMG i love those nails.. this is my favourite nail look ive ever seen on a blog! Great one hon.. your nails must be getting a lot of compliments! xx

Michelle said...

Really nice! I love french manicures like this, super funky!

Jo said...

I love the polka dotted tips! Wish I could do this :)

rhaindropz said...

oh i love it =)

ThRiSzHa said...

love that polka dot french tip

Katrina said...

thats so pretty!

Kimberly said...

There's something so 'Betty Paige' about this one. It's a new twist on a classic. Love it!

Laura said...

Great manicure!

Sara.H said...

Oohhh this is so pretty.. Love it ^ ^

Tassa said...

Pretty! :)

susies1955 said...

I was just looking at the polish on my rack yesterday. Should have tried it. :)
Your mani is perfect.

Dorotea said...

So cute :D

Ana @ Ana na S said...

Not bad! ;)

missylilarose said...

Hihi So cuute ! I love iiit =)

Jian said...

I love it!! =D

I am so crap at doing any kind of nail art though, even polka dots T_T

Helena (XOXO Parisky) said...

ipehishere: I made them with a dotter :) It's from Essence and it's called nail art stylist.

Thank you Tali! Well they didn't get much compliments as I was studying all the time (almost) :/

Michelle: Thank you :)

Jo: Thank you. You should try, it's easy peasy :)

rhaindropz: Thank you.

ThRiSzHa: Thank you ;)

Katrina: Thank you!

Kimberly: You're right! It'has a little bit of pinup in it :) Thank you.

Thank you Laura!

Thank you Sara.H :)

Tassa: Thank you!

Susie: How sweet! Thank you :)

Thank you Dorotea :)

Ana: Hahaha thx ;)

Missylilarose: Hehe thank you :)

Jian: Thank you! It can't be that bad! Try with a toothpick (cut it and use the flat end for bigger dots).