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Posts for May 16th 2011
We first heard of the Campbells in March, and while some of the details have remained a little sketchy since then, it turns out as the San Francisco Chronicle discovered, Kerry might not even be who she says she is, with ABC News reporting that Britney (if that's even her name) has been taken away from her mom. To see a timeline of events, just keep reading.
This was a design I did a few months ago that I really loved. It's basically ripped off completely from Warhol's "Flowers." The colors on my nails don't show well since I used some neons, but they basically looked exactly like the ones in the left part of this picture. I used China Glaze Flip Flop Fantasy, Essie Bright Tights and Shorty Pants, and Nubar Pink Cream for the flowers with a large dotting tool. The base is black with OPI Who the Shrek Are You flicked on with a brush to look like the grass. I also took a very small dotting tool without any polish to dot around the inside of some of the flowers to reproduce the little specks in the original. What do you guys think? have you ever tried to re-create a favorite work of art before? What piece would you love to see reproduced for nails?
Summer is upon us, and that means festivals galore, whether it's your local street fair or any other type of music event. It also just happens to be the perfect time to try out some cool new eye makeup looks. Peep through to see some fun ways you can add a little extra flair to your festival style.
The 1960s were a decade of enormous change. They came in with the Kennedys and ended with Woodstock, and in between everything changed, including the hair. See the 15 styles that marked the era, from the Beatles' mop tops and Jackie Kennedy's pillbox bob to Angela Davis's afro.
Source: Memory Lane