Monday, 5 November 2012

NOTD: Festive Nails

October-November are two of  my favorite months in whole year mostly because climate changing and month long festivity and togetherness. In India we have several festivals in these 2 months and thus lots of shopping, food and fun :)

Last Friday we celebrated "Karwa Chauth", it's a festival celebrated by Hindu women mostly in north and west India in which they fast(not even drink water) from sunrise to moonrise for the safety and longevity of their husbands. In some regions even unmarried girls also fasts for their fiances or desired husbands. 

Now a days some loving husbands also fasts for their wives like mine :blush:
There is so much more to know about this festival please check here :)

Coming to the mani, this is the first time i applied fake nails as u know one of my nail broke and also i wanted my hand to look beautiful with heena tattoo. Here's my mani:

This is not a perfect application ... i started with pinky; pinky and ring finger nails aren't perfectly shaped from base but then i guess middle and index finger nails are rightly shaped and applied... isn't it??
 base: tip top chic nails cherry's in the snow,
layered one coat of kleancolor chunky holo fuchsia
stamping color: barry m golden foil
stamping  plate: NC02
topped with poshe

 I hope you girls like it... and please suggest tip and tricks for falsies. 



  1. nice mani! tha base layering looks fab! ;)
    i did a similar one and called it home made ruby pumps :D

    1. haha.. i just checked tht :D i was so uncomfortable in stamping over falsies.. every time when i roll over the stamper i thought the nail would come off :D silly me

  2. Looks gorgeous, what a lovely thing to do your future/now husbands!

    Jazz x

    1. thnx :).... yeah it is actually the one of those days when i feel like get dressed for him:)

  3. I love this post.Will you let me know when you publish new one? I can't wait to see it. :)

    maybe we can follow each other?
    if you are in,follow me and let me know. I will follow you asap :)

    1. thnx...subscribe the blog my email and you will get an email whenever i post a new post.

  4. This would be really good for an Indian wedding- it looks like a sari pattern. Very pretty :)

  5. Beautiful. Reminds me of a Benares brocade sari!