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missladyfinger:

MANICURE MUSE: Louis Vuitton AW’12
As expected, Marc Jacobs pulled out all the bells and whistles for Louis Vuitton’s Fall ‘12 collection. The show started with a vintage locomotive train car that actually pulled into the Cour Carrée du Lourve. Models stepped off with accompanying porters carrying the signature LV luggage. One of my favorite looks from the show was this eye-catching oversized coat. The color combination and the new play on paisley gave the collection an uplifting note to the buttoned-up ladylike looks… not to mention— it sparkles!
To emulate this look, I used Orange Creamsicle by Avon and I Don’t Bite by OPI. 
To get these ladyfingers:
1. Start with a full orange nail
2. Using a fine nail art brush, paint two rows of shapes with the tips going in the same direction
3. Apply 1-2 shapes in between your two rows with the tips facing the other direction
4. Using a dotter (or a bobby pin) fill the empty spaces between the shapes with a small dot
5. Top it off with top coat
(Photo: Elle.com)

missladyfinger:

MANICURE MUSE: Louis Vuitton AW’12

As expected, Marc Jacobs pulled out all the bells and whistles for Louis Vuitton’s Fall ‘12 collection. The show started with a vintage locomotive train car that actually pulled into the Cour Carrée du Lourve. Models stepped off with accompanying porters carrying the signature LV luggage. One of my favorite looks from the show was this eye-catching oversized coat. The color combination and the new play on paisley gave the collection an uplifting note to the buttoned-up ladylike looks… not to mention— it sparkles!

To emulate this look, I used Orange Creamsicle by Avon and I Don’t Bite by OPI. 

To get these ladyfingers:

1. Start with a full orange nail

2. Using a fine nail art brush, paint two rows of shapes with the tips going in the same direction

3. Apply 1-2 shapes in between your two rows with the tips facing the other direction

4. Using a dotter (or a bobby pin) fill the empty spaces between the shapes with a small dot

5. Top it off with top coat

(Photo: Elle.com)