12 Days Of Christmas Nail Art: Red and Green

Good morning, how are you? It’s Saturday and it’s going to be a crazy weekend for me, so I’ve gotta hop to it this morning. 😉

Today’s prompt is red and green: talk about free form! Sometimes I don’t do so good with the free form (or the talking, as it turns out). Anyway, I wanted to go with a vintage look, so I decided to go with a minty/bright green with bright red and stark white.

Sally Hansen Perfect Pearing, Red Snapper, White On | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I started off with 3 coats of Sally Hansen Perfect Pear-ing on all fingers except my ring finger. Perfect Pear-ing is a really lovely minty green but dang it hates to self-level! On my ring finger, I’ve used Sally Hansen White On (2 coats). Then using Sally Hansen Red Snapper, I created dots and stripes! I ended up free handing the stripes, so they aren’t too straight, but dang it, I was in a hurry!

Let’s see what everyone else had in mind for today:

What do you think about this? I’d love to know! I know that I’ve been doubling up on posts every day lately, and I apologize, but I have a lot of posts to get through before the end of the year. Let me know your thoughts – are two posts a day too much?


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I’m also participating in the annual holiday nails blog hop hosted by The Sparkle Queen:

34 thoughts on “12 Days Of Christmas Nail Art: Red and Green

  1. This look is adorable!! I don’t mind that you’ve been double posting! I double post all the time….so I can’t really be against it or else that’d be kind of lame of me…..but the more nails the better in my opinion! So keep them coming! (:

  2. These are one of my favorite red-and-green shade combos for Christmas!
    In regards to two posts a day–If you want/need to go for it. If it will burn you out, then that’s no good either. I’m glad when I can keep up two posts per week 😉

  3. Pingback: 12 Days of Christmas Nail Art: Nativity Scene | Be Happy and Buy Polish

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