Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Disney Princess French - Ariel Inspired

I did these a while back for The Little Mermaid, and they are still some of my favorites on my exhibit project. :) 
I'm working my way through all of the Disney Princesses, as suggested by You're Late For Tea, 2 anonymous followers, and Jessica @ Ruby's Nails.
They are primarily inspired by her waist where the tail meets her navel. (I guess I could have added a belly button) The accent nail is of course her purple shell bra.

Tutorial:
Started with China Glaze Innocence, 2 coats.

Then I did the rest of the details with acrylic paints, but really these shades are so similar to ChG For Audrey and Spontaneous. You could just use those if you have them.

 Add a topcoat!
  The only princess I have left is Tiana from Princess and the Frog, then I'll do one post with links to all.
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33 comments:

  1. OMG, you are sooo precise! I love this manicure!

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  2. Very, very cute and so pretty desing! <3

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  3. I love it!! What a nice idea! =)

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  4. Wow - so cute! I love Disney Princesses. I'm always so impressed by your manicures.

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  5. LOVE! Can't wait to see the next ones :)

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  6. Beautiful.. *-*

    http://cassiakizzy.blogspot.com/2012/01/amostras-gratis.html

    Kisses..
    =*

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  7. This is so adorable, love it!

    Just letting you know that I have awarded you with the Cute Blog Award. :)

    http://amberdunson.blogspot.com/2012/01/i-got-cute-blog-award.html

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  8. I am loving these funky frenches! They are so creative.

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  9. Oh so super cute! I did make-up looks for all the princesses this past Halloween and boy can it be a challenge towards the end. Don't forget some of the lesser princesses like Pocahontas. I can't wait to see what you come up with.

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  10. How the heck did you do the white accents on the blue fingers? SOOOOO tiny! Amazing. This is a really lovely manicure, and it just hints at princesses but you recognize it right away when it is pointed out. AWESOME!

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  11. Thx everyone!
    @The Lacquered Lady - I did pocahontas just the other day : http://www.polishartaddiction.blogspot.com/2011/12/pocahontas.html

    @Sonoma Bento- I just used the very end of my striping brush, and it ended up basically being a dot that I drug each direction ;)

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  12. Love it! Thanks so much for doing this!

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  13. Gorgeous! I really like it! Regards

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  14. Oooh i love these so much. They look so lovely. One of my favourites yet!
    Thanks for taking my suggestion on board!
    xxx

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  15. OMG! This is so fun and girly! I must try this ASAp!

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  16. These are so pretty!!! I can't wait to see all of them together. Will have to try some for sure :)

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  17. This very fun, simple, and unique at the same time !

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  18. What about Winnie the Pooh and Speed Racer for those of us that are a little older. Who framed Roger Rabbit?

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  19. I am over a year late in responding to this post. But I just discovered your blog and I am amazed at your skill and uniqueness! I am super impressed at your creativity and adapting cartoons into nail art. Especially DISNEY! I love both and I can't believe I never thought of incorporating it into my nail art!
    This is one of my favorites from your site. It's so simple but its absolutely Ariel and just amazing! I am in awe! :D

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