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Girly Girl Nail Art Challenge - Chick Flicks

Hello lovelies!

So 2 movies immediately sprung to my mind for this challenge... To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar and The Pajama Game. Maybe not the most conventional chick flicks but they're my kinda movies.


To Wong Foo stars Wesley Snipes, Patrick Swayze (RIP) and John Leguizamo as three drag queens (yes you read that right) travelling across country. But when their car breaks down in a small down they get more than they bargained for.


I love this movie and it always makes me lol.


To Wong Foo Mani
Polishes Used:
Color Club - Red-ical Gypsy
Color Club - Flamingo
Color Club - Sunrise Canyon
Color Club - Almost Famous
Color Club - Mamba
Rhinestones 



The Pajama Game is my favourite Doris Day movies! Doris stars as Babe Williams a Union Rep in a Pajama making factory and when a new foreman starts she finds herself falling in love with him.


Pajama Game Mani
Polishes Used:
Sinful Colors - Snow Me White
Delush Polish - Hippty Hop
Pink Nail Art Pen (cuz I don't have red)


I love a good musical and this is just that! I actually used this as inspiration for my tattoo.

Comments

  1. I don't know which style I prefer! They are both fantastic!!

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  2. OMG, Wong Foo is one of my favorite movies!!! Perfect nail representation!

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  3. like your nail art - haven't seen these movies though :)

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    1. They're perfect feel good movies for an otherwise rotten day =) xo

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  4. LOVE To Wong Foo!!! One of my fave movies, so funny! Love the nails hun ;)

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    1. Thank you so much! It's an under-rated movie but I love it! xo

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