50’s diner themed nails

By on May 27, 2013 in Nail Art

Hi,

I am taking part of the She who does nail art Facebook group challenge and this week’s theme is the 50’s. Being born much much later than the 50’s, I don’t have any experience of how life was back then. However, I have been in places, still very similar looking as in the 50’s, American diners.

Diner/ Photography by Ariadna Bach.

Most traditional diners have checkered floors, a jukebox and delicious food. I can’t put any delicious food on my nails but I can put some checkered patterns, jukebox and imaginary music. Here they are:

50s themed nails image
50’s diner themed nails.
50s themed nails image
50s themed nails image

I used too many polishes to list, however if you see a color you really fancy feel free to ask and I’ll give you the name. I am not sure how “real” the jukebox looks lol, but it was really fun to create so I think it was worth a try.

I am excited to see what other nail artists created for their 50’s look, check them out below:

Thanks for reading and have a great day!


24 Comments

Char

May 27, 2013 @ 11:32

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That's so creative! Love it! x

Nail Lacquer

May 27, 2013 @ 14:14

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Thanks you Char! :)

Lisa Robinson

May 27, 2013 @ 17:56

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Ohh these look fab. Very 50's and detailed.

Jasmine (TheHappySlo

May 28, 2013 @ 03:53

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Oooh I love the juke box design!

ミュウミュウ ブレスレット

November 27, 2013 @ 11:48

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dittoes」の本格的な製品の必要がありますより方法と手段。意味するかもしれない時々不可能に近くなるを行う場合に財布最も確かに、良い偽。 ヴィトン 斜めがけ
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January 3, 2014 @ 19:17

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