I know some of you are planning a Whovian-themed costume. You are. I see you out there. So how about a little inspiration for what to do with your nails if you are a little Pond-fond...
OPI Color Paints Indigo Motif
China Glaze White on White
Blue Eyed Girl Lacquer Love Makes You Do the Wacky
The crack in the wall was a big plot device for the Age of Pond. If you go back and watch, (spoilers sweetie) you see it here and there...and it is just perfect for a subtly Whovian costume. Because really, what is Halloween without a dash of The Doctor?
What ideas do you have for costumes? I'm still hard at work for the wee folk, and haven't given a thought to my own...yet.
Oh, and in my searches I stumbled across this. Highly accurate now.
I wanted to be Maleficent but I was too lazy to start prep early enough to make that a good costume, so now I'm gonna be a dinosaur.ReplyDelete
why not both? Dino mask and Maleficent robe?Delete
This looks so good, and a lovely subtle reference at that!ReplyDelete
Pretty mani! Shamefully, I've never seen doctor who :(ReplyDelete
Its not for everyone...but I do love it.Delete
This is beautiful!ReplyDelete
As for a costume, my toddler, infant and I are going to be foxes. If only I could talk the hubby into dressing up with us!
Tell him to dress as a hunter!Delete
Love this! I don't really do Halloween costumes. My husband and I are such homebodies! I think the last time I dressed up (like forever ago), I did an ancient Egyptian costume.ReplyDelete
We wouldnt be going out if not for these tiny creatures!Delete
These are awesome! I just can't get into Doctor Who but I can definitely appreciate these nails still. :)ReplyDelete
Ohhh, I like these! You've got me contemplating rewatching Doctor Who now....I missed the last season and have been trying to watch it, but I feel like I don't remember anything that happened. So...yeah, probably going to start re-watching it from the beginning haha!ReplyDelete
Last season was...different. I'm ready for a new companion, lets just say that.Delete
A lot of fun and a great subtle Who mani! I don't dress up, but my munchkin is insisting on being Wonder Woman. So that will be fun!ReplyDelete
You should definitely dress up. A mask at least!Delete
I am not a WHO fan but I love these! My kiddies AND myself dress up. This year we have a Strawberry Shortcake, Raggedy Ann, and a Ninja. I am super excited!ReplyDelete
Yay! The wee folk demand we dress up, and usually we just dress up as zombies...since that only requires a bit of makeup. I might make a mask this year though...if I have time.Delete
Very cool, and of course it's blue so that makes it even better.ReplyDelete
I love the mani despite not knowing the exact reference. I do understand the blue, but that's about it. But I think it's nice and abstract :D Halloween isn't really a thing here, but a few years ago I hosted a Halloween party for my US friends and I went as a Queen of Evil :DReplyDelete
These look so good even for someone who may not know the reference.ReplyDelete
I need to start watching Dr. Who. I feel like I am missing a world of pop culture references.ReplyDelete
What a nicely done mani! Love it!ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
I don't watch the Dr Who series so thank you for showing us the picture of the crack! I love your mani!ReplyDelete
I've not watched DR Who but I can really appreciate the maniReplyDelete
Ahhhhhhhhh!!!!! I love the inspiration and your execution is FLAWLESS. This is amazing and I'm going to excitedly show it to everyone I can get to listen to me. I love that it's got extra details. Multidimensional? Interdimensional?!ReplyDelete
For Halloween this year I will probably go as a tired mom bringing her kids around the neighborhood. lol You did a great job on the mani. I haven't watched Dr Who yet but it's on my list in Netflix.ReplyDelete
seems like everyone i know is into dr. who. maybe i should sit down and watch at least one episode.ReplyDelete