Hi out there, I’ve been wanting to do Futurama nails for ever, I think I say that about nearly every mani I post! So what better time than for the Lacquer Legion theme this month of Fandom.


I started with a minty green base, by using one coat of Loreal ” Wasabi Hint” and putting a coat of Sally Hansen “Mint Sorbet” over the top. I painted the outline of Fry and Leila in black acrylic paint and filled in the colours with nail polish. I was going to leave it here, but then decided Β it would be cool to add some buildings, to look like the opening credits. I did this using plate BM-414 and stamped with Rimmel “Grey Matter”, then Rimmel “Man Overboard” and finished with a deep charcoal no name polish. Stamping the colours from light to dark. Β I’m happy with this one, I can tick it off my to do list!


Filed under Fake nails, Fun!, handpainted nail art, Stamping

17 responses to “Futurama…

  1. These are absolutely fantastic!! And I love Futurama!

  2. Christina W.

    I love the effect you did on the buildings! Did you simply use a lighter gray for the buildings in the back and a darker one for the ones in the front? So beautiful!

  3. These are awesome! I used to watch this show growing up too.

  4. nailcrazy69

    awesome, but i don’t expect anything less from you ❀

  5. Ana

    That buildings-in-the-distance gradient? Superb.

  6. Kattbelly

    Amazing-as usual πŸ˜‰

  7. They look so cool! And I love these buildings!!

  8. XlinaXMX

    Hey! I nominated you for the Beauty Blogger of the Month!
    You can find all the rules and all that by reading my post and visiting Cecilia’s Corner


  9. You are amazing πŸ™‚ I just discover your page today and I’m staying β™₯(Λ†βŒ£Λ†Τ…)

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