Wow Nafrayou! What a great look, and so striking on that black bun! Maybe this will catch on with the Burger Kings here in the UK?
"Hello dears here is my submission from Japan ! Geometric pointy nails create by ladysonails salon. French style with white black and yellow lines. burger was so amazing named the kuro ninja burger from Burger King japan. It’s a special edition limited with black bread and a big tonge of bacon ! Enjoy"
"Enchanted A Little Fishy Told me, The Hungry Asian Mumbling to accent and a nice burger made at home"
Thanks wineandpizza, a nice holo look!
"This is my first attempt with gold glitter nail wraps from New Look. They’re basically shiny sandpaper so I calmed them down with two coats of OPI fast dry topcoat.
The burger is a cheeseburger with American cheese (and extra ketchup) from Byron in Hoxton, London. Not the most exciting burger but it always hits the spot, 7/10.”
Thanks a lot Helen! I like how this picture captures the glitter from your nails as well as the glitter from the Byron Bun!
Sara, Dana, Stephanie and Millie show us an amazing deconstructed take on our theme! I’ll let them explain;
"Each manicure represents a different component of a burger: beef, pickles, tomatoes, and ketchup + mustard. The burgers are from Darcy’s Cart - an independent street vendor that brings tasty, locally sourced food to Ann Arbor, Michigan. These burgers were a 10.”
"Nailz done while visiting friends Berlin. As you can’t take nail polish in your hand luggage on the plane, I used 99¢ nail polish and coconut scented top coat bought from Rossman pharmacies. The burger is from Yellow Sunshine, a 100% vegan fast food joint. This particular one is called The Lapland Burger. Shortly after eating we were accidentally caught up in an anarchist punk demonstration, which is the perfect ending to my vegan eating experience.”
Thanks so much Cocolapalm for this great meat-free Monday post!
"I did these for a LBD party I went to! The color is Tire Jack by Sephora by OPI with some green rhinestones!
The burger is from the Wheelhouse in the Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh! I’m pretty sure it was called the cowboy burger. It had BBQ sauce on it which is basically the way to my heart. I gave it an 8/10!”
Thanks a lot Natalie!