“This burger is from Pine 22 here in Orlando. Local ground sirloin burger with lettuce, mayo, goat cheese, and charred onions on a sesame bun. Most certainly a 10/10.
The nails are my own creation. Butter’s “Trustafarian” with OPI’s “Here Today Ara-Gone Tomorrow” in fishnet stripes on top. Seche Vite Quick Dry Top Coat, of course.”
Thanks a lot Katyf**kingtanner for our first post from Pine 22 in Orlando! That fishnet looks great!
“I felt like a burger and thought that the Coney Island in Grosse Pointe Farms, MI would be good enough. Got a mushroom and swiss, and I probably should have gone to the Wendy’s across the street. The burger was okay, but the fries were terrible! And I paid extra for them! 4/10
The peacock nails are in honor of the one living in my backyard. Yes, I have a peacock in my backyard. He’s cool. Except for the poop. That’s not so cool. He showed up one New Year’s Day like 6-8 years ago. When the weather gets cold he perches on the deck in front of the kitchen door to get in a little warmth.
DIY: Nailtiques 1 Base Coat, China Glaze Cha Cha Cha, China Glaze Deviantly Daring, China Glaze Agro, China Glaze Splish Splash, Sally Hanson Grass Slipper, China Glaze Turned Up Turquoise, China Glaze Swanky Silk, China Glaze Winter Holly, Seche Vite Top Coat (There was a lot of striping going on…)”
Thanks Merry Merino in Michigan for this post. Great work gathering inspiration from your cold peacock! DISCLAIMER: Lay’s has not given us promotional support for this post.
“Got these minty fresh nails done in LA LA land. The gel brand Gelish was used. Not sure the name of the color but it reminds me of a retro green. I added a design to the ring fingers only. Fancy french tip in white is what I named it. It was hard to keep these nails so fresh eating this 50/50 burger (50%beef/50% bacon burger) from Slaters in Pasadena. I give this massive burger 9/10 and that means a ton coming from the city of burgers.”
50% bacon Becca!? I want to try that! *brb heading to LA*
“The best picture to be salvaged from the low-lit iron shack of Dirty Burger in north London. The cheeseburger (only thing on the menu) is juicy, cheesy and lovely but also very mustardy, I give it 8/10.
My nails are a splash-it-on DIY job in Barry M mint green, a Barry M mint mirrored/sequin glitter that must be ten years old, and Sally Hansen Insta-Dri topcoat - essential when you’ve got six layers of ‘vintage’ varnish happening…”
Thanks Helen! We have yet to check out Dirty Burger, but it’s on the hit list. Looking forward to it now. I really love mustard.
“Nails were done at Angel’s in Gulf Shores, AL. Marlboro inspired. The polishes are OPI but can’t recall the names. The burger is a double quarter pounder with cheese and mayo minus onions from McDonalds. Always a 10 in my book”
Thanks Jasmine! Burger and cigarette inspired nails, a new low on our healthometer!
“My first nailburgerlar submission! This blog rules.
Both nails ‘n burger are DIY.
Pointer ‘n pinkie are suppose to represent burgers but some friends didn’t get it, so, thought I’d note that here.
Pure Ice - Gold Dust (buns ‘n crust color)
Nicole by OPI - Hard-Kourt Fashionista (dark brown for the meat ‘n crust detail + outlines for the fries)
Wet ‘n Wild Megalast - I Red A Good Book
Sinful Colors - Happy Ending (green) & Snow Me White
L.A. Colors Color Craze - Shock (cheesey yellow)
Blackheart Beauty - It’s either Metallic Navy or Slaquer (sorry, there’s no label)”
Thanks a lot a-trail-of-rainbow-carnage for this junk food on funk food submission!