Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Vegas Mani Pedi

Hey everyone! Pardon my laziness the past few weeks, but I am definitely back to blogging. My trip to Las Vegas was just way too much fun and I have to admit, being on vacation made me a tad bit lazy (if you couldn't tell). So what did I do in Vegas, you ask?

 Everything.

There were definitely a few drunken nights and tons of sight seeing. My friend and I stayed on the strip at the hotel Tropicana which ironically was right across the street from the hotel New York, New York. So basically, the view from our  hotel was the New York Skyline. Anyone think its ironic that I traveled over 2,000 miles to get out of New York, to come to Vegas and still have a view of New York? I give up, I can't escape the place.

Anyway, both my friend and I are Cirque Du Soleil fans so while in Vegas we saw One, the Michael Jackson show and Zumanity, both of which I HIGHLY recommend. What else? There was tons of eating, lots of buffets (definitely go to the Bacchanal at Caesar's Palace), lots of swimming, and shopping! I also want to mention I was lucky enough to miss the heatwave New York had a few weeks ago an enjoy the nice dry Las Vegas dry weather. I didn't sweat for a week!

All in all the trip was amazing and there was lots of silliness involved.

And because you are all tired of hearing about my amazing vacation, I thought I would share the  mani/pedi I wore for my trip. The super bright pink is from China Glaze  and is appropriately entitled, Shocking Pink. I love this color because it is super obnoxious, but in a totally good way. Life is too short to wear boring colors, right? And to spice the mani up (I was headed to Las Vegas after all) I added a cheetah print on my ring finger using a Mash stamping plate!

What do you guys think? Does this say Las Vegas or what?!




China Glaze - Shocking Pink
Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Xtreme Wear - Black Out
Maybelline Color Show - Bold Gold (stamping)
Mash 40 - Cheetah



2 comments:

  1. Ha ha. It seems you can't get New York out of your system even though you were in Vegas. Well, at least next time you'd have an idea where to stay and where not to stay. Hope all your silliness during your trip was put to good use!
    Marci Deegan @ Twin Pine Casino & Hotel

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