Election 2012: Rock The Vote Nail Art

While the DNC was in town I attended a Rock the Vote event. Sure there was music, and food, and DNC themed cocktails but everyone was there for the same reason; to get young people registered to vote. Voter registration deadlines are quickly approaching around the country with North Carolina’s deadline being Friday. So if you’re still not registered, what are you waiting for! For more info on registration deadlines for all states click here!

Anyway, on to the point of this post. I’ve done both Obama and Romney themed nail art but as the election draws closer I wanted to do some more general, nonpartisan nails. I figured voting was something we could all agree on!

The polishes I used for this look include Ulta Snow White and L’Oreal Jet Set to Paris. To write “VOTE” and draw the box I used a red striper and for the check mark I used a silver striper. Overall, a very simple nail art design, but effective none the less!

Anyway, as always there are more swatches below the jump! And make sure to Rock the Vote this November :)

 

 

 

5 thoughts on “Election 2012: Rock The Vote Nail Art

  1. I love your blog and I love this post. I’m also in NC. I am all about rocking the vote. It doesn’t matter who people vote for they just need to exercise their right to vote!

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  4. […] As a special guest I have Alli’s Election Day Mani too! She posed with her I Voted sticker – I lost mine by the time I got to my car – boo! She used my all time favorite drug store red: Wet n Wild Red Red and a big lemming of mine: L’Oreal Jet Set to Paris. For the accent nail she used Essie No Place Like Chrome topped with Love & Beauty Tinsel Town. The vote box took center stage in her Rock the Vote Manicure. […]

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