Samstag, 25. Januar 2014

[Nail Art] Chúc Mừng Năm Mới 2014

Wir nähern uns Tết Leute!
Dieses Jahr ist das Jahr des Pferdes, das voller Bewegung und Dynamik ist. Natürlich habe ich wieder ein paar Nageldesign vorbereitet und hoffe ich schaff es euch alle zu zeigen. Meine Eltern werden dann anfang nächster Woche bánh chưng machen und ich freue mich auch schon auf Gặp Nhau Cuối Năm 2014 und natürlich die roten Umschläge hihi

Für dieses Nageldesign wollte ich ausnahmsweise mal kein Rot verwenden, deswegen durfte mein neuer Lack her: Gold/White Glitter von H&M. Gosh, warum haben die von H&M nur so schrecklich langweilige Namen? O_o Ich nenn ihn...Zahltag. Das ist ein guter Name. Naja, zumidest für dieses Design. Ich wünsche euch immer viel Geld in der Tasche (oder auf der Bank) ^.^ Sieht es nicht so aus als würde Geld vom Himmel fallen? Dazu noch etwas Schnee, da wir praktisch gesehn noch Winter haben. Oder ich nenn den Lack Tiền vô như nước (= Das Geld soll fließen wie Wasser). Das wünscht man sich bei uns u.a. zum Neujahr, sowie Einen guten Rutsch! und blabla. Ich schweife total ab -.- Zum Nageldesign also: Unschwer zu erkennen ist das Pferd an meinem Mittel-&Ringfinger. Darauf bin ich sehr stolz. Seht doch nur diese prächtige Mähne an! Einfach fabolous. Und es schaut so glücklich. So soll das neue Jahr auch sein. So wird es (hoffentlich) sein. Am Zeigefinger steht 2014 für den Fall das ihr es nicht erkennen könnt und an meinem Daumen steht Chúc Mừng Năm Mới, Frohes Neues Jahr auf vietnamesisch. Tết, chinesisches Neujahr und Lunar New Year sind übrigens alles das Selbe. Es gibt nur Unterschiede darin wie es wo gefeiert wird, doch im Endeffekt feiern wir alle das neue Jahr. Damit sollten dann auch die letzten Ungereimtheiten geklärt sein. Falls ihr noch Fragen habt, könnt ihr sie gerne stellen. Außerdem würde es mich brennend interessieren wie das Lunar New Year in eurem Land gefeiert wird (falls ihr es feiert natürlich)!
Chinese New Year Nail Art 2014 Year of the Horse
Tết is just around the corner guys!
This year is the year of the horse which is full of movements and dynamic. I've prepared some nailarts for this holiday and will hopefully be able to show them all to you. My parents will start making bánh chưng next week and I can't wait to watch Gặp Nhau Cuối Năm 2014 and of course I'm excited for the little red envelopes hihi

For this design I wanted to refrain from using red so I choose my new glitter polish from H&M which is called Gold/White Glitter. Gosh, why do H&M polishes have such boring names? O_o I will call this one... payday. That's a good name. Well, at least for this design. I wish you prosperity ^.^ Doesn't it look like money is falling from the sky? Plus some snow flakes since we still have winter actually. Or I just call this polish Tiền vô như nước (= May money flow in like water). It's one of the greetings we say in vietnamese on Tết. Waah~ I should focus on the nail art. So...yeah, obviously I have a horse on my middle-&ringfinger. I'm very proud of how it turned out. Look at its mane! Too fabolous! And it looks so happy, doesn't it. Just like how the new year should be. Will hopefully be. On my pointer I have 2014, just in case you can't read it and on my thumb I have Chúc Mừng Năm Mới which is Happy New Year in vietnamese. Oh, by the way, Tết, chinese new year and lunar new year are all the same. There are only differences in how it is celebrated  but we all welcome the new year in the end. In case you still have questions about Tết feel free to ask me. And I'm really interested how the Lunar New Year is celebrated in your country so please let me know (in case you do celebrate it of course)!

Have a great weekend!
Anhy


nail polishes used:
Base: L.A. colors Pearl / H&M Glitter nail polish Gold/White Glitter
Horse: p2 last forever 052 goodnight kiss (body) / p2 color victim 160 classy (mouth) / essence colour&go 155 red ahead (mane)

For the Lunar New Year nails from the previous years click here

Kommentare:

  1. Das sieht super aus und ja es sieht wirklich aus wie Geld das vom Regen fällt. Das Pferd ist super geworden, erinnert mich ein bisschen an Fruits Basket. Mir gefallen die Tierkreiszeichen viel besser als unsere normalen, vor allem weil ich ein Tiger bin :D Was für ein Tier bist du?

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    1. Hihi Jetzt wo du es sagst, erinnert es mich auch an Fruits Basket xD Ich hab für das Pferd irgendeine Vorlage im Internet verwendet lol Bin übrigens Schlange ^-^

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  2. Süß ^-^ !
    Mag diesen Lack total gern :) Und die Kombi aus gold und weiß sowieso. Gibt es ihn noch oder hast du ihn schon lange und wie teuer war er ca :))

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    1. Den müsste es noch geben, hab ihn anfang des Monats erst gekauft =) Er kostet so ca. 4€. Ich wollt mir denmächst noch mehr H&M Lacke holen, manchmal findet man da richtige Schätze :D

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  3. awe~ we have korean new year next week too :)
    Have a great holidays!

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    1. Thank you! How is the korean NY called acutally? =)

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  4. Hahaha I love your name for the polish way more. Could they really not think of a better name then "gold/white glitter"? I feel like someone was naming that polish on a monday morning! You did a crazy good job on the horse though, well done! Great source of inspiration!

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words! Hihi Defnitely someone who named the polish on a monday morning xD They should have hire me to name their polishes haha

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  5. Hi, beautiful nail art! Truly awesome! Also great and interesting to hear about your tradition (which some of it I btw haven't even heard of!! Like the red envelope for example) I really like that you've implemented the traditions in your nail art, the whole post become both beautiful and interesting and educative. In sweden we don't celebrate enything like this. (we have the new year at 31 december-1 January but that's it)

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    1. Aww glad you found it interesting! I think lunar new year is only celebrated in Asia/by asians since we still celebrate traditional holidays based on the lunar calendar... but I'm not 100% sure though. =/

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  6. WOW! This rocks! What an amazing job. :)

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  7. First the nail art, aw... i super duper love it! Such proud manes indeed! ^.^ I think you did a really splendid job with this nail art. Everything in there just clicks. Urgh.. what money? I see gold bars falling instead! Wish you a prosperous new year ahead as well! This nail art, easily one of my favourites from you :)

    Second, loving both the names you thought of for the polish! Hahaha these days its just too plain to call colours as they are. And yes, they should totally hire you for names already! ;D

    Third, CNY/Lunar New Year celebration in Malaysia varies. Because in Chinese society there are different dialects. Each dialect have their own way to welcome the New Year. Well, what's standard I guess is the Chinese New Year Eve reunion dinners. Where most gather at father's side grandmother's house. Usually, pot lucks. But these days ppl jsut go out eat... I'm glad my family still carry on the tradition of gathering at my grandmother's place during the eve. hehe. And for those that can afford a few sparks, will be playing those after dinner. Otherwise, a lovely time catching up with one another and joking around and then! Red Packets! XD hahahaha!! And while the night goes boom boom pow, we'd chill and watch the tv enjoying the celebration in China from screen. They have lots of performances, colours, short skits and more fascinating performances! And on New Year's day... well... most will visit the temples. But I'm Christian, so us Christian Chinese will be heading to Church instead :) And then to respective homes and visitations proceeds! :D

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    1. haha Agree on the gold bars :D

      And very interesting to know the CNY celebration in Malaysia. I think it's very similar to ours, only that we do a lot of praying and stuff but that's probably more a religious thing. Then again tradition & religion goes almost hand in hand in VN (at least it seems so to me) Thanks for telling me sweetheart <3

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