Wear Your Heart on Your Nails: Heartbreak Karaoke Nail Art Tutorial

You could wear your heart on your sleeve, but why not paint it on all ten of your fingernails? Pinky’s Nails has created this special nail art tutorial for WORN’s Heartbreak Karaoke: Summer Fling edition. This video shows how to create three looks each with two different options: a full heart and a broken heart, a crying Wornette and a clear-eyed Wornette, and two different kinds of music notes.
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WORN Wants You To Sing Your Heart Out

Was it the son of a preacher man? A devil in a blue dress? You obviously didn’t listen—but now everyone else will.

On Tuesday, February 14th, 2012, WORN Fashion Journal will get your achey-breakey heart in front of a karaoke machine at SUPERMARKET (268 Augusta Avenue).

Don’t just feel the pain, spread it around.

We’ve got a karaoke machine, a microphone, sad, sad, sad songs, and enough bitter tears and sweet liquor to fill a swimming pool. What else could you possibly need to mourn your latest romantic folly?

All proceeds go to the production of WORN Fashion Journal. This year, Heartbreak Karaoke will fund the rent for our new office! We can’t make a magazine without a roof over our heads. Support independent publishing, and sing us a sad song!

$7 Admission
$5 Admission if you’re wearing red or pink
Each song is $1
Jump the line for $10
Celine Dion songs are $5

268 Augusta Avenue
Bring on the heartbreak: 9:00 PM
You don’t have to go home but you can’t stay here: 2 AM

Red and pink preferred
Your heart on your sleeve: mandatory

Are You Ready For Heartbreak Karaoke?

Sing Your Heartbreak Out from worn on 8tracks.

To prepare for next Tuesday’s Heartbreak Karaoke, the Wornettes rounded up some of our favourite songs about love and loss. Of course, this is just a small sampling out of the millions out there. What songs are you hoping to sing? Let us know in the comments—or better yet, come out to the Supermarket in Toronto on Valentine’s Day and sing your heart out.

Supermarket (268 Augusta Avenue)
February 14, 2012 9:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.
$7 Admission
$5 Admission if you’re wearing red or pink