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Pretty Pink Pastel Nails

Do I love Pink? Yes! How many pink nail polishes do I have? I don’t know and I cringe to find out since that may make me feel guilty in indulging on more pink shades! Either way I wanted a cute way to disguise my love for pink by incorporating simple touches of other colours but keeping the main theme still focused on pink. Since it’s apparently spring time in other parts of the world, it was fun to do something inspiring for that season, include my love for pink and a new spring trends of florals. I call it my pretty pink pastel nails; triple P!!! I could have made it quadruple P if I called it pretty pink pastel paws!!!! 
Nail polishes used:
OPI Pink Friday (main pink base colour), just one coat
Nail Fusion Basic white. Apply three or four dot to form petals. Add random dots for small buds
Nail Fusion Vintage Green. Add small green dots or drag out colour to form leaves.
Sally Hansen Nail art pen in Light pink. Used for small dots inside petals.
Sinful Colors I Miss you for touch of sparkle.
Finished off with my favourite top coat, Seche Vite 
I really love pink, pastels and now I’m crazy about anything floral. How about you? Hope you enjoyed. I’m off to find a floral skirt.
Happy Pretty Pink Pastels!
XOXO
Naomi

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