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Delicate Nail Art

Ever saw an eye-catching design that you just couldn’t get out of your head? If you haven’t joined the Beautylish community, you should… now! This nail design was inspired by a beautylish babe called Tereska H. Check here for her design.
I took the concept of her design and used red and pink colours in mine instead of her original blue and white. My pink swirls are also a bit tighter and packer more into my nails than hers, but you get the idea! 

It’s really simple to do! Just paint your nails with a base coat; I used China Glaze’s strong adhesion base coat before adding two coats of China Glaze Ruby Pumps (deep classic red with sparkle). To make clean up of the lines easier, add your top coat as well.
Next all you will need is a Sally Hansen nail art pen in a contrasting colour. I used light pink. Just add random swirls onto your nails. The points of the pens are really precise but in case of any mistake you can wipe away quickly since you have your top coat down as a protective barrier. All done!
Hope you enjoyed this really simple manicure and be sure to check out the beautylish website for some more inspiring designs!
Happy Delicate Designing!

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