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Mint Apple Nails

Trying out trends can be fun and I love trying them while adding my own twist to make the trend my own. Mint coloured nail polish is all the rage at this time and while I’m not a huge green nail polish fan, this colour is soft enough to be wearable for me. If you want an inexpensive polish to try out this trend then give Sinful Colors Mint Apple a try. Two coats of this mint green with silver micro-shimmer polish makes for the basic manicure. For my twist, I added an apple on the accent finger. This is taking the concept of Mint Apple quite literally! 



 
The apple was simply painted on with a small nail art brush. If you want to create the apple, you will need a bright red like China Glaze Ruby Pumps, a brown colour like China Glaze Street Chic and dark green colour like Nail Fusion Vintage Green. 

 
Nail art take a little practice so just be patient and use small amounts of your polish at a time. If you apply a top coat over the Mint apple, you can easily wipe away mistakes immediately as they are made. Have fun!
Happy Mint Apples!
XOXO
Naomi

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