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Strawberry Chocolate Drip Nails

It's one of my favorite combinations. Just some simple chocolate syrup with strawberry ice cream! Of course the only way you can make that better is to add some gummy bears on top. But in my house, my nieces usually make them hard to find!


 

It's really simple to achieve these! All you need is a strawberry pink colour. I'm using two coats of OPI's Not So Bora Bora-Ing Pink. 



Allow to dry properly. Next I used a dotting tool to apply a dark sparkly brown colour from the tips of the nails and upwards with two to four drips. I'm using China Glaze Midtown Magic. Super simple!



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Happy Strawberry Chocolate!
XOXO
Bellezza
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  1. girl ur nails look delicious , i love pink.

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  2. As usual your nails are always on point. Love the pink nail polish

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  3. So pretty! I especially like the brown polish-it's very pretty! xoxo

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    1. oh yes i totally forgot about the brown one until today! really love it

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  4. Amazing! Your nails always look gorgeous :)

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  5. Wow these nails look fabulous :)

    Sophierosehearts x

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    1. oh thank you Sophie! Have you ever tried these?

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  6. They are indeed gorg but I always wonder to myself how you do your other hand? Are you ambidextrous?

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    1. haha, I'm not fully ambidextrous but i've been also practicing for a really long time. I can do the basic polish on both hands really well. As for any nail art design, i find it easy to use any dotting tool or sponging technique but when it comes to lines or intricate patterns, they need more work! I'll try to get someone to photograph both hands for you to see what i mean soon!

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  7. Oh my gosh this looks so amazing! Your nails always look great. I may have to get you to do mine sometime.
    BTW I love your new blog header :)

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    1. oh hello Mia! thank you for your kind words!

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  8. Very pretty, love how sparkly the chocolate is.

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