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Nail Challenge Day 12: Side Stripes

Stripes! At one point I had a mean fear for these. I mean just the thought of doing them would make my hands super shaky and the stripes would always come out croaked. If you have those issues, then the nail art polishes with the stripper brushes may just come to your rescue.


I started off with a black base colour using Nabi Cosmetics Black. This seems to be my favourite black polish lately since its really thick and opaque in one coat. Next I just alternated 3 colours in a side stripe to create this candy like design. I used Jordana Pop Art in Golden Artist, Kiss Brush on nail art in White and L.A.Colors Art Deco in Rose. They all are stripper brushes but I do prefer the brush from the Jordana pop art the most. 



Stay tuned for Day 13: Animal Print and be sure to stop by Jayne's blog Cosmetic Proof and Traci's blog DrinkCitra to see what gorgeous designs they also created for this challenge! 

Happy Striping!
XOXO
Naomi
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