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Nail Challenge Day 3: Yellow Nails

The bumble bee nails has been on my to do list in like forever! My nieces were most excited for me to attempt these. They've watched The Bee Movie probably like a million times. You know how kids can watch one movie over and over and over and never get tired of it! So this is my attempt at bee nails.


I started off with three coats of Sinful Colors Let's Meet as my base colour. Here's what that looks like: 


Next I used a black polish with a stripper brush (Jordana Pop Art in Black) for the lines and using a dotting tool to make the black parts of the eyes. Two dot of white polish for the centre of the eyes. 



Boy those lines were a real pain though to get them straight! I guess I just need more practice.

Stay tuned for Day Four: Green Nails 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 Yellow Nails!
XOXO
Naomi
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