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Nail Challenge Day 9: Rainbow Nails

Somewhere over the rainbow. Way up high! Oh this manicure has me singing that song. I really enjoyed bringing out the acrylic paints to do this easy version of a rainbow manicure. It's simply made out of dots so anyone with a nail dotter, toothpick or pin can do it.


I used two coats of China Glaze White on white as the base colour to ensure your rainbow colours pop against the background. Next I used my acrylic paints and 6 colours to represent the colours of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and indigo. I left out violet. For you scientists, it's called ROYGBIV!




Stay tuned for Day Ten: Gradient 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 Rainbow Nails!
XOXO
Naomi

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