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Day 31: Recreate your favourite challenge!

So we have come to the end of our nail challenge and I have to admit this is a bittersweet moment for me. I enjoyed the challenges but at times it  was really a challenge to decide on what design to do and balance the quick nail changes in between my regular life. It was so hard to decide on which one I love best but in the end my blue black gradient nails were the most popular so I recreated them using red and black instead :)


It's a really simple design but the combination of contrasting colours is what makes it so eye catching! For this I use the black from China Glaze, Liquid Leather; 2 coats. Next I sponged on a red colour also from China Glaze called Go Crazy Red and then deepen the tips as well as add a touch of sparkle with Ruby Pumps


I would love to say thank you to Jayne from the blog Cosmetic Proof and Traci from the blog DrinkCitra for completing this challenge with me. There encouragement was enough to see me through this and their design were truly inspirational. I'll be back with more nail designs and more soon!

Happy Challenges!
XOXO
Bellezza Bee

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  1. Yay gradient!! hehe. I loved your blue and black one and I love this one too!! I can't believe it's over! lol. I'm glad we pulled through!

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    1. Oh thank you Traci! I'm glad it's over, was so fun but hard work too

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  2. LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS!!!

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  3. Yes, this was a great way to end the challenge! Beautiful! As tough as it was with our schedules, we did it!!

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