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Nail Challenge Day 22: Inspired by a Song

It's a funny story how I came about this song inspired nail design. It just so happened that I bought the two colours used in this look together and I just love the fact that they have gold elements to them. I thought they would look good together but didn't know quite how until for some strange reason I starting singing Gold Digger! So here's my Gold Digger design!


As with all sparkly polishes they can be sometimes hard to capture on camera but if you turn it slightly so the reflection is not dead on you may get some gorgeous sparkles like this.


This colour is called White Cap. It's very sheer even after two coats you can still see the nail bed but the colour itself is exquisite. Ok so now you just add in you Solar Flare gold glitter pieces and use a toothpick to guide the pieces into your pattern.



Stay tuned for Day 23: Inspired by a Movie 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 Gold Digger!
XOXO
Naomi

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  1. I think I need to buy White Cap. Where do you get the CG polishes?

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    1. I get them at Wonderful world here in trinidad

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    2. Ohh I used to go there until I encountered a lot of bad customer service. I wish Superpharm would bring CG polishes!

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    3. You can also try T&T Salon supplies for CG

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    4. Thanks for the tip! I'll most definitely look them up.

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  2. Haha how clever! Love this, Naomi!

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  3. You've got a lot of patience in working with individual pieces from that bottle!

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    1. Oh yes that took some patience indeed but wasnt it worth it?

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