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Frosty's Blizzard Blue Nails

Frosty the Snowman! He has been a favourite for my little nieces and myself for the holidays. He's super cute with his carrot nose and coal pieces for eyes. For my latest holiday design Frosty is the center of the design focused on the accent finger surrounded in a blizzard of snowflakes.



Frosty's blue base colour consists of two coats of Sally Hansen's Blizzard Blue. You can still see the nail line with two coats so if you are wearing this colour on its own three coats would be better.


And here's Frosty! Isn't he just so cute?


Happy Frosty!!!

XOXO

Bellezza Bee


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  1. Look at Frosty's big smile!!

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