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Happy Hanukkah Nail Art

Happy Hanukkah! I'm celebrating from this side of the world with my simple nail art. The colours blue and white or silver are symbolic of this holiday! These colours also are symbolic of the Israeli national flag and I particularly love the Star of David.

The accent nail depicts the typical flag design. The base silver is my favourite, Milani PC Girl while a stripper blue, L.A.Colors Art Deco in Sapphire was used to complete the lines and star.

 
The rest of the nails has a gorgeous shimmery blue base colour from Orly called Stone Cold. I then added some stars randomly over the nails and top then off with NYC Starry Silver Glitter to add some more sparkle. How are you celebrating Hanukkah? Enjoy!!! 




Happy Hanukkah!!!
XOXO
Bellezza Bee


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