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Def Defying Dotticure

I've been really enjoying the bright and bold colours of the China Glaze Cirque Du Soleil collection that I received for Christmas. Here's a simple manicure using some of the bold crème colours combined by dots.


The base colour is this neon bright yellow green called Def Defying. WOWZA! This colours is so beautiful and bright that I honestly didn't mind just wearing this colour on its own. It's a unique colour for my nail polish stash.

 
For the dotticure, all you want to do is randomly add different colours and different size dots on your nail bed. I kept the dots more to the side to allow the beautiful base colour to have the spotlight.


Feel free to use any colour you like, I choose for the dots, a hot pink called Escaping Reality, a coral called Surreal Appeal and bright blue called Hanging in the Balance. It's really simple and easy to spice up just a regular old manicure colour. I'm off to enjoy some more of these neon bright colours from the Cirque Du Soleil collection <3 China Glaze!


Happy Dotticure!



 
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  1. I definitely am gonna try this!!!! Will link it on my page of course!!! Thanks for all your support!!!!!

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    1. Fabulous! looking forward to seeing yours :)

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  2. Love this! I really like all the colors! :D

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