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Vintage Valentine Nails

Hello beautiful and Happy Valentine's day to you and your special loved ones. I've been a bit under the weather lately but I always feel better getting my nails done. So I'm spreading some more love with you today in these simple vintage inspired valentine's day nails.


Vintage polka dots are so easy to achieve with any dotting tool, toothpick or even nail art brush. For the base colour I am using a not so typical red for valentine's day. It's called NYC Chelsea and it's more of a wine or burgundy colour.


The black dots were made using China Glaze Liquid Leather while the silver word "Love" and silver hearts were hand painted on using acrylic paint by Palmer Prism Acrylic in Pure Silver. If you live in Trinidad, these are available in Trincity Mall, Perspectives Art Store. Here's hoping you have a wonderful Valentine's day!



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