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Nail Challenge Day 4: Pink Flower Power

Pink has been my all time favourite colour. Imagine a girly pink room with pink curtains and matching pink bedsheets! Yup that was me. For today's nail challenge I am pulling on some girly pink flower power.

The base pink colour is absolutely awesome on its own. It's called Beauty Within from China Glaze.

To create this design, I simply used two coats of the Beauty Within, allow to dry fully and then apply flower nail art stickers of complementary colours to the pink. Using different sizes and shapes also brings more interest to the design as well as matching pearl flower centres.

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  1. The flowers are so cute! And that pink is lovely.

  2. What a gorgeous pink! And the flowers are such a perfect touch. It's a little 70s feeling!

  3. luv the whole look, but really luving that shade of pink<33

  4. Gorgeous pink color. I love the nails. Do you recommend any products to help nails grow?? I have had acrylics off and on but ready to try to grow mine out. They grow for a little while then start to chip and break. Check out my blog

    1. oh no! mines grow naturally strong on their own but there are some really good nail strengthners out to try. thanks for sharing your blog with me :)

  5. Hello dear! Pretty nail art. Where do you buy the flowers nail stickers?

  6. This is such a beautiful pink! I love the little flowers!


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