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Nail Challenge Day 6: Favorite Color Family

Blue blue blue! Despite the fact that pink and purple are my favourite colours, I have way more blue polishes in my stash than any other colour. I just adore the colour blue in a nail polish.


 Get the Look!
1. Paint your nails a light blue base colour like Sally Hansen Blizzard Blue


2. Find as many blue colours polishes are you would like in your design, choose various shades and hues of blue. Here's what I'm using: L.A.Girl Idol, Sparitual Dreams Becoming Reality, Orly Stone Cold, China Glaze Hanging In the Balance, NYC Empire State Blue, Sally Hansen Blizzard Blue

  
3.  Using a dotting tool, simple dot the different colour blues all over the light blue base. Repeat until you give your design some dotty dimension. 
4. Seal with a top coat for some added shine.  


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