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Makeup Bee Pink Butterfly

Hello Beautiful! Well it's springtime in some parts of the world and I am joining in the fun with a springtime manicure inspired by bright bold colours of flowers and butterflies. My nail design today is all handpainted using a base of polish and nail art with acrylic paints. This look is also special to me since it's my MakeupBee entry into their first nail art competition being hosted by the Nail Art Society.


The base colour by Kleancolor is called Catch Me. The acrylic paint in pink is by Apple Barrel called Diva Pink and gold is from Palmer called Pure Gold. I loved it so much that I painted both hands to wear these to work! Yes work. Can you imagine the stares at the office? Well so far I got nothing but compliments :)


If you love my look and would like to vote for it on Makeup Bee, then head on down here :)


Thanks for all your support!


XoXo



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