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Nail Challenge Day 10: Geometric Squares

Lines and shapes comes to mind when I think geometric. The use of thin lines from the stripper brush polishes are quite handy for these designs. Here's my Geometric squares and rectangles nail art :)

Get the look!
1. Start off with two coats of LA Girl Metal polish in Copper Alloy.


2. Paint three thin vertical lines using a black stripper brush polish. I'm using Nail Fusion by Sacha Cosmetics in Black. 
3. Add some black horizontal lines to create rectangle blocks to your design. 
4. Seal with a top coat and while it is still tacky apply some orange squares to bring a 3D square effect to your design.

  
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Comments

  1. Hi Naomi, liking the colours u chose for ur challenge,with the spicy colours from your last post, this would have been just the right look for Samba!

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  2. Very cool design! The 3D squares were the perfect touch and the colours you chose very spicy like Ana said!

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    1. Oh thanks Jayne! I've been really into 3D nail art lately

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  3. I never thought of applying squares to the nails. I love the way it looks. Thanks for the inspiration :D

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  4. How cool! I love the added squares!

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  5. Suddenly I have the Wizard of Oz song in my head....follow the yellow brick road, follow the yellow brick road. LOL. I love this mani!!!

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