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Nail Challenge Day 16: Color Opposites

Opposites attract :) Let's get our nail art into science with the laws of attraction :)


For today's nail challenge I am using opposite colour on the colour wheel, indigo and yellow :)

Get the Look:
1. Apply your base coat and two coats of Kleancolor Sapphire. One of the most gorgeous shimmery blues. It reminds me of Orly Stone Cold.
If you can stop staring, then proceed to the next step :)



2. Allow to dry fully and then apply Kleancolor Metallic Yellow with a dotting tool (large dot) to an area which you would like to be the midpoint of your concentric circles.
3. Place smaller dots around the bigger ones.
4. Build up your larger dots by applying more polish. This will give the look a 3D effect without using nail studs :)
5. Apply your top coat and voila!


Stay tuned for more nail challenge inspired nail art and don't forget to check out my challenge buddies.




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