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Nail Challenge Day 18: Oldest Untried Polish

I have a very short attention span for any nail polish since there is always a newer, more exciting collection or shades waiting to be swatched and used in nail art. But sometimes it's good to shop in your stash to rediscover some amazing colours you already have :)


Meet SpaRitual Dreams Becoming Reality, a gorgeous creme medium blue polish that can easily be a one coater.

Get the Look:
1.Apply your base coat and then one coat of a gold polish like Milani Gold Lame'.
2. Allow to dry fully and then with a steady hand apply your blue creme polish about 3mm down from the top of your gold polish. Go straight down to the nail edge with one stroke
3. Imagine there is a smaller nail inside of your actual nail and then go ahead and finish the blue within this smaller nail area. 
4. Seal with a top coat :) 



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




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