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Nail Challenge Day 20: Texture

I have been loving everything textural lately for nail art. I'm talking studs, fluffy powders, caviar beads and just plain old texture polish. For this challenge I thought I would do just a simple design utilising some beautiful gold circle and square studs available at Nail Art Supplies TT & More :)


Get the Look:
1. Paint your nails two coats of a dark purple or black nail polish. I'm using Sacha Cosmetics in Thriller in the Dark. 
2. Using a toothpick, dip into a small drop of clear polish and then to stud. Place in centre of nail and tap gently to secure it into place.
3. Repeat with any design you desire. I choose to repeat circle and square studs and even let the last circle studs hand off the nail edge for a more edgy look :D




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