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Nail Challenge Day 23: Inspired by Nature

Nature is so amazing! You can find so many sources of inspiration and if you are like me, I am constantly fascinated learning about how things in nature works. Lately it has been so hot here and we recently had so many bush fires that I thought it appropriate to bring out some hot, glowing colours for my fire inspired nature nail design :)


Get the Look:
1. Paint your nails two coats of the Frisky Banana by CaraMia cosmetics.
2. Using a sponge and some of the orange polish, also from CaraMia cosmetics called Orange Fever, sponge on the orange about 2/3 up the nail bed. 
3. Finish off the gradient fire using a blue polish called CaraMia Cosmetics Moody Chick to the nail tips.
4. Complete and smoothen out the gradient using a clear top coat.   

Under UV Light


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