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Nail Challenge Day 24: Inspired by a Game

Dominoes anyone? As a child I remember playing this game alot with my late uncle who had a gorgeous set of ivory dominoes he had purchased from his exotic travels. The game itself is fun but I also love to see when you stack them in long rows and set them off all falling down.


Get the Look:
1. Paint your nails two coats of the Sacha Cosmetics Barefoot in D Sand, which is a great alternative to using white polish which may appear too harsh against the skin. 
2. Using a black stripper polish, draw horizontal lines halfway down the nail bed. 
3. Using a wax pencil, apply 2mm black studs in your numerical pattern to complete the 3D domino look. Both of these products are available at Born Pretty Store here



Short Review: I couldn't believe the absolutely amazing price of these products from Born Pretty Store. You get two of these gem kits, one with black and silver gems and one with 12 coloured gems all with one wax pencil for an amazing price. 
The gems are 2mm in diameter and would be enough to last a lifetime not to mention create numerous nail art designs. 
The wax pencil come unsharpened but just a regular sharpener can easily create a point to start with. The texture is firm but it still picks up the gems for easy placement onto the nail bed. 

Go ahead and use my 10% coupon code: BBEEJ61



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




XoXo



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*Some of the products in this post were provided by the company for my use and review. All opinions are truly my own.

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