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Nail Challenge Day 25: Inspired by your Childhood

Hello beautiful! This manicure is taking me down memory lane to when I first remembered nail polish and how both my mom and grandmother loved red nail polish. Red was always the colour of choice and as a child for a while I believed that there was no other colour of polish. This design is dedicated to my maternal grandmother who in addition to loving red nail polish, also loved gold jewelry. Here I'm using the new Sacha Cosmetics Pure Jewels to add some gold to my design :)


Get the Look:
1. Paint your nails with two coats of the new Sacha Cosmetics nail polish in Scorching Hot. Allow to dry completely




2. Put a small quantity of Sacha Cosmetics Pure Jewels in Pure Fire in a painter's palette. Add a drop of clear polish and mix to a paste. Dab a makeup sponge into the mixture and then gently tap into the nail bed about 3/4 up from the nail tip.
3. Repeat set 2 using Pure Jewels in Pure Copper a bit lower down the nail tip ensuring it blends with Pure Fire.
4. Concentrate Pure Jewels in Pure Dazzle using step 2 at the nail tips and move to blend into the Pure Copper. 
5. Smoothen glitter gradient with a clear top coat.  

From Left to Right: Pure Fire, Copper and Dazzle

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




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