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Bridal Bling V French Manicure

June brides, this is for you! Would you like to do you own manicure for your wedding day? I'm certainly thinking that I will for my day. Since it's wedding season and I have two cousins getting married this month, I thought this would be the perfect time to bring out the french manicure (with a twist) and bling them out to fit in with the celebrations.


These are pretty simple DIY nails. Here's how I got this done:
1. Apply a base coat and then two coats of a sheer pink polish such as Kleancolor Sheer Pastel Nude.
2. Using a white stripper brush polish outline a "V" shape to the tips of your nails. Fill in with the white. This is your twist on the classic french manicure which requires french manicure strips. 
3. Apply a top coat to seal in your design.
At this point this is what you will have, and you can stop here if you like this simple look.


I took it a bit further and added some rhinestones to bring just a touch of bling to this design! One stud for each nail and a "V" for the accent nail. Perfect for weddings :)
Here I'm using my BornPrettyStore wax pencil to apply their 2mm clear rhinestones. Feel free to use the coupon code BBEEJ61 for a 10% discount.

Wishing you a wonderful wedding season!

Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo



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