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Cupcake Sprinkles Nail Art

Do you like cupcakes or cake in general? Oh I have a big sweet tooth! I recently attended a bridal shower for my cousin and we had these super yummy cupcakes that my nieces and I made for this event. They were so fun to make and eat, and the sprinkles were so colorful that they inspired me to do this fun design. It is a really easy DIY nail art design.


You basically just need a plain white color for your base and then any other host of colors for your sprinkles. I found that using nail art stripper brushes were easy to make the sprinkles or just a simple dotting tool to make some fatter sprinkle pieces. For my base white I'm using two coats of L.A Colors Energy Source.



In case your not a fan of the sprinkles, maybe they are a bit too much for you. Just a basic clean white manicure maybe just your thing. Against darker complexions like mine, aim for a cream instead which is way more flattering.



Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo


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