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Exploding Glitter Sky

Hello beautiful! I'm back today with some glittery goodness in the form of another Busy Girl Summer nail challenge for this week. I'm calling mine Exploding glitter sky since this reminds me so much of fireworks with all burst of colors in the sky just using glitter instead. 


It's a very simple design to achieve. All you do is paint your nails two coats of a black polish. Allow to dry fully. Then apply random colors of glittery polish to various sections of the nail using a makeup sponge to dab the polish on. Seal with a top coat and that's it! Voila! 


Colors used:
Black shimmery base color: L.A.Girls Obsidian
Red glitter: China Glaze Ruby Pumps
Pink glitter: Kleancolor Kiss Goodbye
Plum Gold glitter: Orly Ingenue
Green glitter: China Glaze Atlantis
Blue glitter: China Glaze Water You Waiting For
Silver blue glitter: China Glaze Liquid crystal 




 Stay tuned for more Busy Girl Summer Nail Challenge designs :)

Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo



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