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Vintage Watermelon Slice Nail Art

Hello gorgeous! I'm back with my nail art after a long vacation. I feel renewed and inspired by my travels to Toronto so expect more nail art posts soon! Today is a simple, juicy design inspired by one of my favorite fruits, the watermelon!



This look was created using:
  1.  Finger Paints nail polish in Vintage Glam
  2. White and green stripper polishes
  3. Black polish nail dotter pen
  4. Watermelon fimo slices by BornPrettyStore
  5. Top coat: Essence Absolute Pure


Get the look:
  1. Apply two coats of red polish and allow to dry.
  2. For your accent nail apply a french tip line in white and then fill in the bottom piece with green. 
  3. Complete your vintage watermelon using a black polish nail dotting pen to add seeds or dots to each nail. 
  4. Seal with a shiny top coat.
  5. Using some clear polish, apply your watermelon fimo slices to the accent nail. (Use my code BBEEJ61 for a 10% discount at BornPrettyStore)




Hope you had some fruity fun! Stay tune for more inspired fruity and other nailart!

Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo


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