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Busy Girl Nails Fall 2013 Challenge: Week 1- Golden Streaks

Oh how I love a good nail challenge with good friends and new ones too! Today's design takes the theme for week 1 of the Busy Girl Nails fall 2013 nail art challenge: Antique Gold. 



Tutorial:
1. Start off with your base coat and then apply 3 coats of  L.A girl metal nail polish in Gold Plated. 


2. Using a variety of fall colours like orange (Orly Flicker),  oxblood red (Orly Smolder), plum (Orly Ingenue) and antique gold (L.A girl metal Antique Gold) add stripes of each of these colours to the center of the nail bed.
3. Allow the colors to overlap in some places and blend into each other at some points. 
4. Add a touch of glitter using folk art extreme glitter acrylic paint in gold. 
5. Seal in with a fast drying top coat (Seche Vite! My favorite)


Join in on this fall nail challenge by posting your nail designs on instagram or on your blog using the hashtag #BusyGirlNails and tagging the girls hosting this challenge: @drinkcitra, @BeautyByArielle, @fiercemakeupandnails, @mirandasmakeup and @marijonails :)

Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo


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