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I Love Pink Nail Art

I love pink! Yes I'm a pink nail polish addict. Since I was a child, pink was my favourite colour and now my nieces seem to love pink also. So this simple manicure is dedicated to my love for all things pink and remains us again that in this month of October, pink is also symbolic of our support for Breast Cancer Awareness. So wear your pink manis proudly :)


Let's start off with saying how much I just love this vibrant pink shade from Sacha Cosmetics called Dance to the Beat. In two coats it is enough to simply wearing on its on for traffic stopping nails. 


Get the Look:
1. Paint your nails two coats of Sacha Cosmetics Dance to the Beat. Allow to dry fully.
2. Apply a fast drying top coat like Seche Vite to provide a barrier between your polish and acrylic paint for easy clean up in case you make a mistake. 
3. Use your acrylic paint to create simple designs on each fingernail. XOXO's for the pinky nail, hearts for the middle finger and the word "pink" for the pointer. 
4. Apply a coat of L.A.colors Cocktail nail polish for your accent nails. Place this colour in the middle of your hearts as well
5. Seal in your designs with another coat of Seche Vite.




Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo


 *Some of the products in this post were provided by the company for my use and review. All opinions are truly my own.

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