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Fall Leaves Nail Art

Falling leaves are everywhere! Well not in this part of the world but my family and friends living in colder regions have me envious of the colorful falling leaves and brightly colored trees in their recent pictures! So I thought why not recreate them on what else but my own little world of ten small nails.


For this design I used 
  • A neutral base color: OPI Dont Pretzel My Buttons
  • Mint green base color for the accent nails: Borghese Menta
  • Assortment of orange, light green, dark green, brown, mustard acrylic paints
  • Top coat: Seche Vite
And that's it! See you right here for more inspired nail art!


Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo


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