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Gothic Lace Nail Art

Today I'm putting aside my girly pinks and going a little edgy; made super easy by this gorgeous black lace piece from BornPrettyStore. My nail art to compliment this is simple using the typical black from Gothic looks, incorporating a touch of the lace pattern in the accent nail with just a touch of red to add a dash of romance.

This exquisite piece of hand jewelry despite its gothic look due to its black color is still romance with the elements of the intricate lace pattern, small chain link and spiral rose. The clasp to the back is adjustable from 15-21cm for your perfect fit. The ring size is 1.7cm but this is also adjustable.
BornPrettyStore was sure to package this beauty tightly wrapped in plastic to ensure all its delicate pieces were intact during transport.

As for the nail art, I used the classic Wet N Wild wild shine black creme nail polish, 2 coats for the pinky, middle and pointer fingers. To complete these nails I added red rhinestones to the top followed by a generous amount of top coat (Seche Vite)
For the accent nail I used Kleancolor Jewelry red in two coats, then a black stripper brush polish to create a crisscross pattern on the nails. Seal with a top coat and then add some black studs and the middle cross points.

To get any of the BornPrettyStore products used above just simply follow the links below. Happy Shopping!!!

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