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Star of David: Hanukkah Nail Art

Happy Hanukkah! Israel is a Holy Land. The symbolic colors of white and blue are noted in their flag along with the Star of David or Shield of David. The Jewish prayer book, Siddur uses the term Shield of David as a title of the God of Israel.
Today's nail art is simple but incorporates these elements in the design! 




For this design I used:
  • Nude base color: OPI Don't Pretzel My Buttons
  • Cobalt blue french tips and handpainted Star of David: L.A. Colors art deco in Sapphire
  • Top coat: Seche Vite
  • Blue stars

 Happy Hanukkah!

Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo


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