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Blue Snowflakes

Snow is falling! Not here but somewhere around the world. Over here is sunny sunshine with a few scattered showers. I remember my first encounter with snow which was last year in Chicago. Just a few minutes of snow had me excited, jumping around and taking pictures to remember the moment. My nail art today is alot less cold and much easier for me to have fun in the snow.


Get the look:
1. Apply two coats of Sally Hansen Teal Steel nail polish and allow to dry fully.


2. Using white acrylic paint, handpaint on some snowflakes using lines and dots. 

3. For the middle of the snowflakes, add a blue rhinestone to add some dimension


4. Complete the look with a coat of LA Girl splatter nail polish in Spatter. 
Enjoy!



Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo


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