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Christmas Candy Canes Nail Art

I have a big sweet tooth and some of my favorites around the holidays are candy canes and peppermints! Of course I can gobble down a big bag of chocolates too but today I'm sticking with my candy :)


I love the fact that my favorite top coat Seche Vite also has a line of nail polishes simply called Seche Nail Lacquer. For today's nail art I'm using two coats of a luscious Christmas red called Signature.



I was so in love with this color that I wore this alone for my Christmas party! It's so festive. 
Now onto the nail art, I simply used white acrylic paint and a fine liner brush to create candy stripes across the nail beds. I did it in various thickness and spaced them out differently in each nail. I also add a bit of Folk Art extreme glitter acrylic paint in Hologram for a hint of sparkle.


Have you ever seen how candy canes are made? I've seen it on Unwrapped on the Food Network :)


Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo



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