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Streamers and Confetti for New Years Nail Art

So Christmas is over, as in Christmas Day! But the festivities are still on as we head towards the New Year 2014! So let's start the celebrations with more nail art. Today's design takes on the idea of streamers and confetti that usually show up at such parties.


To get this look:
1. Apply three coats of OPI Glitzerland polish and allow to dry fully. Seal in with a top coat.


2. Using a small paint brush and white acrylic paint, draw onto the nails in random pattern some swirls to symbolize the streamers.
3. Repeat step 3 with blue acrylic paint. Go ahead and try different color combinations to suit your party. 
4. At this point you can stop and add your top coat. But of you want to add some "confetti" to this party add a coat of L.A. Girl splatter nail polish in Sparkle or Spatter.



Happy Holidays! 

Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo


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