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BusyGirlNails Winter Nail Art Challenge Week 2: White Polkadot Tips

My nail art idol has to be Robin Moses! I love her designs which range from super easy to extremely intricate. This design was inspired by one of her recent nail art called Black and White Daisies. I plan to recreate the original soon but for now these are some easy chevron tips for week 2 of this winter challenge.


For the base nude I used CND Vinylux in Impossible Plush; 2 coats. Using black acrylic paint outline your chevron shape at the tips. Fill in with eithe white acrylic paint or a white polish like China Glaze White on White. Once that is complete go back in with your black acrylic paint and apply dot to the white tips. Add an accent dot flower if desired. Finish with your favorite top coat.


Are you attempting this challenge? Stay tuned for week 3 of this Busy Girl Nails challenge; theme GLITTER! See what the Busy Girl Hosts; @drinkcitra, @beautybyarielle, @mirandasmakeup, @fiercemakeupandnails and @marijonails achieved with this week's designs.



Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo


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