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Californails January Nail Art Challenge: Criss Cross Pattern

A super quick and blue post today to show off my third design in the Californails NailArtJan challenge. Today's inspiration is from a pattern and I've been really practicing drawing straight lines so I've done a criss cross pattern focused on the tips with a pink diamond for some interest.




The blue polish is from Sally Hansen called Teal Steel. I've used it just recently on my Teal Striper Gradient nails. The black lines were drawn using black acrylic paint and a medium sized striper brush. Check out my review on the Bornprettystore liner brushes and the easy nail art designs like this one you can achieve using such brushes.


Stay tuned for the 4th design in this challenge: Pastel Blue


Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo


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