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Blue Brush Stroke Nail Art

Hello beautiful! I've been thoroughly enjoying my birthday month with lots of activities from beach outings to barbeques and movie dates. So I'm back today with some simple nail art perfect for you DIY'ers that are not ambidextrous. The brush stroke technique is quite simple and can achieve numerous looks just by changing the colors used.


Nail Tutorial:
1. Paint the nails two coats of Kleancolor Catch Me and allow to dry fully.
2. Using a black polish, wipe off the brush really clean along the edge of the bottle and then apply what is left onto the initial polish base. Just randomly apply on spots on the nail bed. Brush the strokes in one direction only for this look.
3. Repeat with different colors; I used grey, teal and lilac.
4. Seal in with your favorite top coat.



Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo
 


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