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BusyGirlNails Winter Nail Art Challenge Week 4: I'm So Blue

Blue, oh so lonesome without you! Is that a song? Probably is! I'm very Blue today but not in a sad way. This easy nail art design is very cheery and can brighten up your day! All you would need is a bright blue base color and contrasting blue accent colors for the stripes with a pop of glitter.


Did you notice that I've changed my nail shape back to ovals? I seem to have more fun with this shape. 

Nail Tutorial:
1. Paint your base coat and then two coats of Cailyn Cosmetics nail polish #818. Allow to dry fully.
2. Next using a small striper brush and contrasting colors of blue acrylic paint draw on slanted lines on your nail bed.
3. Use an assortment of thicknesses for the lines to add dimension. 
4. Add a pop of glitter to accent the design
5. Seal in with your favorite top coat :)


Stay tuned for the week 5 challenge: Valentine's Day!


Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo


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