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Californails #NailArtMar Day 1: Peachy Flower Dotticure

Hello beautiful! I'm back again with another Californails nail art monthly challenge since I thoroughly enjoyed the one I complete for January. Since I've already done a gradient dotticure and rainbow dotticure I'm doing a flower dotticure to complete today's challenge.


Nail Tutorial:
1. Apply two coats of China Glaze Peachy Keen and allow to dry fully
2. Using black acrylic paint and a small dotting tool, apply you dots in the shape of a flower or parts of a flower. 
3. Add more dots to the centre of the flowers for more depth
4. Complete with your top coat.


If you want to join in on this month challenge, find the prompts for each day below.



Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo
 


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