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Californails #NailArtMar Day 25: Imperfect Spots OOTD

I love matching nail art with fashion! Fabric patterns are usually a huge source of inspiration for me. Today's design takes on the print of one of my short dresses which is mainly black with touches of color in almost perfect lines of imperfect spots.


Nail tutorial:
1. Apply a black base with shimmer like L.A Girl Metal in Obsidian.
2. Using white acrylic paint and a small detail brush draw on random shape spots but in a line.
3. Add more rows of your imperfect spots until it fills up the nail bed. 
4. Add some touches of color to some of the spots. In some cases, fill in completely the spots and in other areas just a portion of the white spot with colors like pink, blue, green and yellow. Leave some completely white spots.
5. Complete you design with a matte top coat like NYC Matte Me crazy.




Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo

 



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