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Citrus Punch Nail Art

Aloha! I'm feeling like I'm in Hawaii sipping on some fruit punch filled with orange slices! But wait, it gets even better! I'm actually here in the Caribbean, on the island of Trinidad at Maracas Beach. Today's nail art is super simple with a bright pop of color as french tips made even brighter with the bursts of fruity fun fimo slices from BornPrettyStore.


Get the Look: 
1. Apply two coats of a nude base color to all nails except the accent nail. I'm using Zoya Avery; two coats.
2. Using NYC In a New York Color Minute nail polish in Spring Street apply a french tip to all the nails. Do a full color nail for the accent. 
3. Using Kleancolor Chunky Holo Poppy, apply a light coat all over the areas where you applied Spring Street. 
4. At this point you can seal in with a top coat (my favorite being Seche Vite)
5. Apply your BornPrettyStore fruit fimo slice to accent your base design. (Use my coupon code BBEEJ61 for a 10% discount)



Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo


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