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Pinky Rose Tie Dye: A BCD Nail Art Challenge (Day 1)

Welcome to the BCD Nail Art Challenge. First up we have the oldie but goodie; the tie dye. I am using a non- traditional method to achieving today's look and challenge. 

  • I started with a clear base coat and then applied two coats of China Glaze Escaping Reality (bright neon pink)
  • Using a small nail art brush and pink acrylic paint (darker pink than your base colour), create wispy strokes in a circular pattern but widening your circle as you move outwards.
  • Repeat using two other acrylic colours (lighter pink and white). Use any colours you like just ensure they will bring enough contrast to your base colour used. 
  • Seal in with a top coat. 

China Glaze Escaping Reality (Soft Lighting)


Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo

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