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Being Loved: BDC Nail Art Challenge (Day 5)

Welcome back beautiful! I'm a bit late with last week's nail art challenge since I was out sick. I don't get sick often. Actually it has been a few years well since I've been sick. But in this time although my body was weak, I felt great strength and love from my friends and family. So what a fitting way to complete this nail challenge than to show the true love I experienced. 



What is love? There are a few answers that one can receive when asking this question. My first and best response would be " God is Love" according to 1 John 4:16. 


For this challenge I used colors that represent love to me, pink (China Glaze Life is Rosy) and red (China Glaze Igniting Love) with a hint of silver sparkle with the topper from L'Oreal The True Diamond.  

Join Cosmetic Proof and DrinkCitra as we complete the BCDnails  challenge :)


Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo
 

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