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Grey & Pink Combo :BCD Nail Art Challenge (Day 6)

Welcome back everyone! I've been sick and so went off the time frame of this challenge but I'm all better now and so ready to makeup for the lost time and nailart :). So we start off with the challenge to do a grey nailart but instead of just using this colour on its own, I'm pairing it with a complimentary colour and my personal favourite colour, pink. 




The main grey colour used for the base is called Disorder. The colour on its own it beautiful with golden specks showing within the grey base. Two coats were enough to be opaque. 


The rest of the design used acrylics paints to freehand the flowers and dots using a large dotting tool. I'm excited to be back and complete the next challenge up: Retro :). 

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


Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo
 

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