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A Pond Manicure: BCD Nail Art Challenge (Day 8)

Well a pond manicure is not really this but a specific technique but I'm taking today's challenge literally and replicating the colours and bits of what are actually within ponds for my nail art version. 


I'm using a dark green base colour by Sacha Cosmetics called Knock Out Punch. I used two coats for an opaque base. 
Using a sponge I applied other green shades of polish like NYC Tudor City Teal (green teal), China Glaze Def Defying (yellow green) and Nabi Dark Green. I sponged on these colours on random spots of each nail. 
Using a dark green stripped polish I drew a few long leaves and then stuck on some dried flowers for a soft touch. All sealed in with a top coat :)

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


 
Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo

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