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Nail art #glamnails

Nail art #glamnails

Today I felt like doing my nails once again. Still in love with Essie’s bahama mama and so I couldn’t resist painting it on once again. Seriously, I’ve been wearing this coloure for two weeks straight. But recently I acquired some new nail studs and charms. And I thought what better way to create a design with them on some nails.

 

First I did my nail care regime. Then I proceeded to to paint all my nails but the ring finger with my berry nail polish. For my ring finger I used to different nail art studs, square rhinestones and tiny silver balls.

 

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I started off by placing three square rhinestones at the bottom, near my cuticle area. Then I formed the triangle with the silver balls around them. I used nail glue to secure the charms on my nails. Further I placed another three squares and added some more silver balls between them. Finishing the design off with some top coat and some cuticle oil and there I had my simple but all so glamorous manicure.

A tip: if you don’t want to use nail glue to secure the studs, you can simply use a top coat. I just prefer the glue because it tends to make the design last much longer. And before I start glueing the nail charms on my nails, I always lay out the design before me. This way I know how it will look at the end and don’t have to bother with messing it up straight away on my nails.

See Also
Schwarzkopf Professional - Fibre Force Line

Here are some close ups of the ring finger…

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Hope you enjoyed my little post on my latest design and thanks for stopping by, xx

 

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