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31 Day Challenge: Day 14 Flowers

I see the word flowers - and with nail art - I think of roses.. Because they are fairly easy to do and they are effective..



I used: OPI Mod About You as the base, then I applied dots of OPI Sparrow Me The Drama, CC ?? and China Glaze Rich & Famous and swirled them together. Then I did some 'details' with OPI Alpine Snow. I also tossed on some pearl beads for kicks..

I have to say, this is the sweetest mani I have ever done. I don't mean like 'oh man, sweet!' but I mean like, 'girly' sweet. And I kind of really like it.

***The following blogs are also doing the 31 day challenge right meow - you should check them out!! Zara, Life and Polish, Manicure Addict, Polish Pauper, Bright Lights, Big Color, Ash-Lilly & ManiCured!***

Comments

Laura said…
Lol, I loved your description of what kind of "sweet" this manicure is! But this is absolutely gorgeous, so sweet, and I love the added touch of the pearls!
Nieodnaleziona said…
I just found your blog - LOVE IT :-)
Rainbowify Me said…
Sweet is indeed the right word for it. This mani would be perfect for a wedding. :)
pretty i like the added beads !
Delaynee said…
Thank you all! I really, really like this look.. Cannot wait to do it again!!

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