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Green Floral Nails Inspired By The Nailasaurus

Hey everyone!

I was really jazzed the other day by THIS POST over at The Nailasaurus - and I saved it for a future copy.. like, a ways away.. but.. I broke my thumb nail the other day.. clipped my nails down, and was like 'I must do that floral mani meow'. So do I did.





Products Used:
China Glaze Strong Adhesion Base Coat
China Glaze Gaga For Green
China Glaze White On White
OPI My Vampire Is Buff
OPI Kiss Me On My Tulips
Lush Lacquer Snow Globe
OPI Jade Is The New Black
Dotting Tool
Brush
Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat


The only slight downside is my wavy stripes.. I always freehand my stripes because tape and I are mortal enemies.. I guess they aren't the worst, but they aren't super bad ass either. AND! I have this NEED to put little dots all over my floral nails these days.. ever since I did it for my birthday party nails.. I have to do it. I love these.

I cannot wait to show one of the resident's tomorrow.. she hates when my nails are green, which as you all know, is my favourite colour.. so basically she hates my nails a lot!

Have a great Friday everyone! I know I will be.. See you again soon!!

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