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Ziploc Bag Nails

Hey everyone!

I can't quite remember where I originally read up on this idea.. It is sort of a take on the "Saran Wrap Nails" that I absolutely love.. but instead, you use a ziploc bag (cut into smaller squares) and you sort of just swirl the polish around.. Which I thought was genius and that I had to try.




Products Used:
China Glaze Strong Adhesion Base Coat
OPI Pink Friday
China Glaze Rich & Famous
butter London Cheeky Chops
OPI What's With The Cattitude?
China Glaze Sweet Hook
China Glaze Fairy Dust
Ziploc Bag cut into squares
Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat


With these nails, I started with a base of light pink, once that was dry, I dabbed some of each colour on my nail, then did a little swirl.. Some turned out better than others (ie: my middle finger looks rad while my ring finger didn't do much swirling..) to top it all off, I added some Fairy Dust, because, well, why not?

A really fun method.. and not quite as messy as the saran wrap mani.. If you haven't tried it yet - you should probably give it a shot - you'll like it!

See you guys soon and have an awesome day!!

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