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Countdown To Halloween 2016 - 7 Days

Hey everyone!

I am not going to pretend I am not amped for this time of year. It really is the most wonderful time!

I am again doing a countdown to my favourite day with fun nail art that you could recreate from my recreations and sport on Halloween. Yup!

I obviously need to kick this off with a bang, and when I saw these, I literally 'yasssssssssssssssssssss'ed at my computer. True story.

I saw THIS PHOTO on pinterest, and then tracked them down on Armstrongnail's IG. Obsessed!

And my take..


My sole mission was to make the wounds look as gnarly and gooey as possible (when I sent my sister some behind the scenes photos, she liked the original look.. but I literally told her I opted to make them 'gooier' - legit scientific term)

Anytime I can destroy my polished nails to make wounds is a great day to me!

I used:
  • China Glaze Strong Adhesion Base Coat
  • China Glaze Westside Warrior
  • OPI My Vampire Is Buff
  • OPI Cinnamon Sweet
  • Cirque Empire State Of Mind
  • Sally Hansen Red Carpet
  • Essie Very Structured 
  • Essie Matte About You
  • Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat

Delicious.

See you all again tomorrow!

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