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GUEST POST: Valentine's Day Nail Art

Guest Post written by: Dimpal Rathore

With V-Day looming in the near horizon all my giveaway guest post entries are revolving around it and who is complaining?  I am truly loving it :) Dimpal blogs at  http://crazypolishes.blogspot.in/ and is a nail polish and nail art fanatic! Let's see what she has in store for us...

Hello Beauties ,
I am Dimpal. I am so happy and excited to write my first blog post ever .
This is valentine week and I can see lots of love in the air and so in the blogs.
Here, I am gonna show you a very simple valentine nail art which doesn’t need any special tool or
accessories. You will need following things:
A base coat: I used Sally Hansen Double Duty Strengthening base coat
A white nail polish : I used collection 2000’s French White
A pink or red nail polish: I used Colorama sexy
A top coat: I used Chambor’s top coat
A dotting tool or toothpick

First apply base coat to protect nails. After that apply 2 coats of white nail polish.

Using a dotting tool (or you can use tooth pick also) draw alphabet “I”, a heart and “U” on your middle finger’s nail.
  

Paint rest of your nails diagonally with pink color. Using a toothpick, draw little pink hearts on white portions of nails.
  

Then make little white dots on border of pink color.

Finally apply top coat and Tah-Dahh your Valentines Nails are ready.

Please let the polish dry atleast 15-20 mins before applying top coat so all the layers get dry completely
and thus avoid any mess up. The pink polish is very bright in shade but because I clicked these pics
with flash, it’s looking little dull.

I Hope you guyz enjoyed the tutorial of this very simple nail art.

Aren’t they cute!!!


Luv
Dimpal

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