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remove glitter polish quickly

Yesterday we had glitter on our nails which was great but what happens when it's time to get it off? It's not that easy, right!? Moreover, the thicker the glitter layer and the larger the particles (OPI The Living Daylights, I'm looking at you now!) the more difficult it is to remove. Never fear, we READ MORE

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easy nail art designs tutorials ebook

First of all, I wish to thank everyone who has been supporting me on this nail art quest. You lovelies rock! At the beginning of the challenge I’ve briefly mentioned that there will be a book resulting from this challenge. Well, good news… Our FIRST BOOK is on its way! 30 Easy Nail Art Designs READ MORE

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hello darling glitterbug nails

Jingle Bells! Just in time for Christmas we've been lucky enough to try new amazing product Hello Darling GlitterBug. With the current popularity of 3D manicures and the universal love for all things glitter this product is bound to succeed. It's a must have for any nail art fan due to its versatility. GlitterBug can be READ MORE

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Toothpick Nail Art Tutorial

Here are a couple of toothpick nail art designs: 1. Easy: Dotting Simply dip the end of a toothpick into your polish, then dot it on your nail. We've done a line of dots on top of the cloud pattern from earlier. You can use the pointy end of the toothpick for small dots, or READ MORE

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phillip lim nail tutorial for short nails

Phillip Lim fashion designs are all about clean lines and pure colours - subtly feminine, yet modern. So were the nails for their latest Spring/Summer 2013 runway show, created by Essie. In case you're curious, you can see here what exactly the manicure looked like. However, instead of a direct re-creation, I decided to personalise the bi-tonal READ MORE

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