paint your nails with a base color and let them dry completely. Then come back and paint a layer of another color on top, and before it dries, you dab pieces of wadded up saran wrap on top lightly, then top coat

paint your nails with a base color and let them dry completely. Then come back and paint a layer of another color on top, and before it dries, you dab pieces of wadded up saran wrap on top lightly, then top coat

1) Paint your nails with a blue color. 2) Apply another coat of the blue. This will help to not get to your bare nail as fast. 3) Apply a white color on top of the blue. I used Sinful Colors in Snow Me White. 4) Dip a Q-tip in nail polish remover and gently swipe away the white. Be careful not to get to your bare nail. 5) Top coat! I used OPI Nail Envy Matte because it gives a nice natural finish- I didn't want something super glossy or by rachelpp

1) Paint your nails with a blue color. 2) Apply another coat of the blue. This will help to not get to your bare nail as fast. 3) Apply a white color on top of the blue. I used Sinful Colors in Snow Me White. 4) Dip a Q-tip in nail polish remover and gently swipe away the white. Be careful not to get to your bare nail. 5) Top coat! I used OPI Nail Envy Matte because it gives a nice natural finish- I didn't want something super glossy or by rachelpp

To make your own matte nail polish, make a little pile of eyeshadow (great idea for the broken shadows we all have lying around!) and mix in a little clear nail polish. No more paying $8 a bottle for the matte stuff! - Continued!

To make your own matte nail polish, make a little pile of eyeshadow (great idea for the broken shadows we all have lying around!) and mix in a little clear nail polish. No more paying $8 a bottle for the matte stuff! - Continued!

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