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Art deco + metallic = mani after my own heart. // Enter the #PruneforJune contest for your chance to win, PruneforJune.com

Time to try out a new manicure - one that involves geometry! As far as manicure math goes, we know this: geometric shapes + new, fall nail colors = need-to-have nails. For this nail art tutorial you'll need: gray nail polish, Armani nail lacquer in Kaleidoscope scissors, tape, and top coat.

Follow these at-home manicure do's and don'ts for storage and application and you'll be left with minimal clean-up and spotless results. Here's how to make sure you don't make a mess!

Blue Moon Nails! Key: Drying time! Let silver completely dry, at least 30 minutes (don't want paint to peel off with sticker!) and let navy dry for at least ten.... Try different color combos!

I need this! I can never do my nails without smudging them. 3 steps for fixing a smudged manicure

Turquoise & Caicos is one of my favorite Essie colors, so no surprise I like this dotted mani. Try out your own color combo using the same technique.

the little flowers would look cute with a French manicure :) Karen Jacot Jacot Jacot Jacot Jacot Jacot Jacot Maye you'd like these

Louboutin nails! I love this look but I totally hate putting nail polish under my nail. It just doesn't feel right, I tell you.

It’s good to change things up every now and then. Today let’s have a some fun with the classic French mani, shall OUI!?