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  • Petra Simms

    Drip nail art! Use the folded end of a bobby pin to drop the colour and drag it to the end of the nail. So easy and cute!

  • Cieara Kirstein

    cute nail art | cute and easy nail designs for short nails Cute Nail Designs For Short ...

  • Candy Apple

    Paint Splatter Nail Art. You use bobby pins for this, and then drag them.

  • Yanisha Simpson

    Lava Lamp Nail Art - use bobby pins and drag the color....

  • Caitlin O`Shea

    Cute nail ideas

  • Mary Roleke

    Paint nails Marcela F. "using the tip of a bobby pin as a dotting tool. first I make some random dots where I want the "dripping" to go, than I drag the color to the tip of the nail it's pretty easy, actually! "

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using the tip of a bobby pin as a dotting tool, first make some random dots where the "dripping" will go, then drag the color to the tip of the nail

How-To: Splatter Nails. I do this but probably not with the tape, just use nail polish remover to take the nail polish that got on he skin.

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gray, white, sparkle tone on tone polka dots are fun but discreet for wedding day nails. TOES!

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Cool look, and super simple to do...minus the jewel things.

R u kidding me? I've been doing this all wrong the whole time. :) It's funny how one simple trick can make one feel sooo humbled...