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Even tho valentines day is over this is still a great idea... Would be cute with Mardi Gras colors!!

I totally did the opposite version of this this morning...red on 4, white on 1. love it! #4thofJuly

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!

THE BASIC MANICURE ~Always clean your tools properly before you begin. ~You want to file your nails dry ~Soak ur nails in bowl of warm water ~Apply a cuticle oil/cream to keep the cuticle soft while you’re doing ur manicure ~Using an orange stick/metal pusher, push ur cuticles back. ~If you’re a pro, you can very carefully trim the cuticle ~Buff the nail using a 3/4 sided buffer.

1.Punch out tissue paper circles. Put about 5-7 pieces on top of each other to get a good solid punch. 2.Paint the base of the nails with any color you want. 3.Use a pen to pick up the pieces of confetti and lay them down on the wet nail polish.

These are cute too. =) Maybe even doing just the dark blue nails with one accent nails with the white stripes and heart.

Gold nails! I do them all the time! I call them champagne hands! Sparkle-less gold nails are surprisingly subtle.

Fully inspired by a pair of Louboutins. Hot date this Valentine’s day? Perhaps you want to try this mani!

Just ahead of the May 10 opening of the latest film version of “The Great Gatsby” comes this striking Art Deco–inspired manicure. Click on the photo for all the steps.

The very best part is that if you mess up you can take it off with rubbing alcohol (before a top coat) so you don’t have to use nail polish remover and completely take off your polish.