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  • Angie Welbern

    DIY Nail Tips - not crazy about the color, but good idea!

  • Cheryl Oeser

    DIY Nail Tips - Great idea to perfect a French nail manicure!

  • Miranda Duke

    DIY Nail Tips. I don't know that I'd personally do yellow, but a great tip for French nails-probably cheaper than the sally hansen french tip strips

  • Denis Villarreal

    how to french manicure Nail ideas :D

  • Kristen Sebring

    The perfect DIY french manicure - use hole reinforcement stickers on your nail tips (thanks Danielle for the great idea!)

  • Allison Bednash

    DIY Nails Art easy French manicure

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