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how to apply nail polish. Who knew there was a technique!

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FINALLY! we get a step by step

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henna tattoo | Tumblr

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Vacation Memories. Finally something to do with all the sand collected from different vacation spots!

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Love!

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:)

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Feather

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New favorite mani tool for hearts, dots, stripes and chevron patterns! #nails

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♥ marble swirl nail polish without the water

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Glitter coat of polish in between color coats

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love these

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Set a manicure in record time. Lightly mist freshly painted nails for instant smudge protection.

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water marbling without water

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if only i liked my nails painted...1. Paint your nails white/cream 2. Soak nails in alcohol for five minutes 3. Press nails to map and hold 4. Paint with clear protectant immediately after it dries.

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Old Fashioned | Mehwish K.'s Photo | Beautylish

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Directions: 1. White Base Color 2. Place small dots of colored polish in corner of nail. 3. Spread colored polish dots outward with a toothpick. 4. Apply topcoat. 5. Voila!

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Next thing to try

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Awesome!!

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I wish I had time to do this!

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gold leaf

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An easier way to do gradients? Must try this.

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CHEAP version of shellac- No more chipped nails: (1) Apply 1 thin coat of 5 Minute Gel Polish. (2) Apply 1 coat of Essie's 3 Way Glaze base coat. (3) Apply 2 coats of polish. (4) Finish with a coat of 3 Way Glaze.

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