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Candy Cane Nails!

I wish I could have done a better nail art for this Christmas weekend, but I just had 3 hours to shower, do my nails and pack my stuffs for the 4 days weekend away from home! So, I did the classical candy cane nails...

Step 1 : First, I applied 1 coat of Yolizul Fashion 242, a jelly red (the only red I have, lol).

Step 2 : Then, to add some glitter, I layered a coat of my new Essence You're a Gold Mine from the Special Effect! Topper Collection. It's a really pretty polish with micro golden glitter. It adds sparkles on the nails for a beautiful effect without covering the color underneath. 

Step 3 : I created white lines with Flexbrush White. And here they are, my candy cane nails :

As usual, my base coat was Orly Bonder and Seche Vite my top coat!

Let's take a closer look for a better view of the golden glitter :

Even if it wasn't original, I really enjoyed these nails :) I wanted to eat them, lol! And I received a lots of compliments from my family!! So next Christmas, if you don't know what to do, try Candy Cane Nails ;)


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