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30 Days of Untrieds Catch Up || Day 12 - Stripes

Ok it's time to catch up!

So here is the mani of the day 12 of the challenge =)




I first applied 1 coat of Nails Inc. Whitehall. Then I sponged Yes Love Magnetic 9 over it. I applied 1 coat of basecoat to "rehydrate" the polishes and used China Glaze magnet to create the stripes.




Hope you liked this ;)


Untrieds used:
Nails Inc. Whitehall
Yes Love Magnetic 9


See you soon for my animal print mani!


Comments

  1. Wow, I didn't know you could "rehydrate" them. I was seeeing the magnetic design and the gradient and I was just so lost as to how you did it! Really nice!

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    1. Thanks =D
      Happy to know that someone learnt from me :P Doesn't happen often!

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