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13 Days of January // Day 3: Half and Half!

Hi guys! Here is my "13 Days of January" nails of the day =)


For this nail art, I first used 2 coats of China Glaze For Audrey as my base color. Then, on one half of the nail, I applied 2 coats of OPI Keeping Suzi at Bay


With a dotting tool, I added some dots along the color separation. Dots with China Glaze For Audrey on the royal blue half, and dots with OPI Keeping Suzi at Bay on the Tiffany blue half. 


This is a late post (it's almost tomorrow here), but with what happened in Paris I was not really in the mood for nail art :(



Thank you so much for reading! 
The next 13 Days of January blog post will be on Friday.


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