Winter Nails

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winter-nails-1700-x-1275Hi guys. It’s been a while since my last post. These are some winter nails I’ve had on for a while but I am only getting around to posting them now. I love the oxblood red and gold combinations, this one was inspired by a nail art done by Bad Girl Nails. I love her stuff, you should check her out. To get this look you will need the following (I added affiliate links to the products below for your convenience. All products were purchased by me unless otherwise stated):

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  1. First, prepare your nails for your gel manicure. Click here to see how to do this.
  2. Apply primer to your nails and allow them to air dry
  3. Apply a thin coat of base gel to your nails and cure them in the lamp.
  4. Apply the oxblood red gel to your thumb, index and pinky nails and cure in the lamp. Appy gold to your middle nails and beige to your ring finger nails and cure in the lamp. Repeat this step until you are satisfied with the coverage.
  5. Apply the cuticle protector around your ring finger nail and use the white stamping polish to stamp the design on your nail. Use tweezers to peel off the protective layer.
  6. Use the nail glue to add gold rhinestones to your middle finger nail.
  7. Apply a coat of matte top coat to all your nails except your middle finger nail, then cure in the lamp.
  8. Apply clear top coat to your middle finger nail between the stones, you may need to use a detail brush for this, then cure in the lamp.
  9. Use nail cleanser and a lint-free wipe to cleanse your nails of any tacky residue.
  10. Apply cuticle oil to your cuticles and massage in.

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