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NOTD: Lightning Strikes!

Hi there!

I got some new French tip guides today and I wanted to give them a whirl.  These ones are lightning bolt shaped and will look fab with bright and bold colours, though I'm really liking this metallic/chrome combo.

China Glaze Unpredictable with Nails Inc Montpelier Square.

Unpredictable was a previous mani (2 coats) and it only took 1 coat of Montpelier Square.





Are there any colour combo's you think I should try out with these guides?

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  1. Black with a really bright colour would look great! xx

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    1. Thanks =) I shall try that next xo

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    1. These little french tip guides are fab!

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    1. Thanks, looking forward to trying other effects xo

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  4. This is such a great look. I love those colours together

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    1. Thanks =) I like to wear a new colour and then jazz it up a wee bit xo

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  5. looks like harry potter's scar hahah
    nice!

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  6. These are totally fab! I'd try it with a black and gold - maybe even gold glitter. These would be so cool with glitter. Where did you find them?

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  7. That's a really good idea! I got them on eBay. Shall post the link once I'm on the laptop xo

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  8. Turquoise and orange would be awesome

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