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Girly Girl Nail Art Challenge - Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!


Hello lovelies!

Today's Girly Girl Challenge (hosted by Ramblings of a Closet Diva) is the last in the series and it's Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!

I decided to do something a wee bit different for this and use a darker base: Sally Hansen - Vivid, which is a rather nice wine red type shade.


Patterns have been everywhere this season and so I've based this on a few dresses I own/want.


 Pointer - tribal
I got a lovely tribal patterned midi dress from Primark for £10, a few weeks ago, not wore it yet as keeping it for my holidays.

Middle - hearts
Topshop had the most beautiful skater dress, black with red hearts all over it, but Topshop is a bit beyond what I'm prepared to pay for clothes.

Ring - cross
I have another midi dress from Primark (also £10) that is grey with distressed black crosses on it.

Pinkie - graffiti style S
Graffiti patterns are everywhere this year, so why not?


I used the new Barry M Nail Art Pens is silver and white to create this design.


Hope you like it.
And that's the end of another challenge! 

Comments

  1. I really liked the polish you used as base. I usually like those wine type of colors and this one is beautiful :)

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