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Summery!

Very interesting effect achieved by layering colours over black and then removing them with acetone and a paint brush.,

Very interesting effect achieved by layering colours over black and then removing them with acetone and a paint brush

Very interesting effect achieved by layering colours over black and then removing them with acetone and a paint brush.,

Using a sharpie. Never thought of this but will totally do it now.

34 Things You Can Improve With A Sharpie

1) Paint your nails with a blue color. 2) Apply another coat of the blue. This will help to not get to your bare nail as fast. 3) Apply a white color on top of the blue. I used Sinful Colors in Snow Me White. 4) Dip a Q-tip in nail polish remover and gently swipe away the white. Be careful not to get to your bare nail. 5) Top coat! I used OPI Nail Envy Matte because it gives a nice natural finish- I didn't want something super glossy or by rachelpp

1) Paint your nails with a blue color. 2) Apply another coat of the blue. This will help to not get to your bare nail as fast. 3) Apply a white color on top of the blue. I used Sinful Colors in Snow Me White. 4) Dip a Q-tip in nail polish remover and gently swipe away the white. Be careful not to get to your bare nail. 5) Top coat! I used OPI Nail Envy Matte because it gives a nice natural finish- I didn't want something super glossy or by rachelpp

Nail Art / DIY Caviar Nails   These beads are available at Michaels for  3.50 instead of the Caviet version for  25 at Sephora

Nail Art / DIY Caviar Nails These beads are available at Michaels for 3.50 instead of the Caviet version for 25 at Sephora

"ombre" nails = painting nails lightest to darkest in sam color family. Awesome Idea :)

"ombre" nails = painting nails lightest to darkest in sam color family. Awesome Idea :)

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