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I actually find that using a dried up marker works better for polka dots, i do them all the time now
by IzzyBelly on 10/27/2012 1:56:26 PM
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Okay so it may sound dumb and all but are you supposed to put differ designs on according to the Halloween nails every single day? I mean, what do you [GL] expect us to do? Change it everyday or it's our choice wat do you think? I am just a lil curious...hmmm...I asked this 2 times already but no reply! ; (
Hey Chica, Sorry your previous questions slipped through the cracks. Anyway, you can choose to do whatever you want! You can keep your fave design, or you could change it, or you could even do one design per nail! Whatever you want!
by Susmita24 on 10/25/2012 4:26:49 PM
its kinda sloppy. . . . .
by pranksterqueen on 10/25/2012 2:37:38 PM
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