Pinspiration: Winter nail art you can totally master
Why not have your mani match your fave holiday sweater?
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Step 1: After a base coat, apply two layers of red polish.
OPI Got the Blues For Red, $8, drugstore.com
Step 2: Using a white thin tipped nail art pen, draw on a unique design for each finger. For some patterns that are a bit too tricky, try to simplify them into more basic stripes and dots. Then, apply topcoat.
Sally Hansen Nail Art Pen in White, $8, walgreens.com
That corncob pipe and button nose never looked better, are we right?
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Step 1: After a base coat, apply two layers of a metallic blue polish.
Essie Nail Color in Blue Rhapsody, $9, macys.com
Step 2: Using a slightly darker blue sparkle polish, sweep the tips of your nails to create a gradient glitter effect.
Sally Girl Mini Nail Polish in Blue Glitter Dare U, $1, sallybeauty.com
Step 3: Using white, black and orange nail art pens (the Sally Hansen one from the previous mani is perfect) draw a snowman on one finger of each hand. When creating the snowman, press down the white pen with different forces to form simple circles in different sizes. Finish with a topcoat.
We heart this glittery take on the classic French.
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Step 1: Apply a clear coat to your nails.
Setp 2: With a white polish, paint the upper quarter of your nails for a French manicure look.
Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Xtreme Wear Nail Color in White On, $3, drugstore.com
Step 3: Apply a silver glitter polish over the entire nail for a perfect snowy mani.
Milani Jewel FX Nail Lacquer in Silver, $5, soap.com
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