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Floral Nail Art Inspired By My Tank Top Pattern: What Do You Think?

A few weeks ago, I purchased a pink tank top with a super pretty pattern and thought "This would make a great mani."

LOL, maybe I saw it and bought it solely because it would make a great mani. You got me! It was like $5, no shame in it!!! :P

Anyway, here is the pattern:


And here is my mani. What do you think??


I used China Glaze Something Sweet for the base.  China Glaze Pink Voltage is the neon pink flower color. Zoya Keiko is the purple accent on the flowers.  The leaves are Wet & Wild Stand The Test of Lime and the white is A Blank Canvas, both from the new Pop Art Craze collection.  I have no clue what the jade color is, LOL, but if anyone's dying to know, PM me on Facebook and I'll figure it out!


I need some finer brushes for the petal lines, I think.  But it's really not so bad! :)




Hope you like it! I ended up liking it more as time went on...I wore it for over 24 hours, you know that's serious stuff, haha.

Follow me on Instagram - @LjChrystal for sneak peeks of manis - and pictures of my super cute, brilliant, fuzzy, happy, tail-wagging best buddy, Shelby!




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