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Thursday, June 25th, 2009

Nail Art of the Day: White with Navy Blue Tips

Nail Art White with Blue Tips

Happy Thursday! Hope your morning is off to a wonderful start. It's creeping closer to Friday, which makes me a happy little camper. I was thinking, it's been a while since I last dragged out my favorite Sally Hansen nail art pens.

This is one of my favorite combinations that was featured in the promo ad last January, and I just love it! This would also look fab on your tootsies - I may need to try that soon.

What I used: Orly White out nail polish for base or any french white cream, Sally Hansen's nail art pen in blue and SH Insta Dri for topcoat.

Hope you have a fantastic day - think positive thoughts!

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clapster said on Jun 25th, 2009 9:08 am
Looks fantastic as always! What is your fav red for a 4th of July mani?
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Danica said on Jun 25th, 2009 9:48 am
This is really cute. I love these nail art pens, but I think they are really expensive, and I want them all :) The blue looks very matte, and on some fingers so does the white. Is that the insta dri top coat or the nail art pen?
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Lucy said on Jun 25th, 2009 4:29 am
This is adorable. Looks very nautical.
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Atomica said on Jun 25th, 2009 8:05 am
That is a very clean, simple, modern look. Very nice! I think I'm going to try the same, but with black as the base and maybe a sparkly red glitter for the tips.
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Steph said on Jun 29th, 2009 1:49 am
Hi Clapster, That's a toughie! Are you looking for a creme, shimmer, or glitter? Hi Danica, Yeah, they are pretty expensive. Look for those buy one, get one free deals. The nail art pens are all a matte texture. For some reason, the image looks matte, but in real life it's not. The topcoats makes it shiny. Hi Lucy, Aww, thanks! :) Hi Atomica, Thanks! :) Ooh, sounds awesome!
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clapster said on Jun 29th, 2009 3:24 am
Hi Steph, I have more of a creme preference, but shimmer is always nice for a holiday too. Thanks!
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