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LOVE: A Sharpie Nail Art Story

Hey Guys

I've been reduce to a single post a day due to a psychology essay that's majorly kicking my behind. it's due at $pm on Monday and I've not even started. While genes and behavior are my favorite topics, I dread actually having to do the research. Oh well, 10 words done; only 1490 to go....

But anyway, I've caught the procrastination bug and have came up with a simple, yet cute, nail art. This once again uses only a base nail polish and a black sharpie.

I used my favorite YSL La Laque Couture nail laquer, in the shade #48 Rose Scabiosa, as my base colour. I think that the cooler tone of this shade really suits my paler skin.

I used my fine tipped black Sharpie pen, and just using my normal handwriting, wrote the individual letters for 'love' across my nails; leaving the thumb nail to have a heart drawn on.

It's simple and yet I think that it's really cute. It looks like an effort has been made to dress up your nails.

Until next time, 

Louise x x

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