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Super cute Alice in Wonderland nail art inspired by the Cheshire cat.


Any Cheshire Cat inspired nails have to have the iconic pink and purple swirled stripes; it's just like a must. Another iconic part that I had to include was the cheeky half moon grin; it used to give me the creeps when I was younger.


The polishes that I used for this look were:


Models Own 'Dinky Pinky' which is a bright fuchsia pink. I think the shade pulls more towards having a blue, cool undertone to it. Models Own polishes are super good; they are long lasting and glossy. I used two coats of this as the base before the details.

Sephora by OPI 'Ms. Can't Be Wrong' is a purple plum shade that has tiny little micro glitter interspersed within that shines fuchsia. It's more pink and warm toned than I thought that it would be on the nails. I thought that it would be a perfect match to 'Dinky Pinky'.  

Models Own 'Banana Split' was used for the Cheshire Cats eyes, Barry M Nail Paint in 'Black' and Collection Nail Polish in 'White Out' were used for the small details.

As date of my Walt Disney World holiday get closer, I get more and more Disney obsessed; like my perfect day is watching Disney movies, planning my holiday etc. It doesn't help I'm  summer break with noting important to do!

Tell me what yo think? Expect more Disney nail art in the coming days!

Louise x x

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