Manicure Mondays : Christmas Pudding Please

Hello 🙂

~ Blog-ember Day 14~

Welcome to the third Christmas Manicure in the Blog-ember series, I hope you have enjoyed the previous Christmas Tree Nails  & Snowman Nails !

Today we have a must have item for any Christmas feast- of course a Christmas pud’! Any, a surprisingly simple but yet effective nail look!

Christmas Pudding Please!?

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Step One:

Start by prepping and shaping the nails as desired, apply a brush of white vinegar (to remove excess oils) and add a top coat- allow to dry.

Step Two:

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Paint the bottom 3/4 of the nail with a brown polish ( I used Body Shop  ‘Chocolate Cutie’) may take 2 layers. Allow to dry fully. You can add small ‘currant’ dots with a small dotting tool – I forgot haha!

Step Three:

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Place some white polish (I used Barry M ‘White’) on a surface, using a large dotting tool make drips going down the nail and fill in to resemble the cream. Allow to dry.

Step Four:

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Place some green polish (I used Barry M Gelly ‘Black Pistachio’) on a surface, with a small dotting tall make small circles to resemble holly leafs and allow to dry. Taking some red polish ( I used Maybelline ‘Deep Red’) again with the small dotting tool and add to circle for the holly berries. Allow to dry fully.

Once everything is dry apply a top coat to seal in your design!

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And there you have some Christmas Puds on your nails! Even just doing one of these as an accent nail and the rest in brown. I hope you have enjoyed the first of the festive manicure here on my blog- leave me links if you are doing these posts too!

Thank You So Much For Reading 🙂

~ B ~

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