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Check out this easy-to-recreate snowflake manicure alternative! Apply a pale blue base coat. Once the blue polish is dry, draw simple snowflakes on each nail.
Using a thin white brush, add white tips and snow flurries to your nails. Draw a snowman (or woman) on each hand with the same thin brush and white polish.
The snow isn't all dainty! Make each hand stand out with a wintry palette. Leave one nail free for something funkier. Use a thin brush for lighter shades.
An advanced nail artist might prefer this design. Those delicate details! Make these wintry trees on your nails with a black nail art pen (a black nail art pen will help you with this).
Colorful daisy manicures are possible. Use a nail pen or thin brush to add the white daisy petals and a colored center dot to your nails after the base coat.
Your fingers don't have to be tipped in white polish for French manicures. You can mix things up for spring by painting your nails with a neutral shade and a thinner brush.
Brighten up your beige or pale pink base with colorful details near your nail beds. It may be easier to work with nail art pens than brushes if you want super detailed work.
Once it dries, layer the other colors on top of each other. It's all about experimentation! When you're satisfied with
Use it as an accent color with neutrals like gray and gold, or make it stand out by painting orange plaid or pumpkins on your nails.
After Labor Day, forget everything you've heard. You can keep a white manicure in style well into fall by mixing white polish with gold metallic details.