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Happy Independence Day!: 4th of July Nail Art

Posted on Jul 4, 2014

Happy 4th of July to all my American readers out there!  I hope you all have some super fun plans!  Today, in celebration of the U-S-of-A, I have some fun nail art to show you and maybe even inspire you. :)

First I did some Dry Brush Nail Art.  You can find a tutorial HERE.  I used OPI “Alpine Snow” as the base and for the “stripes” I used OPI “Can’t Find My Czechbook”, OPI “Ogre The Top Blue”, OPI “Keeping Suzi At Bay”, OPI “Coca-Cola Red” and OPI “Quarter of A Cent-Cherry.”

4th of July Distressed Patchwork Nail Art | Peachy Polish

For this next look I did a skittlette!  I used OPI “Coca-Cola Red”, Laquerlicious “Silver Lining”, Cult Nails “Tempest” and OPI ” Keeping Suzi At Bay.”  I free-handed the little stars using a nail art brush.

4th of July Star Skittlette Nail Art | Peachy Polish

A pretty simple design for the next look!  I used Cult Nails “Tempest” as the base and used OPI “Keeping Suzi At Bay” and OPI “Coca-Cola Red” for a geometric french tip.4th of July Criss-Cross French Tip Nail Art | Peachy Polish

For the next look I did Dry Marble Nail Art using this tutorial.  This was a little more difficult than I anticipated but it was my first try and I definitely want to give it a couple of more tries because it’s way easier than doing a water marble.  I don’t have much patience for water marbles these days. :)  I used the same polishes as the above look for this one. 4th of July Dry Marbled Nail Art | Peachy Polish

For this last look, I decided to do a negative space, half-moon, french-tip mani with some stars in the middle.  I used the the same polishes again and free-handed the designs.  4th of July Negative Space Stars & Stripes Nail Art | Peachy Polish

I hope you guys enjoyed the last red, white and blue, 4th of July post of year.  Andddd I hope you all have a fabulous and safe holiday.

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