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Milani Pop Art Nail Art

Milani Spring 2014 Pop Art Nail Art Nails

Today I’ve got more of the Milani Spring 2014 nail polish colors to show you. I created Pop Art Nail Art and it’s very easy for you to recreate!

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Milani Pop Art Nail Art

Start by painting each of your fingers a solid shade. I used Peach Innocence on my index finger, Aqua Brisk on my middle finger, Vivid Violet on my ring finger and Power Periwinkle on my pinky finger. Then tape off, at an angle, a section of the nail. I then put Vivid Violet on top of Aqua Brisk, Peach Innocence on top of Vivid Violet, Power Periwinkle on top of Peach Innocence and Aqua Brisk on top of Power Periwinkle.

Milani Peach Innocence, Aqua Brisk, Vivid Violet, Power Periwinkle Nail Art

The colors applied smoothly and easily. Before you try the tape, make sure your nails are completely dry. The trick with tape is to put it on your hand first, to remove some of the stickyness, and then carefully put it on the nail. Use an orange stick to press it down so that it gives you a solid line. After you paint on top of it, immediately remove the tape so that the nail polish doesn’t dry on the tape.

Products Used

  • Cult Nails Get it On Base Coat
  • Milani Peach Innocence
  • Milani Aqua Brisk
  • Milani Vivid Violet
  • Milani Power Periwinkle
  • KBShimmer Clearly on Top Top Coat
  • Scotch Tape
  • Zoya Remove
  • Detail brush for cleanup

To see swatches and more of the Milani Spring 2014 collection, check out my video.

What do you think of the Pop Art Nail Art I created? Would you wear it?

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