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Published on Jul 28, 2012
**DISCLAIMER I'm not affiliated with any company. I'm not a solicitor or a promoter. I purchased all of my items with my own money and always have done so. I will tell anyone who asks where I purchased my nail supplies and that's it. ***Hello all. Once again I am capitalizing in my Folk Art Extreme glitter. I know I haven't showed all of these colors for my sessions but I'll get to it. Eventually. This is a really quick nail art session. I was going to leave the gradient as is but threw in a little design so it won't look flat. I ended up breaking my pinkie nail down to my meat and that hurt like the dickens. I know I say this a lot but people believe since their nails are short they can't pull of a nail art design and I say 'not true'. Nail art can be pulled off no matter what length your nails are. Since this nail broke across my meat it's going to take longer for it to grow back. This session is for those who are like me, need a quick design but can't draw.
Oh, my videos will now be silent because EVERYTIME I choose a music back ground I'm always getting an email saying there was an issue with the music I chose and it's really aggravating week after week so I decided not to put anything on my videos. Items I used: Wet-n-Wild clear polish Wooden stick Folk Art Extreme Silver Folk Art Extreme Confetti Folk Art Extreme Black Black glitter Heart Rhinestones Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat