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Today I bring you a fun Nicole by OPI Nail Art challenge using two colours from the Nicole by OPI Selena Gomez Collection: not-so-mellow yellow, Hit the Lights and the perfect hot pink, Spring Break!

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My #NicoleChallenge nail art was inspired by a Tequila Sunrise and a southern sunrise, gradually shifting from a hot, scorching pink to a sunny yellow. The manicure reminds me of a hot, summery sunrise in the tropics, enjoying the heat and the beach. It screams summer!

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NicolebyOPI_SpringBreakHittheLights3What do you think of my challenge nails?

~xo

One of the bloggers recently started a 31-Day Challenge on Facebook at Painting Outside the Lines, and I decided to give it a go.

I’ve seen this particular challenge on a few blogs lately, and though I really don’t know if I can keep up, I thought I’d try and participate anyway. ๐Ÿ™‚

So far it’s been a lot of fun, and one of the challenge days really inspired me….

This was a rush job, but given my adoration of white nail polishes, I fell in LOVE with this!!! It’s just a white base with Lynnderella’s Connect the Dots, which is slowly becoming my go-to top coat. CtD looks phenomenal on ANYTHING!!!!

What do you think? Do you love it as much as I do?

 

The other challenges included an orange day:

OPI A Good Mandarin is Hard to Find. I had no idea this was a jelly and I’ve had this for at least one or two summers!!! It is a perfect summer colour!

I then used this as a base for my next challenge which I haven’t posted yet, but here it is. Rainbow!

Let’s be honest. I could never wear this out in public but it was fun to be creative. lol.

Finally, here is another I tried just for fun: Polka Dots

Again… not sure I could wear some of these creative polishes to work but it was fun to challenge myself and create these.
Have you ever participated in these challenges? And how did you last all 30 or 31 days??

 

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