How super girly are these nails? They look quite easy to replicate too!

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DIY Christmas Tree Nails

Wanna go hard in the Christmas spirit department this year? I’ve got just the thing!┬áCheck out these adorably festive Christmas Tree nails!

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Start by painting your fingernails a fairly light nude color. Once your satisfied that it’s completely dried, grab some painters tape and tear off two small strips. Set the strips in a triangular shape and paint it any darker green shade. Once that layer has dried go and find a sparkly shade of green or, if you don’t have one of those, sub it with any other green you have, it’s all good! You can also go super crazy and paint on festive balls with a spaghetti noodle and even apply a nice festive star on the top of your tree!Don’t forget to finish it all off with a top coat!

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Ombre Nails

This one takes a bit more effort to master! Grab two colors, and paint your nails with the lightest one. Next paint the two colors you’ve chosen and paint them side by side, then use a toothpick to blend the colors in the middle. Grab a makeup sponge and gently dab the sponge in the two semi-blended colors. Dab the sponge on your nails and let it dry. Dab a Q-Tip in nail polish remover and clean-up any mess around your nails. Apply a topcoat and that’s it! You’re all done!

Nautical Mani

Hi-Ho Sailor! Check out these adorable, nautical themed nails! You could easily try to replicate this at home if you have the right colors or, if your terrible at doing your nails (like I am!) you could just take it to your manicurist and let her work her magic on it! Either way, SO cute right?!

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Don’t you love when you come across a nail tutorial that looks gorgeous on but is also SO easy to replicate? Me too! Well, this just happens to be one of those nail tutorials! Go stock up on some reinforcements (the kind that you use when your notepaper holes rip) and stack them up like you see in the picture. Paint them whatever color you like and make sure to let them dry before setting the next set of reinforcements on your nail.