As winter sets in, these snowflake nails by Michelle Gill are a great option for a seasonal nail art design.
Polish the nail red. Use a thin-tipped brush to place a white dot in the center of the nail.
Draw a white arrow pointing toward the center dot.
Repeat step 2 four more times, so you have a total of five arrows pointing to the center dot.
Draw two more lines at the end of each arrow, facing in the the same direction as each arrowhead.
Nails by Michelle Gill, candy-paint.tumblr.com, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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