Follow Stephanie Berry's St. Patrick's Day rainbow to nail art gold.
Polish the nail gold.
Use opaque polishes and a striper brush to paint the colors of the rainbow in a fan shape from the top to about halfway down the nail.
Use black nail polish to paint a circle at the base of the rainbow and paint a horizontal line on top of the circle to create the pot.
Use green polish and a dotting tool to create shamrocks. Use a striper brush to add a curved line on the pot with white polish.
Apply top coat. Apply gold jewels or gems using extra top coat or nail glue.
Nails by Stephanie Berry, hausoflacquer.com, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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