Sara Khalaf creates an A+ nail design.
Polish the nail white (apply two coats). Use light blue paint to make horizontal lines across the nail. Let dry. Use pink paint to make one vertical line on the left side.
Paint “A+” in red.
Make a diagonal rectangle in black in the lower corner.
Fill in the rectangle with yellow paint, leaving a small margin of black as an outline. Let dry. Use black paint to add measurement marks to make the rectangle into a ruler.
Nails by Sara Khalaf, Romulus, Mich.
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