Brie Minar creates holiday nail art.
1. Paint a thick coat of pearly white. Add three to four drops of pure white onto the wet paint. Swirl the white through the base to create a marbled effect. Let dry.
2. Draw the two holly leaves with green polish. Have the center lines angle up toward the nail’s edge.
3. Attach a small group of red micro beads at the intersection of the leaves. Apply top coat.
Nails by Brie Minar, League City, Texas
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