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Coachella-Inspired Nail Art

Jamie Newman | April 12, 2016 | 12:59 PM
Apply base coat.
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Apply a sheer dark blue nail polish.
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Apply a sheer light blue nail polish to create a gradient.
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Apply a sheer orange color after the light blue color.
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Apply a sheer pastel yellow polish on nail tips.
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Draw a leaf of a palm tree with black polish on the index finger.
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Add another...
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....and two more.
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Draw the tree trunk.
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Repeat on the ring finger.
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Draw two thin circles with black nail polish on the middle finger. Then draw some half moons on the circle part of the design.
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Draw small dots on the center of the circle, and draw V-shaped lines from the dot part to create a Ferris wheel shape. Draw a small circle around the dot, and draw thin lines inside the two circles. Draw a mountain on the bottom part of the Ferris wheel and then a small palm tree next to the Ferris wheel.
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On the pinkie, draw a mountain at the tip, then three palm trees. Repeat this design on the thumb.
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Apply topcoat, and get ready to dance the weekend away at Coachella!
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Weekend 1 of Coachella is this weekend, so there is no better time to ready your clients for the SoCal music festival than some Coachella-inspired nail art, courtesty of Mars the Salon nail artist Ayumy Namaizawa. Click through the slideshow to see a step-by-step tutorial on how to create this manicure design. 

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