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HOW-TO: Dolce & Gabbana-Inspired Nail Art

Jamie Newman | July 22, 2016 | 8:30 AM
Click through to see how to achieve this Dolce & Gabbana-Inspired manicure
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First apply base coat. Then, apply light beige polish on index, middle and pinky, and apply black polish on thumb and ring finger. Draw French line with white on thumb and ring finger.
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Draw a white dot on the bottom corner of the thumb, and draw a round circle around it. Draw a yellow dot and yellow petal on the same nail.
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Draw petals of a daisy with white polish around the yellow dot, draw an orange dot on the yellow flower, and draw and orange pattern on the white circle.
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Add leaves using green polish. Outline the beach ball with black polish.
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Add gray dots on the French tip.
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On ring finger, draw two yellow dots.
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Add petals around yellow dots. Then add leaves. Draw gray dots on tip.
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Draw three dots on the bottom and tip of the index, middle and pinky with white and light green polish.
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Draw dots on outer side of the nail with white and light green polish.
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Draw yellow dots inside of the three dots on all three nails. Draw some gray dots on just index and pinky fingers.
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Apply top coat and tell your client to strut her stuff!
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