The Easiest French Manicure Ever
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I can’t believe the Thanksgiving break is about over! We had such a wonderful time relaxing and spending time as a family, and even made sure the kids got ‘special’ times! Us girls took a bit one afternoon to pamper our piggies with fabulous colors, and now we’re showing you how to do The Easiest French Manicure Ever!
I learned this trick years ago, and it’s been so nice to just quickly whip up some french manicured nails in a jiffy! My girls think it’s a blast, especially when we don’t just do the typical white/clear/pink. When I asked the girls what special thing they wanted to do with just the three of us over the break, they instantly replied ‘paint our nails’! So we swung by Walgreens’ beauty department and picked up some of Piggy Paint’s fabulous colors.
Why Piggy Paint? Well, Wonder Woman has really sensitive skin, always has. I have to be careful what I put on her nails! I like that Piggy Paint nail polish is non-toxic and hypoallergenic. She also has a habit of chewing on her nails (gets it from Hubby, I think), so I feel safer using all natural polish that can’t hurt her if she does.
So first, do your bottom layer color, and allow it to dry completely. If you’re using Piggy Paint, it dries super fast…another bonus! Cut out a slip of paper arched like the top of your nail. Use it as a stencil, pressing it firmly down to prevent the polish from bleeding.
Paint your top line color carefully, then remove the paper/stencil and allow it to dry.
That’s it! It’s super fast, and turns out beautifully! Here’s Wonder Woman’s nails once we were done…..
We had so much fun, and even did our toes! When we were done, the boys even begged for me to paint their nails because they saw how much fun we had! It was super cute, and Superman even went around ‘look at my BEAUTIFUL nails!’ Love these kids!
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