BLOODY MURDER

“In this image the skin tone is flawless – almost glowing, and the nail art is made to look like blood. The unspoken message here is that, again, beauty can also be dangerous. This nail look can be easily created with DL’s Lady is a Tramp (the most beautiful red EVER) fading into Dark side of the Moon. Begin by painting 2 coats of Lady is a Tramp, next dab Dark Side of the Moon onto the tip of the nail, dry brush it off, and keep dabbing and dry brushing until a smooth gradient is achieved. Or, for another look, you can just French tip Lady Is a Tramp with Dark Side of the moon to get a tonal darker red French manicure.”

BLOODY MURDER
“In this image the skin tone is flawless – almost glowing, and the nail art is made to look like blood. The unspoken message here is that, again, beauty can also be dangerous.

This nail look can be easily created with DL’s Lady is a Tramp (the most beautiful red EVER) fading into Dark side of the Moon. Begin by painting 2 coats of Lady is a Tramp, next dab Dark Side of the Moon onto the tip of the nail, dry brush it off, and keep dabbing and dry brushing until a smooth gradient is achieved. Or, for another look, you can just French tip Lady Is a Tramp with Dark Side of the moon to get a tonal darker red French manicure.”

“In this image the skin tone is flawless – almost glowing, and the nail art is made to look like blood. The unspoken message here is that, again, beauty can also be dangerous.

This nail look can be easily created with DL’s Lady is a Tramp (the most beautiful red EVER) fading into Dark side of the Moon. Begin by painting 2 coats of Lady is a Tramp, next dab Dark Side of the Moon onto the tip of the nail, dry brush it off, and keep dabbing and dry brushing until a smooth gradient is achieved. Or, for another look, you can just French tip Lady Is a Tramp with Dark Side of the moon to get a tonal darker red French manicure.”

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