12 Days of Christmas Nail Art: 3 French Hens

Good morning everyone! How has your week been so far? I feel like all I’ve been doing is rushing and I’m ready for a break.

Today the prompt for Challenge Your Nail Art 12 Days of Christmas is any line from the 12 Days of Christmas song. I decided to go with 3 French hens because I found this image through google:

So I started off with Wet N Wild Listening to Blue Reed, A Blank Canvas, and Red Red for the French flag as a background.
French Flag nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Then using ellagee milk glass, I muted the flag a bit:

French Flag nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

To create the hens, I’ve used Black Creme, Wet Cement, The Clock Strikes Orange, A Venice Day (yellow), besides the aforementioned polishes.

Three French Hens nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I was going to show you a close-up of each nail, but just trust me…it was horrific. It looks much better from a distance! I should have top coated it, but I’ll be honest, I did these last night and wanted to go to bed and I just didn’t wait to want until these weren’t smear-able.

I can’t wait to see what other lines from the song were done!!

I’m also participating in the annual holiday nails blog hop hosted by The Sparkle Queen:

I’d love to know your thoughts on my nail art today: fail or win?

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