Happy Hanukkah Nail Art

2014 favorite button | Be Happy And Buy PolishGood morning everyone! Tonight starts the first night of Hanukkah, and I decided to do some nail art to celebrate.

My first manicure is just a simple striped manicure. I started off with 2 coats of Orly Mirrorball (which I’ll be showing you later this week!), then I used Star of Bombay (dark blue), and Gumdrop (light blue/Tiffany blue) with a long striper brush:

Hanukkah nail art stripes | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I was kind of “meh” on that, so I decided to try out another manicure! For this manicure, I started with 2 coats of Wet N Wild A Blank Canvas. Using Teal Slowly & See, I created a large dot on each nail, and drew circular lines around the dot with TS&S and Listening to Blue Reed. Lastly, I used A Blank Canvas & A Venice Day for my candles.

Hanukkah candles nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Please join me in showing off your Hanukkah nail art! The inlinkz are open from December 15-25, plenty of time to add your nails.

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

I’d love to know what you think of my nail art today, and if you like it, please share this post, or pin either image! Talk soon,


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