Dry, Dammit!

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Butterfly wing nails with W7 Last Tango in Paris

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Good evening! Tonight I bring you a quick post to show you some nail art I did with W7 Last Tango in Paris. I needed to cover up my worn tips so I figured instead of doing a French manicure, why not try a butterfly manicure? It turns out it was so much easier than I thought it would be, so of course that made me happy.

W7 Last Tango in Paris butterfly wings nails by Dry, Dammit!

W7 Last Tango in Paris butterfly wings nails by Dry, Dammit!

W7 Last Tango in Paris butterfly wings nails by Dry, Dammit!

I think to make this manicure pop you really need to use a base that is more than just a creme, which is why Last Tango in Paris is perfect for the base. This is so easy to do; all I did was use a black striper polish to make the curve and lines on my nails, as well as to fill in the rest of the wing area, and then a dotting tool in two different sizes to make the dots on the ends of the wings. Easy peasy!

If I can do this in all my unco-ness, theΒ  you can too! Let me know what you think. Thanks for reading!

10 thoughts on “Butterfly wing nails with W7 Last Tango in Paris

  1. this is super nice!!!!

  2. Wow, well done!!! These look incredible. I’m very impressed!

  3. Last Tango is an fantastic base for butterfly wings. And the end result is very pretty.

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