Candy canes ~ Picture Polish 'Minty' over base of Essie 'Fashion Playground' ~ nail art using white acrylic and Picture Polish 'Watermelon' ~ ▲▼▲ Coco's nails ▲▼▲

Candy canes ~ Picture Polish 'Minty' over base of Essie 'Fashion Playground' ~ nail art using white acrylic and Picture Polish 'Watermelon' ~ ▲▼▲ Coco's nails ▲▼▲

Instagram photo taken by BOTANIC NAILS - INK361

Instagram photo taken by BOTANIC NAILS - INK361

If you are looking for great nail art this Christmas, check out this candy cane nail art.

Top 10 Red Nails Designs

If you are looking for great nail art this Christmas, check out this candy cane nail art.

Candy Cane by dcgroves - Nail Art Gallery nailartgallery.nailsmag.com by Nails Magazine www.nailsmag.com #nailart

Candy Cane by dcgroves - Nail Art Gallery nailartgallery.nailsmag.com by Nails Magazine www.nailsmag.com #nailart

candy cane... Christmas party??

Top 10 Red Nails Designs

candy cane... Christmas party??

(2) Marble Nails Tutorials

(2) Marble Nails Tutorials

Lucy's Stash: Candy cane holiday manicure and nail art competition entry!

Lucy's Stash: Candy cane holiday manicure and nail art competition entry!

Candy Cane Tips - 20 Fantastic DIY Christmas Nail Art Designs That Are Borderline Genius

20 Fantastic DIY Christmas Nail Art Designs That Are Borderline Genius - DIY...

Candy Cane Tips - 20 Fantastic DIY Christmas Nail Art Designs That Are Borderline Genius

red polish with one candy cane striped nail. I like this much better than the pattern on every single one!

red polish with one candy cane striped nail. I like this much better than the pattern on every single one!

1. Pick two colours and paint two stripes on the image. Leave some space between the stripes.  2. Swirl the colours together with a toothpick.  3. Grab a scraper and scrape the excess polish off.   4. Place the stamp on the design, check if it transferred well and roll it over the nail

1. Pick two colours and paint two stripes on the image. Leave some space between the stripes. 2. Swirl the colours together with a toothpick. 3. Grab a scraper and scrape the excess polish off. 4. Place the stamp on the design, check if it transferred well and roll it over the nail

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