Canada Nail Design and outfit

Hey Divas,

I’m back from long hiatus from blogging and I will talk about that later in next coming up the blog in few weeks.  Know some of you guys have a holiday in Canada called Canada Day. Here are the tools that you need to make for a perfect nail look for Canada Day. Whenever you adding color on your nails make sure you give yourself a manicure after you are all done with that. In fact, I will tell you basic on manicure in next future blog post which is coming out really soon which includes pictures of the items going step by step.

Here are tools that you need:

Base coat

So you have design holding up your color of polish in place so it doesn’t mess up your natural nails.

Red Polish

OPI Classic Collection Nail Lacquer, Big Apple Red- .5 fl oz

White Polish

Also, a dotting tool making your maple leaf on your nails.

Klutz: Nail Style Studio - Extra Dotting Tool

And finally, a top coat to seal your design.

Canada Day Nail Design 2014:

If you don’t have an outfit your Canada Fest activities here some ideas nice summer day.

 

Outfit #1

 

 

"Canada Day Outfit #2" by leopardcouture8 on Polyvore:

 

In fact, you can wear any type of clothes that you’ll wear for the holiday if you’re living in Canada. Hope you’ll have a great holiday to our neighbors up north. Have a great Canada Day.

The flag of Canada was officially adopted on February 15,1965.The Canadian Red Ensign,bearing the Union Jack and the shield of the royal arms of Canada,was lowered and then,on the stroke of noon,the new maple leaf flag was raised.The crowd sang the national anthem O Canada, followed by the royal anthem, God Save the Queen.The stylish red maple leaf has been the national symbol of Canada for over 150 years. Red and white are the official colors of Canada, proclaimed by King George V in 1921.:

Happy Canada Day!

Hopefully, I will see you in next new blog and kinda same ideas that include American holiday. I will let you know posting the schedule for next month. Have a nice day.

 

 

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