Plaid Inspired Nails using Drugstore Nail Polish

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Suzie creates a cute variation of a plaid nail art design using nail polish she purchased at her local drug store.

Products Featured in this video:

Essie Nail Polish
(Blue) #772, (Yellow) #757
Walmart

Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Xtreme Wear
Mellow Yellow 349
Walmart

1 Second Spray Away by Nail-Aid

Striper Nail Art Brush – Ugly Duckling Nails Inc

Striper Detailer II Nail Art Brush – Ugly Duckling Nails Inc

Magique Second Skin

Suzie was not paid to promote the products in this video, and does not receive a commission from sales. Links to products are provided as a courtesy to Suzie’s viewers who are interested in finding the products online.

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Music:
Drop of A Hat by Neon Beach
Wanna Go Outside? by Hale
Let Me Down Easy by Pala
Intrigue by Autumn Everywhere
Through Open Doors by Hale
Upper East Side by Mikey Geiger
Just Stay by Strength To Last
Half Smile by Hale
Purple Skies In Paradise by PALA
Let Me Down Easy by Pala
Drop of A Hat by Neon Beach

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17 COMMENTS

  1. I watch you all the time. You are so good. I'm going to try an Irish plaid with green as a base the the yellow lines with plaid black lines. Could you maybe do one like that too?

  2. Do they make curved files?? I really hate some straight files..sometimes no matter how i try not i somehow up doing that awful sawing motion we all hate so much and i feel like a curved a file will help me to not saw my damn nails hahaha.

  3. Suzie, do you have tips on how to keep the underside of your acrylics free from residue after removing nail polish? Basically what happens is I get my nails done and I go to remove the polish and repaint and the underside of my acrylics get icky looking…. like a white residue from the nail Polish remover. I wipe and it doesn't come off very easily. I hope this makes sense, haha.

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