The Nail Art Challenge Is Now In The Second Half of the Month

The Nail Art Challenge Is Now In The Second Half of the Month

Hey lovelies!

The first half of September flew by, and we're now neck-deep in the last ten days of this Nail Art Challenge. This year's Nail Art Challenge is by far the boldest, most exciting nail art challenge I've ever hosted on Instagram!

Today is day 23 of the 30 Day Nail Art Challenge. If you've been participating, I hope that you've enjoyed it and made great progress on your nails. For a reminder of what this challenge is all about, check out my previous post here.

If you're new to the challenge, welcome! It's never too late to join in! Just use the hashtag #30DNAC22 on Instagram and tag me so I can see your posts and support you.

Today we're going to be finishing up days 21-30 of the challenge. Each day has been pretty straight forward, but today we have a little something extra: stamping! Stampers are one of my favorite tools and they're something every nail artist needs in their collection.

Stamping is simply using a clear block of plastic with designs on it to transfer an image onto your nail plate. You can get these at any beauty supply store or online for around $9-$15 depending on where you buy them from (I got mine from SHEIN; click here to get yours).

This first half of the month has been really fun for me — I’ve learned a lot about what works for me and what doesn’t when it comes to nail art.

Here are the second 10 nail designs of the challenge. Each nail set is listed in my store under the collection 2022 Nail Art Challenge!


Also, because it's been such an awesome challenge so far, I've decided to make today's post interactive by allowing you all to vote on which one of these 10 nail sets you love the most. How cool is that? Vote below and let me know which one you liked best or leave a comment with your favorite nail set!

Let's get ready for the last 10 days of this challenge! See ya at the end!

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