Zigzag Accent

Here is how I made the navy blue zigzag accent from the post NYC- Broadway Burgundy Frost . First, I started with two coats of Broadway Burgundy Frost.
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Next, I cut a triangular piece of scotch tape and stuck it on my nail. You can prevent the tape from peeling off the base coats by sticking the tape on your finger a few times to reduce the stickiness.
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Then, I put on three more triangles of tape in line with the other piece.
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Finally, I painted my nail removed the tape while the nail polish was still wet. I then cleaned up the sides and added a topcoat. Ta-da!
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NYC- Broadway Burgundy Frost

I thought the name of this polish was a mouthful, and because I did not have a clear idea of the color burgundy, I searched it. Burgundy is a dark red color, usually associated with wine. This color is a bright red, there is nothing really dark about the shade. I think the name is slightly overdone. Two coats are definitely needed for this polish, as the first coat appears as a red-pink color. There is glitter in this nail polish, but it is only apparent in sunlight. It cannot be seen in these photos. The zigzag accent is Ibiza by Zoya.

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Sorry about the picture quality on this photo.

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Color Block

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My favorite design so far for my toes. I used the colors: Rise and Shine by Sinful Colors, Purple Pizazz Frost by NYC, and Blue Me Away! by Sally Hansen. I think these colors go great together!