July 4th nail art with Salon Perfect

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Time keeps whipping by me. The summer is going to be gone before I know it. But I intend to enjoy every last second of the summer. And Salon Perfect is making it quick and easy with their new products.

Salon Perfect has been busy lately and they just keep knocking them out of the park. They have released the Paint the Town Red, White and Blue collection. This affordable and stylish collection is available at Walmart and has six gorgeous polishes and nine topcoats. 
I used Sugar Cube, Blue Ribbon and Twinkle Twinkle for this nail art. I also used Salon Perfect's nail art tape. 

I started of with Sugar Cube, which is an amazing white cream polish that is the perfect base for nail art. Then I used scotch tape and applied a diagonal blue section on my nail using Blue Ribbon. Blue Ribbon is a deep shimmery navy blue. Then I used the nail art tape for the red stripes and added dots of Twinkle Twinkle for the stars. Sounds easy doesn't it? It really is. 

Salon Perfect July 4th nail art
Salon Perfect July 4th nail art
 The dotting tools and nail art brush are sturdy. They are also affordable at $3.98.
Salon Perfect dotting tools and nail art brush
The striping tape is great too. You get four rolls of tape for $1.98.

The hardest part of using nail art tape is when you lose the end of the tape. It is almost impossible to find the end of it again. Let me show you what I use to combat the battle of the ends of the tape.

Yep, it's just an empty scotch tape dispenser. I have used mine a lot and it's pretty scratched up. But it still works great. I still use scissors to cut the tape as the edge isn't sharp enough to cut the thin tape. But it sure makes it easy to find that illusive loose end of tape.

These polishes retail for $3.98 each, making having a awesome July 4th mani affordable and easy. Watch for more of the collection on the blog.

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These polishes were sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own.


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