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DIY Ombre Nail Art Tool!

Okay girls, we all love painting our nails sometimes, am I correct? Though when we see designs such as polka dots or that amazing ombre effect, its hard to do it with the brush the nail polish comes with! Today I show you a DIY Ombre Nail Art Tool!

This DIY nail art tool is perfect if you want ombre nails, but don't want to spend too much money!
1. Buy a bottle of white out
2. You can either use up the white out so it's not to go to waste, or just take the brush and throw away the white out bottle. (did that make sense?)
3. Wipe the white out from the brush with a paper towel, and water it a little bit so that there isn't any white out left on the brush

You have your Ombre brush! Wasn't this easy?! See, you could do it with a makeup sponge, but those come in packs that actually cost a lot! White out only costs $1!  What would you rather buy?

Well, I hope you liked this DIY! I've tried the ombre effect with each tool, and I thought the DIY'd tool worked better since it didn't get nail polish on my hands, and also because it was really cheap and quick for me to make. What did you think? Comment down below your thoughts and send me pictures.

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~Madi

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