Tying the knot
In a tradition dating back to the Victorian era, brides abide by the rule to include "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" in their wedding. A great spin on this old tradition is incorporating it a non-traditional way — such as a nail design.
Start with a light pink base coat.
With the small paint brush, paint a blue line across the ring finger near the tip. Then paint two loops on the top and two swooping lines on the bottom to create the bow.
Continue painting a plain line across the rest of the fingers. Finish with a top coat.
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