College Series: University of Missouri Nail Design
Hey guys!! This is the first video in the college series that I'm doing!! i hope you enjoy these! Comment below and tell me which college you want me to do next. These nails are for the Mizzou. Show your school spirit! Here are the items I used: OPI Natural Nail Base Coat Claire's Nail Polish - Yellow Bright Irridescent Kiss Nail Art - Black Two Way Nail Art in Black and White Seche Vite Topcoat Disclaimer: I bought all products in this video myself. I am not getting paid for this video nor am I being sponsored by any company. Music from danosongs.com
View Count: 2 Date: September 28, 2010
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