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DIY Nail Art On A Dime

DIY Nail Art On A Dime

January 14th, 2012
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  • These butter LONDON 'Black Wallpaper' Nail Skins are a cheap and easy way to decorate your nails and still make a statement. (<a rel="nofollow">Nordstrom</a>, $10)
    These butter LONDON 'Black Wallpaper' Nail Skins are a cheap and easy way to decorate your nails and still make a statement. (Nordstrom, $10)
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  • Ready to create some fun designs against a plain polish backdrop? Try this Nail Art Stampy Set. ($2.99, <a rel="nofollow">Ulta</a>)
    Ready to create some fun designs against a plain polish backdrop? Try this Nail Art Stampy Set. ($2.99, Ulta)
    Photo: StyleCaster Media Group
  • Glam up a plain mani or pedi with these fun glitter pots -- with five colors to choose from! ($5.00, <a>Sephora</a>)
    Glam up a plain mani or pedi with these fun glitter pots -- with five colors to choose from! ($5.00, Sephora)
    Photo: StyleCaster Media Group
  • These Sally Hansen nail art pens allow for precision designs even for beginners. ($7.04-$7.39,<a> Target</a>)
    These Sally Hansen nail art pens allow for precision designs even for beginners. ($7.04-$7.39, Target)
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  • Want to create a 3D effect? Feel free to experiment with some fun nail art sticks. ($7.99,<a> Amazon</a>)
    Want to create a 3D effect? Feel free to experiment with some fun nail art sticks. ($7.99, Amazon)
    Photo: StyleCaster Media Group
  • Colored beads, sequins and gems are literally at your fingertips, thanks to cheap chic nail art options now available on <a>Etsy</a>. ($2.99-5.99, <a>Dollish Polish</a>)
    Colored beads, sequins and gems are literally at your fingertips, thanks to cheap chic nail art options now available on Etsy. ($2.99-5.99, Dollish Polish)
    Photo: StyleCaster Media Group

Sometimes it pays to get your nails done by an expert. And then other times you, you’re on a budget or feel a creative spark that makes you say “Hey, I can do this on my own and make it look totally rock star.”

We say don’t be afraid to experiment with your nails — as long as it doesn’t cost a fortune. In fact, we’ve rounded up a bunch of cool tools and products that cost $10 or less (bonus!).

Have some free time this weekend? Feel free to check out these goodies in the slideshow above and then let your imagination (and your nails) run wild.

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