Nail Art - Fall-Themed Dotticure

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Hello lovely readers! Today I have a Fall-themed dotticure that I did using all polishes from the OPI Venice Fall/Winter 2015 collection.* This manicure was inspired by Low Country Lacquer on Instagram. Keep reading after the jump for all of the details. 

Fall-themed dotticure using polishes from the OPI Venice collection
I shared this dotticure a couple of months ago on Instagram. It is a  season-appropriate manicure that can be easily fit in during this holiday season, so I have decided to share it on my blog with you all! All of the polishes used are reviewed here.

I started this manicure with 2 coats of Be There in a Prosecco*. I used a quick drying top coat and waited for the base to be dry to the touch before moving on to the next step.

Be There in a Prosecco* by OPI

For the dots, I used dotting tools in 3 different sizes and placed the dots in arches from the largest to smallest. I used Worth a Pretty Penny* to make the larger dots that were closer the nail base. For the medium dots, I used It's a Piazza Cake.* For the smallest dots, I used A Great Opera-tunity.*

It's a Great Opera-turnity by OPI
It's a Piazza Cake by OPI
Worth a Pretty Penne by OPI

I finished the look with a layer of matte top coat (Sally Hansen Big Matte Top Coat). Below are a couple of pictures of the finished dotticure. 

And there you have it! I do not do dotticures often enough but I always love how they turn out. How do you feel about dotticures? Feel free to share your thoughts!

*Products sent to me for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.