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For this month’s infusion nail art I went with a RA-friendly blue dry brush! It is similar to  last month’s look except less busy (linked here). I was so tired towards the tail end of this dosing cycle I wanted something quick and simple.

The dry brush technique does not require any extra tools, very little dexterity and even though it is a default during flares I rarely feature it on the blog! Hopefully that will change.

During one of my many nights of tossing and turning, I contemplated starting RA-friendly tutorials…If you follow me on Instagram you might see my hashtag #rafriendlynailart. I mark techniques like dry-brush, water decals, and uneven dotticures under this category but realize just seeing one picture makes it difficult to re-create it. These would not be as beneficial to more able-bodied nail artists but geared towards Spoonies and other Auto-Immune sufferers who want to make their nails look pretty!

What do you think about this tutorial idea? Love it or leave it? 


This below picture links to the corresponding Actemra post.Blue Dry Brush Nail Art | The Rite of AgingBasesChina Glaze UV Meant to Be (index + pinky); Glitter Gal Bluemerang (middle + ring)

Dry BrushAnise Make WavesEmily de Molly Candy Coated

Top CoatGlisten & Glow HK Girl Fast Drying Top Coat


Hi, my name is Monica and I have RA.