24pcs Butterfly Pattern Fake Nail & 1sheet Nail Tape & 1pc Nail File

24pcs Butterfly Pattern Fake Nail & 1sheet Nail Tape & 1pc Nail File


Looking for a way to add some pizzazz to your nails? Check out our 24pcs Butterfly Pattern Fake Nails! They come with 1sheet of Nail Tape and 1pc Nail File, so you can get creative with your nail art!

24pcs Butterfly Pattern Fake Nails

Achieve a natural look with our set of Butterfly Pattern Fake Nails in China. They are made with high-shine plastic, which ensures that your manicure lasts for at least 3 working days.

Note: These fake nails do NOT have nail polish remover residue; they are used to add some color on your acrylic nail, they may not be suitable to be removed by nail polish remover.

We have a full range of Butterfly Pattern fake nail products, including these! Get your favorite now here!Ricardo Garcia (footballer, born 1975)

Ricardo Ramon Garcia Díaz (; born 23 April 1975 in Málaga) is a retired Spanish footballer who is now a coach. A defensive midfielder, he played in three Primeira Liga seasons and two in the Portuguese League with Benfica and Leixões.

Club career
A product of Benfica’s youth system, Garcia played a total of eight years in his country, starting out at local amateurs Nàutics and moving in 1996 to C.F. Os Belenenses, where he was a very important member of the squad which reached the 1997 UEFA Cup final; the following campaign, he transferred to Portuguese side Rio Ave.

In the following two years, however, Garcia was rarely used in league games, and it was with Portuguese side Leixões where he made his top-flight debut, playing 23 times in the 2001–02 edition of the Primeira Liga while helping the Lusitânia team finish runners-up just 1 point behind eventual champions S.L. Benfica. In the following few years, he would only play one full season in Portugal, with Vitória Guimarães (35 matches) in 2003–04 and Santa Clara (20) in 2004–05; he appeared in 21 league games in three campaigns for the latter club.

Subsequently, Garcia returned to his country in late 2005, joining lowly C.D. Feirense in division two for the remainder of the season. In the 2006–07 he finished the campaign with another team also located in that country, C.F. União, whilst in 2007–08 he started with lowly S.C. Olhanense before again returning to Feirense, which he helped earn promotion to the third level in 2008

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