Burrrr! It is getting cold so I decided to do a wintery manicure. #154 is a very light blue. This is 3 coats. Nfu Oh cremes are really difficult to apply. You have to have light brush strokes and be VERY PATIENT when they are drying. I painted my nails before bed so they were completely dry this morning when I put on the glitter. I love the glitter. They are irregular shapes and sizes. There are some really tiny specs in there! The sparkles remind me of fairy dust! I love it! Here is a bottle picture of the glitter. Notice the detailing on the back of the cap!
Simpley elegant & beutiful. I have a light blue that is a very similar shade & several different silver or silvery-white gltters, but was hoping you'd give a tip on how to achieve the look of that mani. It is breathtaking & I so want to attempt on myself
I painted my nails light blue and let it dry completely (overnight).
Then, with the glitter, I put a small drop on the inside of my nail, removed the excess from my brush, and spread the glitter out lightly across my nail.
I repeated that 4 times for each nail but with each time you do it, you spread the glitter less. You want the majority of the glitter to be on the inside of the nail.
I suppose it depends on how much glitter is in your polish. I wanted to keep the tips un-glittered so I was careful not to get too much glitter on my nail at once. Less is better because you can build it slowly.
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