Hey everyone! Hope you’re having fun shopping! I had a dinner party last week and my nails weren’t looking good. I had little time to get ready, hence nails were last in the list. However, I managed to get few minutes for a quick manicure. I used nail art stickers and a pigmented glitter polish to do my nails. It was done like in five minutes.
Items and Tools I Used
- Base Coat polish by Revlon
- Gold Glitter Nail Polish – Loreal Gold dust collection Statement Piece
- Nail Art Sicker
- A pair of Tweezer to apply sticker
- Top Coat
How I did the Nail Design
Start by applying base coat on your nails. I generally have base coat polish on most of the time. That helped me in getting this nail art done faster. If you are starting with bare nails, apply a quick dry base coat. I would highly recommend Revlon Quick Dry Base Coat. It dries real fast!
As I wanted a quick manicure, I chose to paint only nail tips with the best gold glitter polish I have, Loreal Statement Piece. I would suggest to avoid dark, bright or neon colors when you want to get your nail done fast and quick. Using bright colors needs care and precision, but we’re in a hurry! So a neutral color is a safe bet.
I chose Statement piece by Loreal Gold Dust Collection. It is highly pigmented and gives the perfect touch of glam. This glitter polish is a must have in your collection. I adore this polish. Click here for the detail review and swatches! After all the tips are done, pick a self adhesive flower sticker using a pair of tweezer and apply on the Accent nail. I got the stickers from eBay and they are really cheap. I paid less than a dollar for ten sheets of stickers.
As the final step, seal all the nails with a fast drying top coat and your are done!
What do you think about this Nail Art. If you want a manicure in no time, using nail art stickers is a good idea!
Share your thoughts in the comment box below. I would be happy to hear from you ?
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