Wednesday, 3 June 2015

'V'-shaped loose glitter placement nails

It's time for another extremely time consuming waste-of-any-normal-person's-life mani! My very first full nail glitter placement! Cause I got a billion new loose glitters in the mail from Twinkled T (do you even SEE how many they sell in their shop??? It's ridiculous af) and I even gots a code for you - use code SIMPLY for 10% off your entire order from www.TwinkledT.com YASSSS

You may have seen these nails in a loose glitter video I did up for the Twinkled T ladies - check it out here!

Loose glitter from Twinkled T - use my code SIMPLY for 10% off!
 
VIDEO TUTORIAL RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW !


5MIN-ISH VIDEO WITH VOICEOVER:

Products used in video:
Pretty straight forward idea, individually place the glitters by first applying a thin stripe of clear polish to the nail and quickly add the glitters one by one with a toothpick. But of course while it sounds easy, it's quite time consuming (this is an understatement) and cutting and placing the stupid glitters at the edges of your nail is the WORST. I wish glitter came pre-cut in half cause that's how lazy I am. Either that or I must hire a tiny leprechaun slave.

Loose glitter from Twinkled T - use my code SIMPLY for 10% off!

Visit www.TwinkledT.com to shop :) 

Loose glitter from Twinkled T - use my code SIMPLY for 10% off!

Loose glitter from Twinkled T - use my code SIMPLY for 10% off!

Loose glitter from Twinkled T - use my code SIMPLY for 10% off!

Loose glitter from Twinkled T - use my code SIMPLY for 10% off!

Loose glitter from Twinkled T - use my code SIMPLY for 10% off!


Products used:




*Loose glitter was provided to me by Twinkled T for my impartial review. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.

4 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh how long did this take you!

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  2. Wow! I always want to do one of these but then I remember I don't have THAT much patience lol.

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  3. That looks awesome! Very time consuming though.. wow!

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  4. Your glitter placement looks perfect! And I agree from my attempt at it, placing at the edges is the worst!

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