I’m excited to share with you all the latest product from Nails Inc London Paint Can Spray Can Nail Polish! I was immediately intrigued by the product and couldn’t wait to try it.The color I tested was Mayfair Lane which is a light pink almost white with a hint of shimmer.
I followed their step by step guide and directions. I noticed the spray can nail polish dried fast and had full coverage with just the first spray. However, I tend to like my nails more opaque so I sprayed a second coat. It was really the perfect polish application. The polish I sprayed on my fingers washed off pretty quick and easy. Be careful when applying the base coat. I wasn’t too careful when I applied the base coat to my nails and accidentally got some on my cuticles. So, I had to clean up around my cuticles.
I decided to include my own step by step guide below with their directions along with my images. I hope the guide below makes it easy for you to achieve the perfect polish application using Nails Inc Paint Can Spray Can Nail Polish.
Apply base coat and allow time to dry. (Nails Inc. recommends 2 in 1 base coat and top coat) Step 2
Shake Paint Can and spray the polish from a distance of 10-15 cm directly onto the nails. If needed spray a second coat of polish. Allow nails to completely dry. Step 3
Apply a top coat and allow time to dry. (Nails Inc. recommends 2 in 1 base coat and top coat) Step 4
Fill bowl with soapy water and wash away and gently rub excess polish from the skin and cuticles. If needed use a small concealer brush dipped in nail polish remover to clean up around the cuticles. Step 5
Finally, perfectly applied polish!
I was inspired by art deco when I first created this nail look last year. I loved it so much and promised many of you to do a quick tutorial and show you exactly how I did it. The steps are easy and these art deco nails can easily be done! I will admit my biggest nemesis when it comes to nails is the amount of time it takes for nail polish to dry. I’m trying to learn to be more patient and accept the fact that I need to let my nails dry in between each step…it’s not easy but it can be done! My solution is watching my favorite YouTube beauty gurus in between each step for these art deco nails 🙂 Remember this art deco nails design can be done in any color combination you like so…get creative!
Apply two coats of Zoya ‘Rocky’ allow time to completely dry.
Using the liner brush paint two black lines using Essie ‘Licorice’ starting at the sidewall of the nail and painting towards the free edge in order to create the perfect peak where the two black lines will meet.
Fill in the the sides using Essie ‘Licorice’.
Using the liner brush paint two lines using Ciate ‘Power Dressing 063’ starting at one side of the free edge painting towards the middle and drawing another line on the other side painting towards the middle until both lines meet and create a ‘V’.
Fill in the ‘V’ using Ciate ‘Power Dressing 063’ allow time to dry.
Apply two pieces of gold striping tape to outline the ‘V’ shape that was just created. Finally, lock in your art deco nails design by applying one coat of Seche Vite Fast Drying Top Coat.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my art deco nails inspired tutorial and I can’t wait to see your nails!
I love GOLD! My eyes are immediately drawn to anything in gold. I’ve realized that most my accessories and jewelry are in gold or have at least a touch of gold. So, when I think about my nail designs I try my best to incorporate gold elements into my design.
I re-created one of my favorite and simple gold nail looks. Creating this easy Strike Gold Nails Tutorial. This nail look can be done in any base color you prefer! In 4 easy steps you can also strike gold!
Deborah Lippmann – Modern Love
Ella + Mila – Gilded Striping Tape
Seche Vite – Top Coat
Apply two coats of Deborah Lippmann ‘Modern Love’ allow time to completely dry.
Cut and apply two pieces of striping tape starting on the sidewall of the nail and taping toward the base of the nail to create the perfect ‘V’.
Fill in the ‘V’ with Ella + Mia ‘Gilded’ and carefully remove the striping tape while polish is still wet.
Finally, lock in your nail design by applying one coat of Seche Vite Fast Drying Top Coat.
I hope you enjoy the tutorial below and create amazing strike gold nails!
Chanel sets the standard when it comes to fashion and beauty. Theres no question that Chanel sets trends and throughout the years LE VERNIS style-defining shades have done exactly that.
I’m excited to share with you the newest collection from Chanel, LE VERNIS Longwear Nail Colour. The formula has been reformulated for a longer lasting, high-shine, 5-free and newly enriched with Bioceramics and Ceramides.
The formula is set to deliver protective benefits that will strengthen nails and improve the quality of nails over time and selected pigments that offer an even application for a more dramatic lacquered look.
The most important step in any manicure is the Top Coat! Chanel has a new LE GEL COAT Longwear Top Coat that extends the wear of LE VERNIS for up to 7 days and will provide a glossy, gel-like finish!
How does this work? The clear Top Coat is activated by natural light and bonds to the nail color for flexibility, strength and unprecedented wear.
Therefore, Chanel says there’s no need for the UV lamp or the damage to end up with a glossy, gel-like finish.
Chanel LE VERNIS Longwear Nail Colour comes in 16 shades:
I’m excited to share with you the new formula from Chanel LE VERNIS Longwear Nail Colour collection and go through the quick and easy steps to achieve the perfect ultra-glossy gel-like finish manicure using Chanel products.
Apply one thin layer of Chanel LA BASE PROTECTIVE AND SMOOTHING base coat.
Apply two coats of think coat of Chanel LE VERNIS Colour in Rouge Essentiel.
Finally, lock in the color using Chanel Le Gel Longwear Top Coat to achieve the perfect gel-like finish.
CHANEL “I Love Coco Backstage Beauty Lounge”
Go to the link below for a special backstage all-access invite from CHANEL and reserve a spot for you and your friends in advance #COCOLOVESLA
Visit: http://bit.ly/ilovecocoevent When:
Friday, February 26-28
Noon – 7pm daily Where:
Bar Marmont at the Chateau Marmont – 8171 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California