I’ve been wanting to try this sugar nail art for so long – I can’t believe I finally did it! 🙂 I hope you enjoy watching ♡
Alright so for this nail design I thought it would be fun if I painted each nail a different color rather than having the same color on all of them – of course this is just my take on it. I wanted to have fun and play around, but if you want to go for different colors or less colors that’s totally fine! 🙂
I put my sugar on a napkin because I didn’t want it to go all over my room – however if you watch the video you will see that I had waaaay too much sugar left. That’s because I got around 3 teaspoons of sugar there and 1 would have been more than enough.
I recommend doing one nail at the time – apply top coat after the nail polish has completely dried and then I took some sugar with my teaspoon and dropped it on top of my nail. I took a brush and cleaned around the edges.
The one thing I did and I shouldn’t have done was apply top coat on top of the sugar – it made it look quite weird and not pop out as much, though it did help make the sugar blend in with the nail polish color… I would suggest just using your finger to press down the sugar and make sure it’s stuck to your nails rather than applying top coat on top of it.
Anyway, I just repeated the same thing on all of my nails. Pretty easy, right? Let me know if you’d try this out!
Products used (in order of appearance):
Rapsodi nailpolish – 310 (pink)
GcocL nail polish – 6 (green)
Flormar Plus+ Quartz nail enamel – 074 (red)
Medusa Isabella nail polish – 23 (black)
Rapsodi nailpolish – 334 (purple)
Medusa Isabella nail polish – 76 (orange)
Rapsodi nailpolish – 302 (white)
GcocL nail polish – 2 (yellow)
Rapsodi nailpolish – 354 (brown)
Flormar nail enamel – 431 (blue)
Gabrini 3d nailpolish – 00 (top coat)
+ a Bobbi Brown brush
+ 3 teaspoons of sugar (only one is necessary)
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